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Garner Tullis teaching Richard Tullis about paper maceration 1973. Photo: 1973 photographer unknown

Richard Tullis was eleven when he began working for his father, Garner Tullis, at Garner's International Institute of Experimental Printmaking in Santa Cruz, California. Garner had begun printing experimentally during the early 1960s in Philadelphia and his approach to materials and printmaking was inventive and unconventional. Growing up in Garner's studios, Richard wasn't taught to approach anything in the usual manner.

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Monoprints, Drawing, Painting, Photography




Studio Tullis

Richard Tullis

Tullis, Richard

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