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Congratulations to Carrie Mae Weems...

for her well deserved 2013 MacArthur Fellows Award! We are in awe of the depth and breadth of Carrie's work shown in museums and galleries over the past many months. The Highland Studio enjoys the privilege of printing her beautiful and poignant work; Such as the series known as Slow Fade to Black, Constructing History , Kitchen Table, Missing Links, and many others. Part of the Slow Fade Series and Constructing History are currently on view at the Guggenheim Museum in New York till May 14.

Carrie Weems Constructing History Printed at Highland Studio Joe Diebboll

http://www.guggenheim.org/new-york/exhibitions/on-view/carrie-mae-weems-three-decades-of-photography-and-video/installation-photos

http://carriemaeweems.net/work.html

Joe Diebboll's photographs will be featured at Riverwinds Gallery in Beacon NY - May 2013

Joe is showing a striking and beautiful series of photos of one of the treasured spots along the Hudson. Little Stony Point is a small peninsula that is framed on the north side by Breakneck and Storm King Mountains and on the south by Cold Spring. Joe merges his images with textures that capture the unique draw the past claims on those who live in the midst of these Hudson Highlands. They Archival Pigment Prints will be featured at Riverwinds till June 2.

Opening Reception is May 11, 2013 5 - 8 pm

Little Stony Point by Joe Diebboll

Also showing will be Joe's photos of Duso's Crescent Bay Marina in Saranac Lake NY and The Highland Studio's antique photos of Cold Spring, Beacon and Garrison NY, meticulously remastered in all sizes!

More on This

Its a great time to take care of some unfinished projects. We can help. Get ready for summer sales and openings by setting up a limited edition with The Highland Studio! great scans of your art. Best quality art prints at great prices. Don't forget framing. Our customers receive a 10% discount on framing of prints made at our studio.

2013 - New Series of botanical canvases by Cori Lapin-Cohen

check out her new series of 16x20 canvases:Botanicals on cavas 16x20

16x20 Canvas Pears

two 16x20 canvases of pears

For the Hudson Valley History Enthusiast on your List. Available in framed 5x5" and up.
Cold Spring Arts and Highland Studio

Don't miss Cold Spring Arts Open Studios. Its a great chance to see the artists, galleries and studios of Cold Sping and Garrison, New York. October 13 & 14, 2012

2012 New Series and Editions

New Original Print Series, "Minor Surgery" released by Sara Conklin. Produced in collaboration with The Highland Studio, The series will be exhibited to the public at Ceres Gallery, 547 West 27th St., New York, NY, October 2-27, 2012

Megan Karlen: Wampum Began It - a series of 8 abstract images inspired by the "smooth purple shards of the quahog shell" Megan has collected since childhood. Archival pigment giclee prints available on paper and canvas. www.theroadsedge.com

Fall 2011

Find out why our customers travel from New York City and all over the Hudson Valley to work with The Highland Studio Printmakers and Framers:

  • Unsurpassed attention to detail on all giclee scans, printing and framing.
  • Competitive pricing.
  • Best scanning and printing equipment, papers, canvases and inks.
  • Personal attention to your project concerns and deadlines.
  • Still making Iris prints after all these years. Along with the newer printers, we still maintain the "Old Classic" Iris printer.
Spring 2011: The Highland Studio Picture Framers!

We are pleased to announce that The Highland Studio now offers full service Custom Picture Framing here in the Hudson Valley! Come check out hundreds of moulding and mat samples. Our meticulous attention to detail now extends to archival framing techniques.

The Highland Studio Picture Framers
Serving Cold Spring, Beacon, New York City and beyond.

Giclée • Archival Art Printing •

Finest Digital Processes Up to 64" wide on archival paper or canvas. Our digital direct scan of original fine art is the best you will find anywhere. Using the Betterlight 4x5 format scanning camera you will get perfect high resolution files of artwork up to 6' x 8 feet.

Master Fine Art Printmakers,
Joe & Lisa Diebboll.

Makers of fine print editions for over 25 years.

Lisa and Joe Diebboll are a husband and wife team who have many years experience as artists and have been printmakers since 1984. They bring a unique sensibility to a relatively new and expanding digital process. Their experience with hundreds of limited edition prints along with their in depth fine art background are the defining factors setting them apart from other digital studios. They also have a very specific and comprehensive digital technology training, having studied digital printmaking techniques with Jon Cone of Cone Editions Press. Due to the Diebboll’s personal attention and level of color expertise, Highland is a well established, busy studio, highly sought after by many. Their diverse and ever expanding client list includes: John Beerman, Alex Grey, Charles Fazzino, Grace Knowlton, Michael Graves and Associates, Leonard Freed, The Academy of Arts and Letters, Eric Lindbloom, Cesar Pelli and many others.

The limited edition prints made at The Highland Studio are a collectable and unique art form. The fact that the edition is limited to an exclusive quantity adds to the collectability. More importantly, these editions are created by The Highland Studio, a fine art atelier dedicated to capturing every detail of the artist's intent. These are not posters made in a high volume printing factory setting, but fine quality art prints worthy of special care and handling. These prints will last for generations because every care is taken with regard to ink, paper, process and handling.

The Highland Studio is a digital printmaking studio with the classical expertise of a time-honored atelier.

We specialize in fine quality limited edition reproductions of original art & collaborative original print projects, using the digital printmaking studio to its full potential. We hold degrees in printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design and since graduating have been making limited editon fine art prints. We are artists who bring our artist's sensiblity to every print we make.

Our studio is dedicated to facilitating each artist's individual vision. Like a classical print atelier the artist's vision is paramount. Each artist requires individual attention and we take the time necessary to create the right solutions for your work. That's why our customers are so pleased with the products made here at The Highland Studio. Make sure the investment you make in your print project is money well spent by working with one of the finest giclee studios anywhere. Our prices are extremely competitive and our quality is impeccable.

For those new to fine art printing, read our "how to" section and learn the process step by step... or feel free to call or email. We would love to talk to you about your project, give you a custom quote or answer any questions.

The Highland Studio has been producing high quality art prints since 1997. The process know as "giclee" refers to digital inkjet prints produced with the highest quality printers, longlasting, rigourously tested pigment inks, and fine art archival papers. Don't be fooled by the use of the term "giclee". The term is often used to refer to subpar products made by those who are not master printmakers using inferior equipment and materials and standards of procedure.
There is a long explanation of why the term "giclee" came into being. It is french word meaning to spurt or spray. Way back in the late 90's fine art digital printmakers were trying to distinguish high quality prints form amateur and sub quality prints. "Giclee" I guess it didn't hurt that it sounds french. However as time has passed it seems to refer to any print made on a desktop inksjet printer. Because so many bad giclees have been pouring into the marketplace that we now like to refer to our prints as Archival Pigment Prints.