Collagraph Prints Print
Wednesday, 15 April 2009 09:40

Donald is very technically skilled and admires technology and machinery. Trains are a big love of his, beside ships. This is a train triptych print he has made in 1968 from found objects. He still has the can full of buttons, coins and different parts used in this print. Many Stoltenberg's colagraph prints resemble the Steampunk genre.

 

 


 

 

This is Don's typical colagraph print, Shipyard made in 1977. Donald is a structuralist. He loves views looking through beams, rods, with a strong perspective and play of light. Anything technical is perfect. His interests are well captured in a single sentence he wrote to Paul Farkas in 2007, asking him to collaborate on series of photographs of the St. Vitus cathedral in Prague: "I like views looking up giving angular perspective and in sun with some strong shadows..."

 


 

 

 

Old Ironsiders, 1976 colagraph print.

 


 

 

 

 

 

Boston Printmakers have named Donald an emeritus member and he put this 1989 print named WARSHIP in their show taking place at ZULO Gallery in Medfield, MA, utill July 3rd 2010. More information at http://www.zullogallery.org/printmakers_page_1.html

 

 

 

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