i’m jealous of ellen heck

I came across these gorgeous woodcut/drypoint prints by¬†American printmaker Ellen Heck, and immediately fell in love. I minored in printmaking, so I have a soft spot in my heart for it, and a great admiration for anyone that can do it this well. Amazing technical skills blended effortlessly with pretty, flower-clad girls, AND a group of¬†Frida Kahlo impersonators… jealous? Yes, yes I am.

comments (10)

  1. lilly /// 05.27.2013 /// 7:18am

    OMG Love these! Thanks for the introduction. And I want every single print in this Frida series. <3

  2. Lori /// 05.27.2013 /// 7:44am

    Holy Mary Cassatt Batman!
    I went to her site and all her prints are just gorgeous! Thanks for showing off a talented printmaker.

  3. Emi /// 05.27.2013 /// 8:27am

    I love her palette – very original!

  4. Kari /// 05.27.2013 /// 9:39am

    I don’t know much about printmaking, but I really love the scratchy surface these all seem to have.

  5. Anna /// 05.27.2013 /// 4:18pm

    These are wonderful – in fact all her work is exquisite. Thank you for sharing such a treasure.

  6. danielle (aka the jealous curator) /// 05.27.2013 /// 6:36pm

    aren’t they amazing? so glad you all like them as much as I do! : )

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  8. Stacey /// 06.05.2013 /// 5:39pm

    I’m jealous of Ellen Heck as well! She is SO talented and her work is GORGEOUS!

  9. the jealous curator /// 06.05.2013 /// 7:45pm

    totally agree! x2!

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