A one woman print shop
Skyline Printworks is a small fine-art printmaking studio based in Bellingham, Washington. The artist, Sarah Finger, studied geology and printmaking at Whitman College in Walla Walla. Her time spent studying minerals, geomorphology, hydrology, and other earth processes strongly influences her work, as does her passion for outdoor pursuits such as skiing, climbing, mountain biking, hiking, and organic farming.
The majority of prints created in the Skyline Printworks studio are relief prints, carved from either linoleum or wood. When carving is complete, the blocks are inked by hand with nontoxic ink and printed by hand on archival, hand-torn papers. Due to the lack of mechanized equipment, prints are created in small limited editions.