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Fine art print flat files


The art here was printed and published at Pele Prints. All of the prints are for sale. Please contact us for pricing and current availability.

"Biomorphic in nature, Gina Korakian-Melnyk’s prints explore notions of seriality, color, and the relationship between forms. Sheets of paper (60 x 18 inches), comparable to the height and width of the artist, are paneled together in sets of six, two, or remain singular. They are composed of printed forms Korakian-Melnyk refers to as “nodes”. Varying in three sizes, the phallic, vegetative, and tubular forms converge, protrude, and populate the fields of paper like growths or markers. The nodes, or family of forms, are printed in subtle hues of blue and green, and tones of earth and flesh. Layers slowly build, creating dense areas juxtaposed against fields of translucency, evoking a sense of quiet and contemplation."

– Andrea Green, Director, Visiting Artists Program, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago


Gina Korakian-Melnyk was born in Racine, Wisconsin. She received her B.A. from the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC where she focused her attention on printmaking and costume design. Gina moved to St. Louis in 2000 to pursue her Masters in printmaking and drawing at Washington University. She completed her degree in 2002. Since graduation, Gina has pursued her interests in the arts both as an artist and an arts administrator. She has exhibited her work extensively in St. Louis, as well as Chicago, Washington State, New York, Washington DC, and South Carolina.

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