Thomas Norulak Aquatint Etchings Including "Bicentennial Traffic Light I," 1976
Thomas J. Norulak (New Jersey/Pennsylvania, 20th/21st century)
Bicentennial Traffic Light I, 1976; Bicentennial Traffic Light II, 1976; Smithfield Street Bridge, 2016
Three etchings with aquatint on paper
Each signed to lower right margin
Numbered 46/50, 23/50, and 2/25, respectively
Titles inscribed to lower center margins
Born in Newark, New Jersey, Norulak is a Pittsburgh transplant, who is an active printmaker. After receiving his Bachelors of Fine Arts from Carnegie Mellon University, he briefly lived in Philadelphia. Returning to Pittsburgh in the 1980s, Tom began a commercial screen printing business and actively exhibited throughout the 1990s. He has held teaching positions at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Seton Hill University, Carnegie Mellon University, and Carnegie Museum of Art. His work has been exhibited at selected national shows at well-respected galleries, museums, universities, and art centers.
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