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Manitou
1998, 7-c screenprint, 41" x 28.5", ed:24. $1000.

Odawa
1998, 7-c screenprint, 41" x 28.5", ed:24. $1000.

Double Vision
1995, 2-c screenprint, 21.25" x 41", ed: 12. $1000.

Two Play
1993, 14-c screenprint, 41" x 28.5", ed: 22. $1250.
























Head to Head
1992, 14-c screenprint, 41" x 28.5", ed: 22. $1250.


Hi-Flyer
1990, 7-c screenprint, 41" x 28.5", ed: 41. $1250.


Harbinger
1989, 5-c screenprint, 30" x 22", ed: 41. $1500. (rare)


Nokomis
1988, 11-c screenprint, 29.5" x 21.5", ed: 40. $1250.

























Simokon
1988, 11-c screenprint, 29.5" x 21.5", ed: 40. $1250.


Echelon
1987, 10-c screenprint, 26" x 20", ed: 50. $1000.


Sonata
1987, 14-c screenprint, 26" x 20", ed: 41. $1000.


April
1985, 17-c screenprint, 26" x 20", ed: 42. $1000.

























Tartan
1984, 27-c screenprint, 26" x 20", ed: 46. $1000.


Onyx I
1983, 14-c screenprint, 26" x 20", ed: 38. $1000.


Onyx II
1983, 14-c screenprint, 26" x 20", ed: 38. $1000.


Serac
1982, 22-c screenprint, 26" x 20", ed: 35. $2500. (rare)

















Rhombus
1981, 30-c screenprint, 26" x 20" (proofs only), ed: 30. $2500. (rare)


Trifles
1980, 16-c screenprint, 26" x 20", ed: 20. $2000. (rare)













Norman Stewart: Biographical Sketch

Norman Stewart was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1947 and raised in Michigan and California. He earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Arts degrees from the University of Michigan. He also earned a Master of Fine Arts degree from Cranbrook Academy of Art where he worked with Tamarind masterprinter, Irwin Hollander. While at Cranbrook, Stewart designed and built the Academy's first comprehensive screenprinting workshop and participated in special color seminars with the late Sewell Sillman of Ives/Sillman Publications. Sillman, a student of Josef Albers, was a primary collaborator on Albers' fine prints and his seminal text on color theory, Interaction of Color.

Stewart works predominantly in screenprinting, drawing and painting. His art balances the sequential nature of process against the non-sequential character of intuitive thought and idea generation. The outcome is a paradoxical blend of formal and non-formal elements that the viewer reads simultaneously. The permanent collections of the Brooklyn Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cranbrook Museum, Detroit Institute of Arts and significant corporate and private collections include Stewart's screenprints. Numerous exhibitions in the United States and abroad have also included his work.

Norman Stewart lives and works in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan where he is a partner and masterprinter for Stewart & Stewart, printer and publisher of fine print editions and member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association. The touring exhibition Collaboration in Print---Stewart & Stewart Prints: 1980-1990 included Stewart's screenprints. The retrospective opened at the Detroit Institute of Arts in 1991 and traveled to the Cleveland Museum of Art; the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City; University Art Museum, Arizona State University, Tempe, and five additional museums throughout Michigan. General Electric Company continued its tour in 1993-94.
Print images © Norman Stewart 1980-present