The art of HP Expert & Mentor Dorothy Simpson Krause is being showcased in a solo show at the 571 Projects contemporary-art gallery in New York City from March 3 through April 16. Entitled “Visions,” the exhibit features ten monoprints and six emulsion transfers that evoke the mystery of architectural space and light. Krause made all of the prints for the exhibit in her studio, starting with images output on her HP Designjet Z3100.
Brian Nissen is a visual artist, painter and sculptor based in New York City. He also works in Mexico City and Barcelona. In this post, he talks about using the new HP Designjet Z6200 photo printer and HP Fine Art Paper to create, exhibit, and sell his Codices, limited-edition books with facsimiles of his gouache artwork based on pre-Columbian codices. His story shows some of the limitless possibilities for using digital printing to create more portable, visually engaging traveling exhibitions of photographs and art.