Printmaking

Matt Stake     Vern Osborne    Claire Kerekey     Laura Arthur    Malenka Kaydan    Andrea Burdette

The Printmaking program at Ashland University offers students the opportunity to become proficient in a wide range of techniques and hone the necessary critical thinking, and problem solving skills to become a successful artist.  Printmaking majors will merge advanced printmaking techniques with a meaningful exploration of content that will result in a serious body of work that helps prepare them for work as practicing artists, art educators, and graduate students.    

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Printmaking Facilities:

  • Lithography studio equipped with a 24”x48” Takach Press.
  • Etching and relief studio (with attached acid room) equipped with a 36”x72” Ettan Press, a 16”x30” Brand Press, and an 18”x48” Hughes and Kimber Press. 

 

Primary Areas of Study:

  • Relief (wood & linoleum cuts)
  • Intaglio (etching, drypoint, mezzotint)
  • Lithography (aluminum & polyester plates)
  • There is also the opportunity to work with serigraphy, monotype, and mixed media printmaking.