Victoria Salzman: Etchings: I thought I was invisible…

ETCHINGS: I thought I was invisible…

January 05, 2010 through January 30, 2010

“Victoria Salzman takes delight in making multi-image prints that over lap into ongoing visual themes that are both inspired and ludicrous. Her expertise with the etching process is clearly evident as her prints have a graphic richness set off by an extremely personal sense of line. She is a master at interweaving visual imagination and literary invention.” —Robert Sievert in Artezine Magazine

“Ms. Salzman has the reserves of bile needed for successful satire. This is particularly clear in the black and white etchings, like the one of milling nudes and skeletons…” —Vivian Raynor, The New York Times

Ms. Salzman studied Art at The New School for Social Research , Massachusetts College of Art and Queens College. She worked for many years at the prestigious Bob Blackburn Printmaking Workshop and is currently working at The National Academy of Design in New York City.

She has had many shows in New York and throughout the United States as well as receiving numerous grants and awards in printmaking. Her work has travelled to Sweden, Australia and Peru. Her etchings are part of the permanent Collections of The Brooklyn Museum, The New York Public Library, The Library of Princeton University and Robert Blackburn’s Printmaking Workshop. She has had reviews in The New York Times, The Anchorage Times, The Anchorage Daily News, The Minnesota Independent, The Journal of the Print World, The Riverdale Press and Artzine Magazine.