The American Spirit of Sam Orosz

Samuel Orosz

Having recently finished my art schooling, I have a small list of artist peers who deserve more spotlight than they currently have. So every now and then, I'll do a little schoolmate spotlight to try and push them into the public eye a bit more. 

Today? Sam Orosz! One of my best friends and the most skilled printer I know. Not the - computer ink cartridges, cords, and printer paper- printing. I'm talking ink, rollers, fancy paper, and giant presses - Gutenberg style. He was my art mate for at least 6 years of life, and has grown from a Bob Dylan look-alike to a clean cut printing wiz.

Black Rollers 1935, Plate Lithography on BFK Reeves, 11"x17"

His work most recently has focused on significant American historical events of the past few hundred years. So please, give his portfolio some time today as you sip down your morning coffee, and enjoy his beautiful talent put to action.

Also, he just got work into an international exhibit! Go Sammy go.

Blackfish, Stone Lithography on BFK Reeves, 7.5"x 11"