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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Peregrine Honig | Rebirth

Peregrine Honig is back in the building with Black Rock Editions. Our first print of Spring is the aptly entitled Rebirth, a limited edition 5 color lithograph depicting unborn twin taxidermy fawns. This elegant print will be pulled by hand in a small edition of 24. The Twin Fawns are a recurring icon in Honig’s work. Purchased from a toy and science store, Honig commissioned a custom glass cloche and hand carved wooden pedestal for the object. She then hired master photographer EG Schempf to document the sculpture. Rebirth introduces the image to ink. Pale fresh colors and fragile beauty archive a conversation about conception and preservation. 

Honig is always a favorite. With a collaborative history with our printers dating back over 25 years,  her quick mind and agile hands allow for a fast study in whatever print medium she is introduced to. She listens, learns, and incorporates the master’s processes within hours. An authentic collaborator with a true spirit of give and take paired with an endless repertoire of jokes, Honig is a joy to work with. There is a decisive nature to all of Peregrine’s Honig’s work reminiscent of Caesar’s quote of
“I came, I saw, I conquered “. She executes ink with conceptually and technically powerful results. A professional artist with a dedication and force that gives her an international platform, Honig emanates from the center of the United States and outward like the concentric rings of a pebble dropped in still water.  

Peregrine Honig Rebirth lithograph. Photo courtesy E.G. Schempf.

27″ x 32″
Edition 24 plus proofs

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Steve and Josh pull a proof. All are happy.


Jeanette Pasin Sloan is back in the shop.

We are proud to announce a new project with artist Jeanette Pasin Sloan. Jeanette worked on what was originally a 5 color lithograph. Early proofing determined we needed to approach this differently with the result culminating in a 10 color lithograph. It captures the subtlety and complexity of printing the various contours and penumbras of black and white patterned china.
Diamonds is going to retail at $1,200. We are offering the new edition at a pre-publication price of $1,000. Valid through 3/31/21.

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Diamonds| 2021 | 10 color lithograph | 23.5″ x 25.25″ | Edition 50 plus proofs

Most recent collaboration with Fatima Ronquillo

I never thought that a lockdown could have its advantages. In this case, it gave us time and opportunity to explore a side of lithography we never had the chance to do before. After completion of the small monochromatic edition of Fatima’s “The Watchers”, we began to ponder an approach to a color version and since Fatima’s painting style echoes the neo-classicism of a hundred plus years ago we reasoned a similar lithographic rendition would be appropriate. Jack (Lemon) has long been a fan of the Jules Cheret lithographs of 19th century Paris and suggested we follow a similar manner of working. The result is a 14 color lithograph not only in homage to old Jules but printed on the same kind of machine that would have been use back then, our c. 1870 Marinoni Voirin Press. I feel the resulting print was a huge success with overlays and a saturation seldom seen in contemporary prints. It’s really a print to let the eye linger on. Bravo Fatima and Bravo crew! Contact us at for pricing and availability.

Fatima Ronquillo
The Watchers (color)
14 color lithograph
28 3/4″ x 20 1/4″
Edition 50 plus proofs