Linoleum/Relif Prints
All images Copyright 2010 Heather Piazza
Compliment - Linoleum Print 2 Color - 3 x 4 1/2
Sprouting - Linoleum Print - 1 1/2 x 9
Summer - Linoleum Print - 3 x 4 1/2
Together - Linoleum Print - 3 x 4 1/2
Vine - Linoleum Print - 1 1/2 x 4 1/2
Vine 2 - Linoleum Print - 1 1/2 x 4 1/2
Winter - Linoleum Print - 3 x 4 1/2
Applying the printing ink with the brayer onto the linoleum...
Pulling a print - after it has been passed through the press...
The finished Print!!!
Carved Linoleum, Cutting Tools & Prints...
Juxtapose - Linoleum Print 3 x 4 1/2
First Rain - Linoleum Print 2 Color - 7 x 11
First Rain, Dark - Linoleum Print - 7 x 11
First Rain, Light - Linoleum Print - 7 x 11
"First Rain" part of Exchange #32 for the Baren Forum
More Prints...  Look to the right to see how prints are made...
Check out all the stages of
this print for the
Four Oceans Press
Fall Print Exchange.
"Falling" - 4 color reduction print made for the Four Oceans Press Fall Print Exchange.
"Valley Sunrise" part of Exchange #33 for the Baren Forum
Above "Valley Sunrise" Below the other variations: 'Valley Sky', 'Valley Springs' & 'American Sunrise'
This framed "Valley
Sunrise" with a pear
tree drawn on the
mat was featured at
Frank Bette
Center for the Arts.
Above are the other variations from my "Falling" print:
Top Left: "Fall"  Top Right: "Fall II"  Bottom Left: "First Leaf"  Bottom Right: "Autumn"
Proof to the left & Finished print to the right. Lino Print made with brown ink on white
paper & colored pencil for the "Year of the Rat" Exchange hosted on the
Baren Forum
A r t i s t
"Snowing" made for the Four Oceans Press Winter Print Exchange.
"Life of an Oak Tree", black ink printed on variety of paper colors 10 x 10.
This print is part of Exchange #36 for the
Baren Forum.
To the left my carved linoleum blocks and all the colors in the edition.
Above is my first Chin Colle & Linoleum Relief print "Blooming" and one of my
Artist Proofs with out the Chin Colle... See more of how it was made on my
Four Oceans Press Exchange Prints Page...
"Pizza", 8 color, Chin Colle & Linoleum Reduction print... This
piece was created for the Food Alphabet Exchange hosted by
Four Oceans Press... Check out all the printing stages
"Finding Balance & Peace" was created for the 'Prints for Peace'
Show... This Show will be featured at Leopoldo Carpinteyro Gallery
in Monterrey México. The Exhibit will be open October 1, 2008.

I am excited to have my print also included in an upcoming show...
"A selection of 40 prints will be exhibited at the
Human Rights Conference of South Texas College
in McAllen, Texas from March 16 to April 10, 2009."

The large center multi color print is the one I entered and the other
two smaller prints to each side are both artists proofs.
Click on 'Store' above to see what prints I have for sell :)
"Growing" was made for the Four Oceans Press Summer Print Exchange.
This finishes off my Four Seasons Series. Above Left: Two Artists Proofs.
"Red Wine" is a 2 color linoleum print created for Exchange #38 with the Barren Forum.
To the left if the carved lion and to the right is the finished print (7 x 12 print on 10 x 15 paper).
"Noodles"is a two color hand-pulled print. It
is a collograph print also created for the
Alphabet Exchange with Four Oceans Press.
The first two in the "Classical Elements" Series (Print Exchanges hosted by Four Oceans Press) are my
Earth" print and my "Water" print. I plan on all four: Earth, Water, Air, and Fire to be printed together once the
series is finished. Check out my ides drawing above and see all the printing stages on my
FOP Exchange Page :)
Happy 2009!! Year of the Ox

This print will soon join others and be
shipped around the world. This
Exhcnage is hosted by the
Baren Forum.

Above is my idea drawing and to the
left is my carved linoleum.
The start of the "Classical Elements"...
My Certificate of
Participation 2008
"5 o' clock" created for the
Exchange #40 with the
Baren Forum... I had some
fun with this image - not
everyone drinks, but we can
all relate to needing to relax
after a long day of work :)

Artists from around the
would created prints on the
paper size 7 1/2 x 10 inches.

I can't wait to see the other
great images created by all
the Print makers :)