The Hardin Center is pleased to exhibit the works of Brooklyn artist Stewart Nachmias in Pulp Icons: Cast Paper and Prints July 1 – August 7, 2016.
Stewart Nachmias creates cast paper woodcuts that celebrate the energy of urban life in expressionist images drawn from his own experiences as a musician, performer, and artist. His deeply carved wood blocks are both inked directly and act as molds for the hand-dyed paper pulp which Nachmias applies to the surface. The result is a print in low relief, with rich color embedded in its dimensional surface. His works show in vivid colors the spirit of the individual in an urban environment full of danger and excitement.
Read more about Nachmias and his work here.