Siri Beckman

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Breakfast, 16/100

$500
Breakfast, 16/100
wood engraving, 4x3"

Island, AP, 5/10

$550
Island, AP, 5/10
wood engraving, 4.25x3.25"

Basin Pond, 33/100

$500
Basin Pond, 33/100
wood engraving, 5x3"

Town Line, Spring, 15/100 - unframed

$300
Town Line, Spring, 15/100 - unframed
wood engraving, 3x4"

Hillside, 41/100 - unframed

$300
Hillside, 41/100 - unframed
wood engraving, 4x3"

Bobolinks, 36/100

$750
Bobolinks, 36/100
wood engraving, 5x7"

Otter Cove, 85/100

$550
Otter Cove, 85/100
wood engraving, 4.5x3.5"

Hearts, Button, and Fish, 29/100

$600
Hearts, Button, and Fish, 29/100
wood engraving, 5x4"

Crossing the Field, 69/100 - unframed

$400
Crossing the Field, 69/100 - unframed
wood engraving, 5x4"


Bio

Siri Beckman (b. 1942) received her BA in Art History from Lake Forest College and her MFA in Book Arts and Printmaking from the University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA.

Beckman has been the recipient of numerous awards and residencies, and her work is in many collections, including the Library of Congress; the Boston Public Library; the permanent collection of Harvard Univeristy; the Farnsworth Museum and the Portland Museum of Art.

Beckman has participated in five residence programs at US National Parks, including Acadia National Park; Rocky Mountain National Park; Hovenweep National Park; Badlands National Park; Grand Canyon National Park; and Mesa Verde National Park.

Working with delicately crafted wood engravings, Beckman builds lively scenes full of action and movement. She captures the essence of a space in her petite prints, her work extends to masterful book illustration as well.

She lives and works in Bath, Maine.