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David Reed and Lillian Ball visiting White Street studio NY 1989. Photo: © Richard Tullis

Lillian Ball
During her Santa Barbara project, Lillian melted plastic strips with a heat gun to produce a rich textural printing plate surface. These sculptural plates introduced a new method for printing reliefs.

Lillian Ball is an artist and environmental activist working in New York. A multidisciplinary background in anthropology, ethnographic film, and sculpture inform her work. She exhibits internationally and has received numerous awards including two New York State Foundation for the Arts grants, a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship in Visual Arts, and a National Endowment for the Arts grant.

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Monoprints with deep embossment




Tullis Workshop

Lillian Ball

Ball, Lillian

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