Scotland-based artist Ade Adesina creates massive linocut prints that he says reflect on both his African roots and European culture, “producing work that makes people reflect on the past, present and the future.” His practice linocuts, woodcuts, sculpture, and other disciplines. Known for enormous cityscapes and landscapes, recent work also features his own sensibility applied to still-life objects.
In Jesse Shaw’s “American Epic” series of hand-pulled linocut prints, the artist offers his interpretation of the American story, traversing consumerism, ritualism, technology, and other aspects in massive graphical works. So far, he’s completed more than half of the planned 50 prints in the series.
Kathleen Neeley’s linocut prints are infused with varying cultures across time, yet feel wholly contemporary in reflection. The artist looks at our relationship to the Earth, femininity, and other personal subjects while maintaining the elements and motifs of myths.