I recently met Vladimir Zuev at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking while studying Copperplate etching with Anthony Kirk. We were given a sneak peek of Vladimir working in the Helen Frankenthaler Cottage reserved for resident artists. I loved seeing the plates Vladimir had designed and seeing his process. He was brought here by Jenian Foundation for two weeks. Vladimir is from the mountains of Siberia in Nizhny Tagil. He has shown and is collected world wide, has illustrated books, bookplates and won many awards.
This is the print I chose to purchase, there were many to chose from of the limited editions that Vladimir brought with him to show. I want them all…..If your interested in purchasing any of the woodcut or etching editions he has them available on his website