Ana Golici will share her development process from lithographs produced in Romania during the 1980s to experimental prints made in US at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, to her latest experiments in digital printmaking.
Ana will show lithographs she brought to Bob Blackburn in 1988, when she came to NY and will talk about how the cultural atmosphere of the workshop and New York, influenced her to become more daring and experimental in her artwork.
Ana Golici is an artist/lithographer formerly from the Podul printmaking workshop in Romania. Golici came to the USA in 1987 where she continued her study of lithography with Bob Blackburn at the Printmaking Workshop. The New York cultural atmosphere inspired Golici, heightening the pace of her creative process: she started to experiment with Xerox transfers, on stone, on paper, on anything.
Later, the computer proved to be the most efficient and effective tool for developing her ideas. Ana created her work using Photoshop, printing large format images on a variety of papers, and experimenting most of the time. Because of Golici’s traditional printmaking background, the digital prints she creates do not look like digital prints.