Esther S White

12322856_10102150336430352_5627117623710276692_oEsther S White makes work in series; her current work in printmaking and textiles explore motherhood, women’s work, and the decorative arts; walking the line between fine art and crafts. She recently completed a two-year project, printing a portfolio of over 400 monotypes dealing with chronic pain that depict the artist’s hand in a kaleidoscope of colors. She also makes copier art and publishes short-run, collaborative artists’ books at Sister Sister Books in Northampton, MA. Esther is the founder of Fugitive Arts, a transient curatorial project dedicated to promoting the work of underground and emerging artists in the Pioneer Valley.

Esther studied printmaking and photography at Barnard College, Columbia University (B.A. 2007), and the International Center of Photography. She is a member of the Northampton Arts Council as well as Boston Printmakers, the Monotype Guild of New England, and the Surface Design Association. Esther lives and works in Northampton, MA. For more information: