Printmaking lets you produce “multiple originals” of artwork you create on metal, stone, wood, linoleum, fabric, or other materials and then print them on such support surfaces as paper, fabric, parchment, plastic, or walls.
You’re invited to delve into the traditional arts that comprise printmaking, including silk screening, engraving, etching, wood cutting, and lithography. Or you can investigate more experimental techniques. Or both.
Crazy Soup linocut
At work in the printmaking studio
At work on the press
Revealing the print
A mixed-media installation
Printing a litho
In the studio
Single etching press
Creating a lithograph
Prof. John Roberts firing up the steamroller
Steamrolling a print
Lifting a steamrolled print
Lifting the print after it's been steamroller pressed