Mark Graver is an award-winning artist printmaker from St. Albans UK and now based in Kerikeri, New Zealand where he runs the Wharepuke Print Studio and Art at Wharepuke gallery.
He studied at Leeds Polytechnic (BA Hons Fine Art 1985-88) and Camberwell College of Arts (MA Printmaking 1994-95)
He is author of Non-Toxic Printmaking (2011, London, A&C Black).
Currently his work focuses on hybrid print practices and correspondences between digital and traditional technologies, video, and sound with interest concentrated at the point where these approaches meet and cross.
His work is held in many international public collections including the V&A Museum, London.