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Casey Baugh Edition


CASEY BAUGH

A small-run handcrafted edition
of intaglio prints by Casey Baugh

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Casey Baugh Edition


CASEY BAUGH

A small-run handcrafted edition
of intaglio prints by Casey Baugh


CASEY BAUGH / WITHIN REACH

Inky Pulp announces a print edition through a collaboration with celebrated Contemporary artist Casey Baugh. Working with our master printmakers to combine photogravureaquatinting, and drypoint techniques, the artist has created a small-run, hand-crafted intaglio edition.

 

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Baugh Print Production


Baugh Print Production


 
 

Within Reach is a limited edition of twenty-five prints by Casey Baugh, which combines 19th Century intaglio techniques. Each print has been impressed onto 300gsm Somerset Soft White paper using Charbonnel inks and come signed and numbered by the artist.

 
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Baugh Print Sale


Baugh Print Sale


 

Casey Bauch
Within Reach, 2017

Edition of 25 prints, for sale
2 Artist Proofs, not for sale
2 Printers Proof, not for sale
1 Bon à Tirer, not for sale
Intaglio printed in America
Signed and numbered by the artist
Releasing late March, 2017

 
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Casey Baugh Artist


Casey Baugh Artist


 

CASEY BAUGH

Baugh's work can be described as narrative impressionistic realism. Specializing in oil paint and charcoal, he began painting at the age of 13 and began selling professionally at age 17. When he was only 21 years old, Baugh began showing in galleries and after four years of studying with artist Richard Schmid, he had his first solo show at age 25. He has made several television appearances and has been featured on the covers of many publications, including The Artist's MagazineAmerican Artist's Magazine, and American Art Collector.

 

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..... the profound similarities between Baugh's painted world and our own have the potential to unsettle and awaken us, as viewers, to a more vivid reality than we currently experience, and to freshly recognize the "static" that interferes with our ability to connect with one another and live meaningfully. "

Jeffrey Carlson  
Contributing Editor, Fine Art Today