5571 Wing Lake Road, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48301-1250
Artists represented: Jack Beal, Randy Bolton, Richard Bosman, Nancy Campbell, Susan Crile, Martha Diamond, Connor Everts, Janet Fish, Sondra Freckelton, John Glick, Jane E. Goldman, C.Dennis Guastella, Keiko Hara, John Himmelfarb, Sue Hirtzel, Sidney Hurwitz, Yvonne Jacquette, Hugh Kepets, Catherine Kernan, Clinton Kuopus, Daniel Lang, Ann Mikolowski, Jim Nawara, Lucille Procter Nawara, Marcia Neblett, Don Nice, Katja Oxman, Endi Poskovic, Mary Prince, Mel Rosas, Jonathan Santlofer, Phyllis Seltzer, Hunt Slonem, Steven Sorman, Norman Stewart, Paul Stewart
Stewart & Stewart is a printer/publisher and dealer of fine art prints, specializing in screenprinting and archival pigment printing. Since 1980, Norman Stewart, artist/masterprinter, and his partner, Susan Stewart, a graphic designer, have invited artists to create fine print editions in their Bloomfield Hills, Michigan studio. Stewart & Stewart prints are noted for a painterly approach to screenprinting and archival pigment printing; the skillful use of vibrant, transparent inks; and comprehensive print documentation. Stewart & Stewart involves the artist in every creative step of the printing process, transforming the image as it develops. The resulting fine prints retain each artist’s unique style and painterly “hand.”
2016 marks Stewart & Stewart’s 35th anniversary of printing and publishing fine prints with fine artists from across the United States. Stewart & Stewart is one of the first printer/publishers inducted into the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) in New York and is among the longest running printer/publishers in North America. The Detroit Institute of Arts mounted two exhibitions of its fine print publications in 1990 (10th anniversary) and 2005 (25th anniversary).
Stewart & Stewart editions are purchased and collected by a global list of museums, galleries, art consultants, corporations and private collectors. Along with screenprinting, the firm has published fine print editions and monoprints in cliché-verre, intaglio, lithography, archival pigment printing, and maintains a select inventory of additional work consigned from distinguished artists.
The print shop and artist’s residence are in the historical country setting of what originally was the gardeners’ quarters of the Book Family summer estate north of Detroit, Michigan, built in 1923 and later owned by Edsel Ford. Its living quarters enable visiting artists to work intensively on printmaking projects as well as relax at nearby Wing Lake.