silvermoney.thumbnail.jpg Leslie Kramer received her MFA in Printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design and she studied printmaking for one year at Stanley Hayter’s Atelier 17 in Paris, France. One-woman shows and group shows have been in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania and New Mexico. Her prints are in the collections of The DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA, the Boston Public Library,  the Albuquerque, New Mexico Public Library, and numerous private collections. Her monoprints and etchings incorporate her interest in nature and the man-made as she employs innovative and sophisticated techniques. For 26 years, she taught printmaking and was gallery director at Elmira College in Elmira, NY. She has also taught at Smith College, Northampton, MA and The Rhode Island School of Design.  During the summer of 1999, she was Artist in Residence at Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris, France. She has received awards from The DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, Mass., and several Elmira College Faculty Development Awards. She has taught printmaking workshops at several colleges and museums in the Northeast and at Atelier du Livre in Montolieu, France.  She currently lives and works out of her studio on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

To contact the artist or purchase artworks please  email:  lkramer50@comcast.net.

7 responses

25 03 2008
Jane Johnson

Hi Leslie,
Enjoyed your website. See you soon.

23 04 2008
Monique Goetinck

Hi Leslie:
Beth included your site in hers and now I can access the information. Your site is very nice.
See you next week, Monique

29 04 2008
Eric Kramer

Excellent presentation on your websie!
Congratulations on a Job well done……………….

25 02 2009
grace swidler

Wow! I am impressed. I might not understand it but it is beautiful.

14 02 2010
Cheryl Samelson Skid

Leslie, I prize the wonderful etching you made for our wedding 37 years ago. It is displayed in my home and is a favorite! I had a GREAT time with you in France in 1971.

5 10 2010
Mariko Kunimoto

Hi Leslie,
Do you remember me? Mariko was your student at Elmira collage.
I am making website now. I would like to show your name and photo at the page about my teachers. May I link your website? Is this your website?

Yoshi is very fine but busy. We might visit USA this winter.
How is everything? If you have a chance, please visit my facebook.(mariko kunimoto facebook)


19 08 2013
John Saxe

Greetings from a former student! Your work is wonderful, as ever.

John Saxe EC ’86

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