Tamarind Institute at Pie Projects

Closing Public Reception: August 13, 4 - 6 pm 

924B Shoofly Street, Santa Fe, NM 
Tue - Sat, 11 am - 5 pm


Jaune Quick-To-See Smith, Salish Dancers, 1988
Paper Size: 26 x 23 inches
Collaborating Printers: Bill Lagattuta and Maria Schleiner
Edition of 11 
Pie Projects was proud to partner once more with Tamarind Institute this summer for a pop-up exhibit showcasing a selection of fine art prints from the workshop's creative production. The show presented an exciting selection of prints created at the internationally acclaimed lithography workshop based in Albuquerque. Artists included:
Jim Dine
Stella Ebner
Eric J. Garcia
Jeffrey Gibson
Linn Meyers
Rosana Paulino
Heidi Pollard
Maja Ruznic
Fritz Scholder
Rose B. Simpson
Jaune Quick-to-See Smith
Shinique Smith
Paula Wilson
Stella Ebner, Farewell Dinner, 2017
Twelve-color lithograph
Paper Size: 34 x 26 inches
Collaborating Printer: Valpuri Remling
Edition of 10   


Tamarind print Eric Garcia
Eric GarciaPrimo Jose, 2021
Eleven-color lithograph
Paper Size: 30 x 22 inches
Collaborating Printer: Austin Armstrong
Edition of 13


Linn Meyers, Untitled, 2018
Three-color lithograph
Paper Size: 38 5/8 x 29 7/8 inches
Collaborating Printer: Valpuri Remling
Edition of 14


Heidi Pollard, Slot Machine 1, 2016
Four-color lithograph
Paper Size: 15 x 15 inches
Collaborating Printer: Ash Armenta
Edition of 10



Fritz Scholder, The Odyssey #2 (State III), 1976 
Three-color lithograph
Paper Size: 30 x 22 inches
Collaborating Printer: Joy Baker
Edition of 50


Tamarind print Paula Wilson
Paula WilsonCatching the Night, 2021
Fourteen-color lithograph with chine collé
Paper Size: 32 x 23 inches
Collaborating Printers: Valpuri Remling and Alyssa Ebinger
Edition of 20 




Tamarind is a place where the artist, the printer, the student, the educator, and the collector converge, creating the most comprehensive center for fine art lithography in the world. Students have access to the institute, which offers the only formal educational program for professional fine art collaborative printing. Artists collaborate with Tamarind master printers in the workshop on creative and often experimental projects that expand the possibilities of their practice and the medium. Collectors know that the Tamarind chop is a time-honored mark of artistic quality with a legacy and mission to match.