First has to be AzureGrackle, she has been in the favourite sellers list for forever now! She doesn't really work with lino, but with wood-cut-printing instead. She uses transluesent layers of design to build up beautiful pieces of art. She offers a wide variety of items in her shop, making her work available to every person of every budget, and she has done collaborative work with fellow Etsy-artist: Procynidae. She also has great presentation - I her listings, she shows pictures of the actual wood-carved pieces that she used to print. I'm a huge fan of "seeing the process" - it gives tingles! AzureGrackle also has a blog where you can read up on updates.
mLee is another lovely wood-cut print-artist, who also works in mixed media. Like previously mentioned artist, she shows her carved blocks and the process (which I love lol). The piece that really caught my eye was "ooooh Ginkgos", which is done on japanese paper with torn edges. Despite how busy the layers may look, I find the overall appeal of the piece to be very calming and relaxing. mLee was also a featured artist on Etsy - a wonderful privlege - so I'm not the only one whos eye she has caught. She has recently (very recently) opened up a second store, where she is selling prints of some of her pieces, making her artwork more accessible to everyone - I love artists like that! She also has a lovely blog, where you can read into her life and art updates - and she includes lots of pictures of her workspace! :)
I hoped you liked my little print-artist "share"...now I'm off to sketch up some more ideas! I got lino-syndrome!