About

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Jaz Graf is an artist and curator living and working in the NY metropolitan area. Her work concentrates on paper and print. For over a decade Jaz has been developing the field of artist books and creatively exploring printed matter utilizing traditional printmaking techniques, modern digital image printing and various bookbinding methods. Jaz’s work has been exhibited at the Jersey City Museum, as well as in universities and galleries throughout the country. Her art has been featured in AM New York News, The Jersey Journal and on NJ-TV. She is the former Vice President of Manhattan Graphics, an artist-operated print shop in midtown, NYC.

This blog is intended for posting recent projects, collaborations and other miscellaneous bits of interest, particularly of the artistic assortment…

* READ article about JAZ in the Jersey Journal News 2010.*

Check out my art!  www.jazgraf.com

Interfolio Dossier:  https://portfolio.interfolio.com/jazgraf

Connect with me! LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasmine-graf-76714385/

 


3 Responses to “About”

  1. I’ve just stumbled across your blog. The works are absolutely stunning and I’ve spent ages looking through them, I only wish I was there to see that artist book collection. Thanks for posting such beautiful works. Cheers Sue

    • 2 jazgraf

      Thanks Sue@! I really dig your feature about visiting artists studios! Am looking forward to reading more on your blog! Take care!

  2. I love your work, Jaz. Thank you for having the courage to express things that are difficult. It is a gift you are giving the world.


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