Arline Reimann has been a printmaker for over 40 years, receiving her Master’s Degree in intaglio printmaking from Montclair State University in 1980. She is an award-winning artist, listed in Who’s Who in American Art and Who’s Who in America, and her work has been exhibited across the United States and Europe. Her prints are represented in museums including The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, The Newark Public Library Fine Print Collection, and The Bailey Matthews Museum, as well as in private collections in the United States, Europe and Japan. She is a member of the California Society of Printmakers and is a past Board member and current member of both the National Association of Women Artists (NAWA) and Audubon Artists. She has chaired and juried numerous national print exhibitions across the USA. Ms. Reimann currently resides in Walnut Creek, California.
“My prints reflect my lifetime fascination with the eternal truths and beauty found in the natural world. I find these in the grace and elegance of living forms and the majesty of scenic landscapes. I then channel them into a personal visual statement.
Each print is the result of an idea, a narrative that forms in my mind, which I execute as a design. Then there is the challenge of cutting the image into the plate and printing the edition. Cutting each plate provides a new learning experience.”