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About Erin Leon Art

Erin Leon began her career as a Printmaker at The Academy of Fine Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1990. She was able to study woodcut under Dan Miller. She graduated from the Maine College of Art in 1995 with a BFA in Printmaking. She was able to study under James Cambronne. She was a Key Holder/Printmaker at Pickwick Press in Portland, Maine for 8 years. She currently lives in Minnesota and is a member of Highpoint Center for Printmaking in Minneapolis. If you would like to talk about working together, or if you have a specific project you would like to propose, please do not hesitate to contact Erin.

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View Individual Works

Welcome. A bit about my current work. The printmakers’ world encompasses so much: muti-faceted approaches, a sundry of materials and matrixes- alternating between black and white tonal variations or linear mark making to expansive arrays of color, developed both purposefully and unintentionally. Printmaking is a dichotomy between technical skills and playful experimentation- chance taking and choice making. The printmaking process creates an endless diversity of artistic impressions. The variety within printmaking is something that has always had a profound impact on me, like traveling, there are so many paths that you may go. Please enjoy my images and share any interest or inquiry. Thank you.

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