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Year Created

1988

Year Acquired

1989

Surfaces

Paper

Cultures

Canadian

Medium

Lithograph

Art Forms

Work on paper

Pine Trees

by: Steven Dixon


Small steven dixon portrait 2018 Steven Dixon

Steven Dixon was born in New Brunswick in 1960. He has an MFA in Printmaking from Arizona State University, a B.Ed. in Visual Arts from Queen’s University, and a BFA in Printmaking and Painting from Mount Allison. Steven has taught Printmaking at Capilano University and Thompson Rivers University in British Columbia and has been Visiting Lecturer at Palacký University in the Czech Republic.

Since 1986, Steven Dixon has worked in the Printmaking Division at the University of Alberta where he specializes in intaglio and relief printing techniques and photographic processes. For the past twenty years Steven has worked extensively with the process of copper plate photogravure. This traditional photogravure process seems well suited to his subject matter of abandoned industrial architecture and archaeological sites.

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