The Mission of Brandywine Workshop

To be a major force in the creation, documentation and preservation of culturally diverse American art and insuring the participation of multiethnic artists in the field of fine art printmaking and related media technologies. For the past 42 years, Brandywine Workshop has been a leader in the development of offset lithography as a fine art. Philadelphia based, national in scope and internationally recognized, Brandywine exemplifies the highest standard of excellence and innovation.

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Happy Birthday to Ricardo Gouveia, a former Visiting Artist in Residence at Brandywine Workshop. We wish you continued professional success and personal joy. #brandywineworkshop #printmaking #oldschool #iCreate

Ricardo Gouveia- 4% off/96% on (1996)
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If you are an artist, art collector, art educator or long-time art enthusiast, you may want to secure a Life-time 10% discount on the purchase of fine art original prints and other items to be offered for sale in the brandywine.art/store. To do so, all you have to do is pre-register as a "Charter User" for the soon to launch data base, "brandywine.art" later in 2015. This free, online educational service will be open to anyone and promote the teaching of multiculturalism in the classroom through a digital image library and instructional resources focused on the Workshop's print collection. This is a limited time offer. Sign-up at www.brandywineworkshop.com (home page icon brandywine.art). It is free! #printmaking #AfricanAmerican #LatinAmerican #Asian American #European #Caribbean #icreate #contemporaryart ...

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Happy Birthday to Souleyman Kieta, a former Visiting Artist in Residence at Brandywine Workshop. We wish you continued professional success and personal joy. #brandywineworkshop #printmaking #oldschool #iCreate

Souleyman Kieta- Bom Bom (1999)
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