Printmaking

Located in the Sawyer Fine Arts Center, the printmaking studio offers students a well-lighted and convenient area for classes and individual work. Since printmaking began in Europe in the 15th century, it has been re-invented and re-born several times, especially as working artist-printmakers have introduced new technologies and new approaches to the medium.

At the introductory level, printmaking students study the four basic printmaking areas: intaglio, stone lithography, relief and screenprinting. Students also study original contemporary and old master prints.

As students progress through the curriculum, they advance to new processes, techniques and materials, including: monotypes, collagraphy, chine-collé, multicolor printing, and papermaking. In the advanced courses, students are encouraged to explore and experiment with other process of historical and contemporary interest.

Brianna Courey

Brianna Courey

My current body of works centers around two different types of printmaking, collagraph and monotype.