Each print is a unique silkscreen monoprint. If you pick up your print, you have the option of selecting your print in person. Contact me: email@example.com
In my series Bubble Nests, I printed line drawings and shapes from scenes in my daily life. I used watercolor pigment sticks and acrylic inks to layer translucent colors, creating a textural landscape with varying legibility. By representing everyday scenes and passing moments, I treat imagery of my routines—soap, bubbles, clouds, cats, Ikea stuffed pig, my partner, nests, kernels of corn—as iconography worthy of being memorialized. Each print is mounted on an aluminum silkscreen frame.
Individual prints from this series are available for purchase either unframed or mounted on artist-designed aluminum silkscreen frames. Four of these prints are currently on view in the 2023 Graduate Degree Exhibition at Cranbrook Art Museum from April 9th-May 14th.
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Alexandra Zuckerman (b. 1997, Washington, District of Columbia) is a printmaker from North Carolina. She utilizes pop cultural iconography as well as personal imagery from daily life in her screenprints to examine the intimacy of everyday interactions. Zuckerman graduated from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art and Religious Studies. Currently she is a Master of Fine Arts candidate in Print Media at Cranbrook Academy of Art. A selection of Zuckerman’s silkscreen monoprints are on view from April 9 to May 14th, 2023 at the 2023 Graduate Degree Exhibition at Cranbrook Art Museum.