Intaglio by Jewelry Artists
Metal Plates and Printed Lines
This article examines the work of four jewelry artists—Jim Bové, Lynn Batchelder, Jamie Scherzer, and Jaydan Moore—who integrate printmaking as a form of drawing, documentation, and dialogue between the two-dimensional and three-dimensional realms. The author draws upon the similarities of how every artist’s work is connected to printmaking. Each has integrated this discipline into their technical lexicon through the printing and inking of a matrix, built upon intaglio processes.