APPALACHIAN AUTUMN original hand printed silkscreen serigraph print in 9 colors by award winning Pittsburgh printmaker Thomas J. Norulak. Image measures 8 inches x 10.5 inches and depicts a scene along the Appalachian Trail in Virginia just off of Skyline Drive. Print is unmatted and unframed, print is signed by the artist in pencil in and edition of 150. This print framed normally sells in galleries for $185.00 . This Artist is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University and has taught printmaking at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts for over 10 years. He has exhibited at many galleries and museums throughout Pennsylvania including the prestigious Print Center in Philadelphia, and the Westmoreland Museum of American Art, as well as Washington Printmakers gallery where he recently had a solo show of 20 of his etchings.
Appalachian Autumn was created by artist Thomas J Norulak in 2004. This art piece , which is part of the Screenprints portfolio, is a Printmaking artwork. The style of this artwork is best described as Expressionism. The genre portrayed in this piece of art is Landscape. The artwork was created in Ink. The size of the original art is 8 (inches) H x 11 (inches) W.
Words which artist Thomas J Norulak feels best describe this work of art are: landscape, appalachian trail, autumn, trees, forest, hiking trail, pittsburgh artist, virginia, shenandoah mountains.
Born and raised in Newark, New Jersey, Tom Norulak attended Carnegie Mellon University and received his BFA degree in 1971. After living in Philadelphia for about 5 years, he returned to Pittsburgh in late1977 and has made Southwestern Pennsylvania his home ever since.
During the 1980’s Tom established a successful commercial screen printing business. He began his active career as an exhibiting artist printmaker during the early 1990’s. His work has been exhibited throughout Pennsylvania as well as in selected national shows at well respected galleries, museums, universities and art centers in Ohio, New Jersey, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Illinois, Nebraska and Washington DC. He has taught printmaking at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts for over 25 years. He has also taught at Seton Hill University, Carnegie Mellon University Pre-College program, Carnegie Museum of Art and has been a guest instructor and lecturer at other schools and local art groups.
While etching is his primary medium, he also works in woodcut, screenprinting, papermaking and watercolor.