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Art Hazelwood

Art Hazelwood is a San Francisco artist, curator and social activist. Much of his work in recent years has focused on protest of the Iraq war, the plight of the homeless, and social satire.

His prints are in many public collections including the New York Public Library, Stanford Special Collections Library and The Library of Congress, RSDI Museum, Yale Special Collections Library, and The Whitney Museum of American Art.


social satire woodcut, stock investor dancing past homeless person on street, by Art Hazelwood

Corn Mesa

linocut, 2013,
Image size: 12 x 9
edition of 18
$300

Satirical image of Liberty bound and tied up by soldiers, etching and linocut print by Art Hazelwood

Liberty Brought to Baghdad

linocut, 2006
18 ” x 18”, edition of 20,
$350

 

social satire woodcut, stock investor dancing past homeless person on street, by Art Hazelwood

In the Rockies

linocut, 2014
Image size: 12 x 9
edition of 15
$300


etching and linocut printstylized view of war scene from Fallujah, by Art Hazelwood


The Battle of Foulujah

etching & engraving, 2006
24” x 14”
$400


woodcut nudes on thai beach

Thai Beach

Woodcut, 2000
edition of 50
Image size: 7" x 9½"
$100

Beast of Hatred, by Art Hazelwood

Beast of Hatred

printed on  Lenox paper edition of 7...
open edition printed on non-archival paper,
$500 
 
color woodcut social satire showing one of the four humors, by Art Hazelwood

The Four Humors - Sanguine

(from the series)
34” x 22 1/2”
color linocut, 2004
$450
woodcut roller bladers on Venice beach

Venice Boardwalk

linocut print
edition of 15
Image size: 8" x 10"
$100
social commentary on addiction and death skeleton woodcut by Art Hazelwood

Addiction

linocut
edition of 15
Image size: 9"x 6"
$150
In the Balance, linocut by Art Hazelwood

In the Balance

linocut, , edition of 25
14 1/4” x 18”
$250
Original works of art by exceptional contemporary printmakers.