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- "Blue Print I"
- "Blue Print II"
- "Blue Print III"
- "Blue Print IV"
- "Blue Print V"
- "Blue Print VI"
- "Paper Bridge I"
- "Paper Bridge II"
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• Mildred Howard
• Robert Hudson
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• Hung Liu
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• Hiroki Morinoue
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• Matthew Palladino
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• Rex Ray
• Jim Ringley
• Peter Saul
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• Betty Woodman
• Thomas Woodruff
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selected prints
 
"Blue Print I"

Elliott Green
 
"Blue Print II"

Elliott Green
 
"Blue Print III"

Elliott Green
 
"Blue Print IV"

Elliott Green
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Elliott Green : Born in 1960 , Detroit : Lives in New York City

Elliott Green makes paintings and prints that dissolve the line between the real and the imagined. Through a process of repeated drawing and erasing, Green achieves images of exaggerated deformity in surreal situations. The pentimento of this process enlivens the surface of the painting or print and accentuates the otherwordly yet familiar images.

In "Paper Bridge I and II" Green uses the translucency of the Thai mulberry paper to enrich his images by printing on both sides of the paper. The nature of the printmaking processes also allow him to combine drawings in new ways, reusing plates to create complex images. In "Blue Print I-VI", Green succeeded in creating images that look like blueprints, an effect that emphasizes the real/imaginary nature of his creatures.

Elliott Green has been awarded fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Macdowell Colony, the Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation and the Yaddo Foundation. His work is in the collection of the University of Colorado Fine Arts Galleries.

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