Solo Impression Inc., Judith Solodkin

Exhibits and publishes contemporary graphics and embroidered multiples. Available for contract printing and fine art embroidery.

SOLO Impression located in Riverdale, Bronx, New York, is a publisher and printer of Fine Art prints and Fabric multiples. The studio has a lithography press and 3 embroidery machines with the capacity for hand printed lithography, woodcut, linoleum cut, pochoir printing and embroidery, including large format inkjet printing on fabric.

SOLO Impression was founded in 1975 by Judith Solodkin, the first woman to graduate from the Tamarind Institute as a Master Lithographer.  In addition to publishing, SOLO Impression contracts to print editions for artists and other publishers.

SOLO Impression takes a collaborative approach working closely with the artist to develop their images to their fullest. The printers guide the artist through sometimes unfamiliar territory, acquainting the artist with the multitude of possibilities, suggesting innovative and experimental techniques. On approval by the artist limited editions are printed and documentation provided.

Works published by SOLO Impression have appeared in museums and exhibitions throughout the world, and can be found in private and public collections such as the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum, the Whitney Museum of Fine Art, the New York Public Library Print Collection, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Library of Congress, the National Gallery of Art, the Biblioteque Nationale, and the Tate Gallery to name a few.

Image Captions

1. Betye Saar Blow Top Blues, The Fire Next Time, 1998 Color lithograph, handcoloring, photo electric collage 27 x 22½ inches Edition of 45 2. Jean Shin Celadon Threads, 2008-9 Triptych, each 23 x 16 inches Overall 23 x 49.5 inches with ½” separation Triptych, each 23 x 16 inches Right and Left - Embroidery on Arches Paper Center- inkjet print and stitching on Arches Paper Edition of 9 3. Joyce Kozloff Now, Voyager I, 2007 Color lithograph with Glitter 31 ½ x 31 ½ inches Edition of 25 4.Richard Bosman Breath, 2002 25 x 33 inches Woodcut Edition of 50 5. Iliana Porter Tiger V, 2006 Digital Embroidery and thread on paper 17 ½ x 21 ½  inches 6. Whitfield Lovell Barbados,  2009 Inkjet Print on front and verso with Hand printed Lithograph on stone Edition of 9 44 x 19.5 inches with paper rolls 1.5 inch in diameter Edition of 25