Fine Art on Paper

From drawings and paintings to works with multiple editions, artists create works on paper as a unique way to showcase perspectives not effectively presented through other mediums. Their techniques, which often include engraving, etching, woodcuts, lithography, serigraphy and intaglio, are differentiated in great part by how ink is transferred from a matrix to the material on which it is applied. While typically more accessible than oils and acrylics, works on paper are often manifested at a masterpiece level, and artists known for working in diverse media are highly praised and admired for these special and unique creations

 

Earl Biss

Winter Storm (4/25)

Lithograph 

22 x 30 in.

 

John Nieto

Gathering Water 

Lithograph (Shop Impression)

21.75 x 29 in.

 

Fritz Scholder

Reclining Indian Woman (75/100)

Lithograph

21.75 x 29 in.

 

Fritz Scholder

Indian Cliche (23/50)

Mixed Media on Canvas

22 x 30 in.

 

John Nieto

Chief (49/150)

Serigraph

29.5 x 27 in.

 

James Havard

Peyote Meeting (14/40) 

Lithograph 

45 x 33 in.

 

Veloy Vigil

Contemplation of Home (13/50)

Serigraph 

18 x 15 in. 

 

John Nieto 

Buffalo Prayer (28/55)

Serigraph 

33 x 42 in.

 

Fritz Scholder

Quartz Shadow #7

Monotype 

30 x 22 in.

Did you know?

The invention of paper dates back to 105 AD and is attributed to Cali Lun, a eunuch court official in the Eastern Chinese Han dynasty. Initially made from the Mediterranean papyrus plant, tree bark and hemp ends, is in great part credited with not only the development of art, but also languages, cultures, and religion.

 

Fritz Scholder

American Indian #4 (73/100)

Mixed Media on Canvas

30 x 22 in.

 

Paul Pletka 

Medicine Shield (2/20)

Lithograph 

34 x 42 in.

 

John Nieto

Dancers at Taos

Serigraph

35.5 x 26.5 in.

 

John Nieto

Apache (LXVII/C)

Serigraph 

17.5 x 13.75 in.

 

Paul Pletka

Apache Gan Dancer (2/5)

Lithograph 

24 x 34 in.

 

RC Gorman

Stargaze (96/200)

Serigraph

29.75 x 39 in.

 

John Nieto

Coyote (3/45)

Serigraph PP

21.25 x 29.5 in.

 

Tony Abeyta

Cinco Kachinas 

Monoprint

29 x 41 in.

 

Veloy Vigil 

Fire and Wind (26/65)

Lithograph 

22 x 27.75 in.