The images below are from "Thresholds to Conservation", the first collaborative printmaking portfolio of the Rio Grande Valley in Texas. Click on each image for a larger more detailed image. Participating artists include: René Arceo, Carlos Barberena, Linda Lewis, Benjamín Martínez, Will Martin, Reynaldo Santiago, Janet Schill, Paul Valadez, María Elena Macías, Isaac Santiago, Ramiro Paz. Xavier Garza.
The Great Wall of America
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René Arceo
CArlos Barberena
Linda Lewis
Benjamín Martínez
Will Martin
Reynaldo Santiago
Janet Schill
Paul Valadez
What will the world be like without art?
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This magazine has a full article on the portfolio. 
Vol. 3 Winter 2010
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Thresholds to Conservation
Printmaking Demonstrations

Limited Edition Portfolios are on sale. 
Contact Reynaldo Santiago ( for more information regarding:

"Thresholds to Conservation" 35 Portfolios - only 5 Portfolios available, Includes relief, serigraphy, lithography, and intaglio techniques by 12 artists

All portfolios contain original hand pulled prints. 

Great cranking style print machines are
fun to build.
Published on May 1, 2012 by Raj Bunnag
Out of the Jungle It Came! and other works by Raj Bunnag
@ the Maryland Institute College of Art
Decker Gallery & FOX 310 May 11th-14th 2012
Video filmed and edited by Dan Levy Dagerman
Published on Apr 29, 2012 by Raj Bunnag
My senior thesis at the Maryland Institute College of Art. 60 feet of print housed a wooden crankie frame. Hand carved, printed, and built by Raj Bunnag
"Madonna Exhausta al quadrado"
Imagen 5"x 7", Papel 8"x 11"