Poehlman Press has produced prints that have been exhibited at museums, including: the Chinese American Museum, the Pasadena Museum of California Art, the Santa Monica Museum, the Whitney Museum, the Hammer Museum, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), UCR California Museum of Photography, and the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA).
He has also executed large printing and finishing decor projects for Fresh Paint, Film Art, Evert Fine Art, Paragone Gallery, Anne Mennealy Art Consultant, Ink, and Carrie Livingston Design always on time and never over budget.
Poehlman has consulted with the following artists: Amir Fallah, Robbie Conal, Barbara Rogers, Julian Hoeber, Kristian Burford, Colin Snapp, Brian Mann, Dan Merriam, Dwyer Kilcollin, Hannah Collins, James Starrett, Jennifer Boysen, Judy Stabile, Lauren Bon, Lita Albuquerque, Lucas Reiner, Marilyn Neal, Matt Fishbeck, Nancy Power, Pam Davis Kivelson, Steve Grodey, Ruth Mayer, and Samantha Thomas.
A testimonial from Colin Snapp:
For the better part of a decade I have worked with NY based print studio Griffin Editions. After moving from New York to LA last January, I was initially skeptical that I wouldn’t find a studio in LA that compared. This all changed when I was referred to Poehlman printing press. The first project I worked on with was a series of 6ft by 4ft digital c-prints and I was immediately struck with their precision and overall concern with getting things right. Before working with Poehlman I had never experienced a printer who was as concerned with the quality of the print as I am as the artist.
Since the first the series of C-prints, I have worked on many projects with Poehlman Press ranging in sizes and materials. Poehlman Press has always been able to accommodate this extreme level of diversity within my artistic practice. I recently worked with Poehlman Press on an exhibition in NY titled National Charter. The show is comprised of 18 poster size pigment prints prints on Hahnemuhle rag paper. Poehlman was able to produce these works in a very shot time period while still maintaining meticulous attention to detail-right down to the most minute tonal adjustments.
The director of Poehlman Press, Jalal, has a more extensive knowledge of the printing process than anyone I have ever met. Furthermore he is patient, easy to work with and prices are always cost effective.
If you want your images to turn out right at an affordable price, I highly recommend working with this highly skilled professional. I feel very lucky to have discovered Poehlman Press, and I will most definitely continue working with this studio in the future.
Some images from Colin Snapp’s exhibition, National Charter:
For more images from the show, go to The Journal Inc.