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 J. Purmal Piek  (20th century)

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Lived/Active: Arizona      Known for: lithographer

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Biography from Southwest Graphics Collection:
Biography: PIEK
J. Purmal Piek did her undergraduate and graduate studies in the field of Fine Art and became the third woman in the United States to become a Tamarind Master Printer from Tamarind Institute, University of New Mexico.

After moving to New Mexico, Ms Piek started acquainting herself with the countryside by sketching, painting, and photographing. Gradually she came to know and appreciate the Indians of the region through their arts and crafts and especially in their religious ceremonies. Because of her interest in the art of hand lithography, she decided to translate her images of the Southwest into this medium. Her lithographs reflect the clarity of light and brilliant skies in contrast to the forceful substance of the earth and architecture of the pueblo country.

Permal co-founded Southwest Graphics Workshop in Scottsdale, Arizona, the first private lithographic workshop in the state of Arizona.

Unquestionably, Ms Piek's heart is in the Southwest, especially in the pueblo country, although her travels have taken her to other parts of the country, she feels that the more cultures of the world she comes to know, the greater her understanding will be for the Southwest.

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