April Vollmer is an artist who lives and works on the lower east side of Manhattan. She earned her MFA in printmaking from Hunter College in 1983.
Focusing primarily on Japanese woodcut, she also works in the computer, often combining traditional and contemporary techniques.
She has taught workshops at Japan Society, the Lower East Side Printshop, Pyramid Atlantic and Dieu Donne Papermill, and has written articles on printmaking for journals including Printmaking Today and Contemporary Impressions.
Her prints been exhibited at AIR Gallery, the Islip Art Museum, Henry Street Settlement, and internationally.
This fall she has been invited to teach woodcut in Japan at the Nagasawa Art Park Program.
For more information about the artist and the technique please visit: www.aprilvollmer.com
She will devote this summer to teaching woodcut:
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