Julia Talcott

Prints on Paper and Fabric, Mosaics

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Spring 2019 Exhibit Location #19

80 Elmhurst Rd
Newton Corner

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Julia Talcott is a printmaker, illustrator and teacher. She currently maintains a studio and teaches relief printmaking techniques at the Maud Morgan Center for the Arts in Cambridge and the Mosesian Arts in Watertown. Creator of the 1996 Christmas stamp for the US postal service, she is an award-winning illustrator. A board member of the Boston Printmakers, as well as the Bromfield Gallery she has shown her work in various group shows both in the Boston area and nationally. Her work is in private, museum and corporate collections, including the MFA Boston.

My work reflects my interest in the natural world. Natural and man-made patterns are fascinating to me. Observing them, pulling them apart, and re-imagining them as printed pieces, I recreate them as linoleum and woodblock prints. My vocabulary of images is worked intuitively back into collage and new forms or constructions. I alternate between abstraction and representational images, with color and black and white pallets, to weave images together that hope to express the vitality of growth and decay in a physical and spiritual world.


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