Alice Nicholson-Galick

Into the Wild
18×12 collagraph, 2010


Drawing from nature and the figure my work reflects interpretations and abstractions of space and color and light. Presently I am working in woodcut but I explore and combine all methods of printmaking. I layer my images in transparent color and use the monotype for it’s unique possibilities. As my images become repeated in series it is often with a different thought added as in a conversation that continues through a body of work. I have begun to incorporate recent travels and the marshes and water that surround my home.


Alice Nicholson Galick lives in East Falmouth, Ma and came to Cape Cod after teaching art in Connecticut, Virginia and North Carolina. Introduced to printmaking during the renaissance of printmaking in the 1970s in graduate school, she has worked with artists in assistantships at Penland and workshops around New England. A member of the Printmakers of Cape Cod, Boston Printmakers and MGNE she exhibits around New England. She has participated in invitational and solo shows,and won awards in many juried and National shows. Her work is in collections public and private around the US and Europe.