Open Studio

Welcome to the Virtual Open Studio!

As Eric Zener Studio expands the exploration for new forms of printmaking and continues to support the Kids & Art and WILDCOAST organizations, we’ve cataloged years of work to share with all of you during this first time ever Virtual Open Studio.

Spanning almost three decades, we share years of prints on paper, aluminum prints, and mixed media within the studio – all of which have led us to where we are today. 

Eric Zener Studio is virtually opening the doors from Oct. 2 to Oct. 14

20% of total proceeds will be donated to Kids & Art and WILDCOAST. Click on the links to learn more about these incredible organizations!

This pricing is below the current market for this charitable event.  At the end of the 2-week virtual event the pricing will return to current



Available Limited Editions* from 1998-2020. Pulled from Zener Studio’s personal collection of hand selected prints. Limited edition prints are usually original artworks that an artist develops in a specific print medium. There is always a limited number of prints available of this particular artwork for purchase.

* Open edition prints are a selection of artworks that can be repeatedly reproduced.

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Monoprint: One-of-a-kind fine art printing technique that transfers a unique design onto a sheet of paper.

Mixed Media (Pencil on Print): Lithography print from Magnolia Editions with hand-drawn elements

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Photography: Eric Zener imagery from 2008

Resins: Mixed Media resin, ink, photography and often gold and silver leafing, produce a unique vehicle to capture light and depth. Eric Zener has been creating resins at Trillium Graphics since 1996

Aluminum Prints: Curated imagery from original paintings printed on Aluminum metal

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Oil Paintings – Fine Art

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The term artist proof is used in connection with limited edition prints. It is a common practice that an artist keeps 10-15% out of a limited print edition for their own use. These prints are called artist proofs or épreuve d’artiste.

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The term trial proof refers to a print which is pulled during the printing process of an edition and altered through changes to color and/or
com posit ion. All trial proofs are a unique prints because of the transformations made during printing.

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Magnolia Editions: Traditional lithography prints created in 1997 by Magnolia Editions in Oakland

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