Laine Groeneweg

Laine Groeneweg

Laine Groeneweg is a Hamilton-based artist, collaborator and educator. He has worked with some of the most recognized names in Canadian contemporary art, as well as developed a reputation for his energetic and audacious printmaking practice. 

Following his Bachelor of Fine Arts studies at York University with a focus on new media and video studies Laine returned to the traditional studio art environment in 2009 and trained as a professional printmaker at the prestigious Fondazione Il Bisonte Per Lo Studio DellArte Grafica in Florence, Italy.  Since then he has worked extensively as a technician, teacher and master printer at some of Canadas most renowned printmaking studios, including Open Studio in Toronto and Centre[3] for Print and Media in Hamilton. 

In 2013, Laine founded Smokestack Studio which has grown to become one of the most dynamic collaborative art production spaces in Canadian art.  This multi-faceted studio specialized in print-focused art projects with artists and fully embraces both the traditional and digital production environments.  With years of knowledge in both digital and analog processes, Laine works directly with artists to help them realize their vision through technical and collaborative support.
Laine Groeneweg is a Hamilton-based artist, collaborator and educator. He has worked with some of the most recognized names in Canadian contemporary art, as well as developed a reputation for his energetic and audacious printmaking practice. 

Following his Bachelor of Fine Arts studies at York University with a focus on new media and video studies Laine returned to the traditional studio art environment in 2009 and trained as a professional printmaker at the prestigious Fondazione Il Bisonte Per Lo Studio DellArte Grafica in Florence, Italy.  Since then he has worked extensively as a technician, teacher and master printer at some of Canadas most renowned printmaking studios, including Open Studio in Toronto and Centre[3] for Print and Media in Hamilton. 

In 2013, Laine founded Smokestack Studio which has grown to become one of the most dynamic collaborative art production spaces in Canadian art.  This multi-faceted studio specialized in print-focused art projects with artists and fully embraces both the traditional and digital production environments.  With years of knowledge in both digital and analog processes, Laine works directly with artists to help them realize their vision through technical and collaborative support.