David's New Rochelle

Mesh Print Studios began as a screen-printing facility. How did you get involved with the art form?

I’ve always been interested in art, but took very few classes. As an English/History major I was looking at doing Teach for America, or going back to school for a PhD to become a doctor. But my heart wasn’t in that. I studied art history on my own and got interested in print as a medium and topic—going back to the Gutenberg press and even earlier, as a technology for information dissemination. Prints are powerful.

As a New Rochelle native, what are your goals for Mesh Print Studios and the community?

I see Mesh as a way to interact with the community. New Rochelle has an art history, and I want to carry it on with the millennial generation and art they’d be interested in.

I’m trying to turn the studio into a place to gather for music and art—I want to give it a makerspace feel with 3D printing and laser engraving. I want to give the Millennials of Westchester access to something they’d have to go to Brooklyn or Manhattan to get.

Mesh Print Studio

47 Potter Ave.
New Rochelle, NY 10801

Tel: 914.712.8788
Email: meshprintstudio@gmail.com

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