Jordan Craig | Liking Olives Now

Jordan Ann Craig is a Northern Cheyenne artist born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. She received her B.A. from Dartmouth College. Her work includes painting, prints, collages, textile prints, and artist books. In 2017, Jordan was awarded the H. Allen Brooks Traveling Fellowship as well as the Eric and Barbara Dobkin Fellowship at the School for Advanced Research. In 2019, Jordan was an artist in resident at Institute for American Indian Arts as well as the Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program. Currently, she is painting and printing in Roswell, NM.

“I tell stories about my childhood, family, trauma, healing and the appealing mundane. Working in series, I explore subjects like forgetting how to sleep, my relationship with my sisters, the life of an unlucky ladybug, and the translation of language and dreams. The dots and shapes are my words; the stories are in their rhythm.” – Jordan Craig

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Liking Olives Now
2 color etching aquatint with chine colle
22 1/2″ x 20″
Ed 20


Timothy Cummings | New Editions

Timothy Cummings
“Night Owl”
8”x6” (image size)
17” x 14” (paper size)
soft-ground etching with spit bite and aquatint
Edition 20 plus proofs
$750 not including shipping and handling (tbd upon shipping address)


“‘Night Owl’ a variation of a painting I made many moons ago. The image is an amalgamation of favorite symbols…Bird Children, Transformations, Mythology, the delicate and the Dramatic, Nocturnal things, hybrid Creatures, flowery Ornament and Queer Horror.

It was great to revisit the image and the speed to which the drawing took form was startling. A rare moment when the image simply manifest itself. The three days working in the print shop and the creation of two separate editions was a true joy and education.  I attribute all the magic to the trust and talents of the fabulous team at Black Rock Editions. A truly fantastic atmosphere for the alchemy of making art.” – Timothy Cummings, 2021

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JORDAN CRAIG | New Editions

Black Rock Editions is pleased to announce two new prints by Northern Cheyenne Artist Jordan Craig. What started as a “Hi-let’s-get-to-know-you-print” has turned into a couple of beautiful etchings. It’s not uncommon for shops to introduce a new medium to an artist through a no-risk first effort. Jordan did two images to familiarize herself with the etching process. The first “Dot Drawing; Blue Gray No.1” echoes motifs from her paintings but with a deeply bitten plate giving the surface
a tactile three-dimensional surface. Combined with a subtle chine colle, the print projects an alluring presence at any distance it is viewed. The second print “Liking Olives Now” is a multi-plate etching with a reference to a childhood fear of olives and crinkled paper. We can’t help with the olives but we can keep the paper smooth and creaseless. So stay tuned for further updates.

Dot Drawing; Blue Grey No 1
Etching with chine colle
18″ x 15″
Ed 15
LIking Olives Now
Etching Aquatint on colle
22 1/2″ x 20″
Ed 20

More to come..

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Kathryn Lynch is a self-described simplist; presenting archetypes of her surroundings- whether it be a solitary tugboat, a bustling cityscape or a posterior view every canine owner is familiar with.
“I am painting the poetry of place rather than the place,” Kathryn said. “It’s a boat anywhere, its a sky for everyone. It’s nowhere and everywhere.”
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Tugboat with Pink Sky
20 1/2″ x 27 1/2″
edition 20

Intersection Blue
15 1/2″ x 22″
edition 20

22″ x 20″
edition 20

Real Yellow
Color Etching with Chine Colle
20″ x 20″
edition 10


John Fincher | Shave Brush

For fans and/or admirers of the bearded and mustachioed, we bring you John Fincher’s lithograph, “Shaving Brush.”
Printed and published in 2009 by Landfall Press.
17” x 16”
Edition 40 plus proofs
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Peregrine Honig | Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art

“Kansas City-based artist, Peregrine Honig, has her first solo museum exhibition at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art. Honig has participated in over 17 group exhibitions and her work is included in the permanent collection of institutions such as the Yale University Art Museum, The Milwaukee Art Museum, and the National Museum of Women in the Arts. At age 22, she became the youngest living artist to have artwork acquired by the Whitney Museum of American Art.
The Peregrine Honig exhibition will feature many of the prints Honig has produced in collaboration with Landfall Press over more than 20 years, including Ovubet and Pyre, a poignant reminder of the working conditions and the lives lost in the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire of 1911. Other works explore the connections between modern selfie culture and historical models of portraiture and the male gaze. More information about Peregrine Honig’s body of work can be found here. Peregrine Honig will be on view at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art in St. Joseph, Missouri from June 20 through September 12, 2021.”
-Jill Carlson, Marketing and Communications Manager, Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art

Available Works
Peregrine has been working with the folks at Landfall Press and Black Rock Editions for the past 22+ years. The longevity of this particular collaboration is a testament to the mutual respect, admiration, and friendship between printer and artist. For purchase and availability, call us at 505.982.6625 or email us at
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Rebirth | 2021 | Lithograph | 27″ x 32″ | Ed 24

Peregrine Honig Calendar Girl

Calendar Girl | 2014 | Lithograph, Letterpress, grommets | 32″ x 23″ | Ed 40

Mascaras de Madres | 2013 | Etching suite of 5 | 14″ x 12″ | Ed 20

Confederate | 2003 | Lithograph/Etching | 22″ x 16″ | Ed 35

Betty| 2003 | Lithograph/Etching | 22″ x 16″ | Ed 35

Shiner| 2003 | Lithograph/Etching | 22″ x 16″ | Ed 35



“I am a CDMX engraver, who came from a town without a future. Being in Mexico City, I got to know art and the need to express myself. I found this in the graphics, in the lithographic stones, and in the different printing systems. The Taller de Grafica Popular and the work of Leopoldo Méndez were seminal for wanting to follow that path until now, 25 years later …”
-Sergio Sánchez Santamaría

Sergio Santamaria 2017 working on a litho stone.

Due to the lost year of COVID, we were unable to physically bring him back into the shop for his inaugural collaboration with Black Rock Editions. Instead, after receiving the initial matrices through the mail, all proofed images were sent and approved through the digital ether.

El Nahual de Tlayacapan

The Nahuals are Mexican pre-Hispanic mythical characters: they are witches, they are magicians, they are beastmen. Currently they have been almost forgotten. They could transform into various animals; Guajolotes, Roosters, Dogs, Coyotes, Donkeys, Pigs etc.
I visualize the great Nahual as a humanized dog-coyote that sees you and that you do not see; the one who is there and but at the same time is not … the Nahual is me.

El Nahual de Tlayacapan
Sergio Sanchez Santamaria | El Nahual de Tlayacapan | 21″ x 16″ each | Suite of five lithographs | Edition of 32

We are now in the process of printing a limited edition portfolio consisting of five images and are offering a limited number of 4 portfolios at a pre-publication price. For pricing and availability, please call 505.982.6625 or email us at Follow us on Instagram to see what we’re up to.


Robert Lostutter

Well known water colorist and printmaker Robert Lostutter studied at the Art Institute of Chicago, where he became a member of the Chicago Imagists, a breakaway group of surrealist artists based there. His early work was characterized by its dark and fantastical aspect. Today, he is best known for his meticulous depictions of hybrid avian-humans, and his work has found its way into many collections, including those of the Brooklyn Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Smithsonian Institution, the Kansas City Art Institute, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.

Robert Lostutter | Hummingbird | 1993 | Lithograph | 16″ x 16″ | Ed 100 | Printed and published by Landfall Press | *Limited availability

Robert Lostutter | Lepanthes | 1998 | Lithograph | 14″ x 15 1/2″ | Ed 50 | Printed and published by Landfall Press | *Limited availability

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It’s Wiley Territory

This week we are going to be entering the world of Bill Wiley. Bill was one of my favorite Landfall Press repeat offenders. I have several Wileys in my personal stash and did my utmost to secure my favs by hook or by crook (mostly I’d look at the print and sigh until Jack would say “Just take It!”). Landfall was and by extension Black Rock is still full of Wiley memorabilia and props; a striped branch here, a tattooed guitar and a paper dunce cap there. They all still emanate his warmth and humor.

And so … this week we are going to share a bit that was Bill with you all. For your perusal and enjoyment are some of our last remaining Wileys from inventory. – Steve Campbell, 2021

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May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month – a celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. A rather broad term, Asian/Pacific encompasses all of the Asian continent and the Pacific islands of Melanesia (New Guinea, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Fiji and the Solomon Islands), Micronesia (Marianas, Guam, Wake Island, Palau, Marshall Islands, Kiribati, Nauru and the Federated States of Micronesia) and Polynesia (New Zealand, Hawaiian Islands, Rotuma, Midway Islands, Samoa, American Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu, Cook Islands, French Polynesia and Easter Island). For more information on AAPI Heritage Month, visit

We will be highlighting some of our AAPI artists during the month of May. Email us at or call us at 505.982.6625 for pricing and availability.

Ambreen Butt was born in Lahore, Pakistan and received her BFA in traditional Indian and Persian miniature painting from the National College of Arts in Lahore. She moved to Boston, Massachusetts, in 1993 and attended Massachusetts College of Art and Design earning her MFA in painting in 1997. Since then, her work has been featured in solo and group exhibitions, both nationally and internationally. Among the many institutions that have exhibited her work are the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, the Brooklyn Museum in Brooklyn, New York, the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, the Asia Pacific Museum in Pasadena, California, the Kunsthalle Fridericianum in Kassell, Germany, the National Art Gallery in Islamabad, Pakistan and the Sunshine Museum in Beijing, China. 
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