located in Riverdale, Bronx, New York, is a publisher and
printer of Fine Art prints and Fabric multiples. The studio has a lithography press and 3 embroidery machines with the capacity for hand printed
lithography, woodcut, linoleum cut, pochoir printing
and embroidery, including large format inkjet printing.
SOLO Impression was founded in
1975 by Judith Solodkin, the first
woman to graduate from the Tamarind Institute as a Master Lithographer.
Rodney Doyle continues to add his expertise to
SOLO Impression. In addition to publishing, SOLO
Impression contracts to print editions for artists and
SOLO Impression takes a collaborative
approach working closely with the artist to develop their images to
their fullest. The printers guide the artist through sometimes unfamiliar
territory, acquainting the artist with the multitude of possibilities,
suggesting innovative and experimental techniques. On approval by
the artist limited editions are printed and documentation provided.
Works published by SOLO Impression
have appeared in museums and exhibitions throughout the world, and
can be found in private and public collections such as the Museum
of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum, the Whitney Museum of Fine
Art, the New York Public Library Print Collection, the Boston Museum
of Fine Arts, the Library of Congress, the National Gallery of Art,
the Biblioteque Nationale, and the Tate Gallery to name a few.