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  • “Untitled (Black landscape)”Untitled (Black landscape)

    Photogravure

  • “Mystic's Gate”Mystic's Gate

    Color Lithograpgh

  • “Mystic Gate”Mystic Gate

    Charcoal and White chalk

  • “Mystic Gate”Mystic Gate

    Color Lithograph

  • “untitled(black landscape)”untitled(black landscape)

    re: Current Work I have a 75 mile commute to work and I am often conflicted about my carbon footprint and at the same time captivated by the landscape of the road I see almost daily. These prints are a suite of fifteen piezographic prints (five triptychs) and represent a relative landscape which attempts to reference both a hope for the future and a simultaneous recognition of the very real possibility of eco-catastrophe. Some of these images engage an ominous mobile viewpoint, and others, moments of stillness and reflection. They can be seen to represent pretty much anywhere/everywhere the highway goes. Perhaps what we might see out of the corners of our eyes as we flee... perhaps what we stop to remember….

  • “untitled(black landscape)”untitled(black landscape)

    I have a 75 mile commute to work and I am often conflicted about my carbon footprint and at the same time captivated by the landscape of the road I see almost daily. These prints are a suite of fifteen piezographic prints (five triptychs) and represent a relative landscape which attempts to reference both a hope for the future and a simultaneous recognition of the very real possibility of eco-catastrophe. Some of these images engage an ominous mobile viewpoint, and others, moments of stillness and reflection. They can be seen to represent pretty much anywhere/everywhere the highway goes. Perhaps what we might see out of the corners of our eyes as we flee... perhaps what we stop to remember….

  • “untitled(landscape)”untitled(landscape)

    I have a 75 mile commute to work and I am often conflicted about my carbon footprint and at the same time captivated by the landscape of the road I see almost daily. These prints are a suite of fifteen piezographic prints (five triptychs) and represent a relative landscape which attempts to reference both a hope for the future and a simultaneous recognition of the very real possibility of eco-catastrophe. Some of these images engage an ominous mobile viewpoint, and others, moments of stillness and reflection. They can be seen to represent pretty much anywhere/everywhere the highway goes. Perhaps what we might see out of the corners of our eyes as we flee... perhaps what we stop to remember….

  • “untitled(landscape)”untitled(landscape)

    I have a 75 mile commute to work and I am often conflicted about my carbon footprint and at the same time captivated by the landscape of the road I see almost daily. These prints are a suite of fifteen piezographic prints (five triptychs) and represent a relative landscape which attempts to reference both a hope for the future and a simultaneous recognition of the very real possibility of eco-catastrophe. Some of these images engage an ominous mobile viewpoint, and others, moments of stillness and reflection. They can be seen to represent pretty much anywhere/everywhere the highway goes. Perhaps what we might see out of the corners of our eyes as we flee... perhaps what we stop to remember….

  • “untitled(landscape)”untitled(landscape)

    I have a 75 mile commute to work and I am often conflicted about my carbon footprint and at the same time captivated by the landscape of the road I see almost daily. These prints are a suite of fifteen piezographic prints (five triptychs) and represent a relative landscape which attempts to reference both a hope for the future and a simultaneous recognition of the very real possibility of eco-catastrophe. Some of these images engage an ominous mobile viewpoint, and others, moments of stillness and reflection. They can be seen to represent pretty much anywhere/everywhere the highway goes. Perhaps what we might see out of the corners of our eyes as we flee... perhaps what we stop to remember….

Berel Lutsky

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UW Manitowoc Art Dept. and Reall
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Manitowoc, WI 54220 US

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berel.lutsky@uwc.edu
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Berel Lutsky was born in Buffalo NY and raised in Milwaukee, WI. He earned his BS in studio art with a concentration in printmaking from UW Madison, and his MFA in studio art with a concentration in printmaking and drawing from UW Milwaukee. He taught at several UW Colleges, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Carroll University in Waukesha, and the Avni Institute in Israel. His work has been exhibited locally, regionally and nationally and is in public and private collections in Israel, Belgium, Japan and the US. He is currently Professor of Art at UW Green Bay- Manitowoc Campus where he teaches drawing, design, printmaking, photography and painting. He also is a co-founder and facilitator of ReallyBIGPRINTS!! a biennial streetroller printing event, and exhibition of large scale relief prints. Information is here :http://manitowoc.uwc.edu/arts/gallery/special-exhibit.

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re: Current Work
I have a 75 mile commute to work and I am often conflicted about my carbon footprint and at the same time captivated by the landscape of the road I see almost daily. These prints a suite of fifteen piezographic prints (five triptychs) and represent a relative landscape which attempts to reference both a hope for the future and a simultaneous recognition of the very real possibility of eco-catastrophe. Some of these images engage an ominous mobile viewpoint, and others, moments of stillness and reflection. They can be seen to represent pretty much anywhere/everywhere the highway goes. Perhaps what we might see out of the corners of our eyes as we flee... perhaps what we stop to remember….

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