Women in Print
Etchings from the Paulson Bott Press

January 21 - March 11, 2012 / Curated by Lucy Van Sands Seeburg

symbolPaulson Bott Press specializes in limited edition intaglio prints. Founders Pamela Paulson and Renee Bott were trained to help artists explore the parameters of this unique art form.  The press emerged from the San Francisco Bay Area’s rich tradition of fine art printmaking. Paulson Bott Press’s philosophy is to facilitate rather than direct an artist, creating an environment where artists can do their best work. Paulson Bott Press works with artists who reflect a wide range of aesthetic and thematic approaches. The artist sets the tone. The Paulson Bott Press studio becomes the artist’s studio.  This exhibition is a selection of works by women who have worked with Paulson Bott Press to create their own vision.

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Mari Andrews
Tauba Auerbach
Lynn Beldner
Louisiana Bendolph
Mary Lee Bendolph
Loretta Bennett
Squeak Carnwath
Isca Greenfield-Sanders
Amy Kaufman
Hung Liu
Deborah Orapallo
Loretta Pettway
Clare Rojas
Lava Thomas