Edition: twelve + six proofs
Plate Size: 17.5 x 23.5 inches
Paper Size: 22 x 30 inches
Printed on Somerset Velvet Newsprint 300 gram
Printer: Steven Campbell - Senior Printer, Landfall Press, Inc.
Published by: C.Editions & The Estate of John A. Knudsen
Pre-publication Price: $1,200.00 suite of 3
Tom Cvikota, owner of C. Editions and Estate Agent Michael Knudsen, son of the artist, review new proof editions at MANA Contemporary in Chicago. They were printed at Landfall Press, Inc. in Santa Fe, NM. Editions were signed and documented by Michael and Steven Campbell, Director and Senior Printer of Landfall. Considered some of John Knudsen's best work the estate editions provide a new perspective as they have been reprinted using some of the finest intaglio presses in the country.
Paintings - John's paintings represent explorations of cityscapes, landscapes and other diverse creations in oil, acrylic and watercolor.
Etchings and Engravings - The process of producing etched or engraved pieces was a major focus in his career as he explored line, texture and form.
Woodcuts - Drawing from the rural settings of Michigan to busy city life of Chicago his woodcuts provide a new dynamic to his creative exploration.
Richard Norton Gallery
The Richard Norton Gallery currently has selected paintings available for purchase. Please visit the gallery website for more information about John Knudsen, The Lost Imagist.
SOFA Art Show
November 3-6, Navy Pier represented by the Richard Norton Gallery. A unique exhibit of Chicago Cityscap Paintings entitled The Lost Imagist
Bradbury Art Museum
State University, Arkansas, October 20-November 30, Jonesboro, AK is hosting a three person show with selected etchings, engravings and lithography of John Knudsen
Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
September 1-October 29, 2016, Evanston, Illinois was a one man show that highlights religious influences of the artist which are communicated through his paintings, etchings, engravings and woodcuts.
September 1 - 30, 2015, Palatine, Illinois, was a retrospective given in his honor as a professor and founder of the Fine Arts Program at the College. Works range from paintings, early engravings, etchings and woodcuts.