Noriko Sugita & Tallmadge Doyle :: Printmaking

Viridis Rutilius lll, Tallmadge Doyle

::SEPTEMBER:: Bold and rich treatment of botanical forms feature prominently in the work of printmakers, Tallmadge Doyle and Noriko Sugita. Sugita carves wood block plates to create intricate layers of pattern and form while Doyle uses a variety of methods including aquatint, line etching, drypoint and hand coloring with dramatic results. Show runs September 1- October 4th. Artist Reception during the First Friday Artwalk, September 2nd, 5-8 p.m.     NORIKO SUGITA Noriko Sugita’s work depends on momentary inspiration, letting shapes and colors explore deep thought, as a choreographer explores complex thought through dance composition. Improvised movement of impersonated shape suggests symbols and patterns reflective of human emotion and relationships. She often layers thin pigments, creating reminders that our human experience is layered. Originally from Hakodate, Japan, Noriko Sugita earned a BFA (summa cum laude) from Southern Oregon University in 2004. Exhibiting and teaching throughout the Pacific Northwest, she now resides in Beaverton, OR. TALLMADGE DOYLE After the Storm Within Tallmadge Doyle’s work runs a common thread of interest in the scientific realm. Whether it be astronomy, physics, or botany she is fueled by ideas and images from science and the natural […]