Laurie Alpert

Laurie Alpert’s mixed media prints incorporate a 500-year-old Korean papermaking technique called Joomchi. She is fascinated by this process, and has since integrated it into her work. The images begin with photographs that she’s taken of seemingly mundane things. The origin is inconsequential it is the alteration that gives the image its new life.

Laurie Alpert is a Printmaker and Book Artist from Brookline, Massachusetts. She has her BFA in Painting from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and her MFA in Painting from Massachusetts College of Art. She is a Professor in the Department of Fine and Applied Arts at Curry College in Milton, Massachusetts. Alpert’s professional affiliations include membership at the Bromfield Gallery in Boston’s South End and Full Tilt Print Studio, a professional printmaking cooperative, in Hyde Park. She is also a member of Boston Printmakers, the Monotype Guild of New England and the New York Center for Book Arts. Her work continues to be exhibited widely.

Soap1, 30×22, polyester plate lithograph

Dissected Surface, 9×7, mixed mediabook with Joomchi

Icefall, 30×22, mixed-media print

Unbound, 9.5×60, Joomchi.

Sprigbook4, 8×72, polyester plate lithograph

Fallout, 18.5×15, mixed-media print