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Print Collecting for the New or Value-Minded Collector

With Josh Tripoli At Reuben Saunders Gallery, we aim to provide a wide array of quality options not only for longtime collectors but also for those just getting started. Printmaking is a big focus for us here and we have some of the finest prints in the region from the Prairie Print Makers, Associated American Artists, as well as local and regional contemporary artists. Some prints can fetch a high price point. For instance, the rare and highly collectible aquatints from Prairie Print Maker Charles Capps regularly move for upwards of $2500, a potentially hard sell for the new, casual, or thrifty collector.  While many others fall into the same category, this kind of craftsmanship and artistry is not exclusive…


Leon Loughridge

Born and raised in New Mexico, Leon had an early introduction to art through his Grandmother’s dinner parties which included many local artists. For the most part, Loughridge’s subject matter are landscapes of the West and Southwest where he was born and raised. Although he works in pastel and watercolor, he is best known for his reduction woodblock prints with his signature method of layering colors to capture the beauty of his plein air excursions. Loughridge works from his studio, Dry Creek Art Press, located in Denver, Colorado.