Corinne Rhodes is an artist-printmaker and runs Cherry Press Printmaking Workshop in Rutland, MA. For the past three years she has been immersed in developing techniques and materials for non-toxic lithography, which she teaches at Cherry Press and other printmaking workshops, colleges/universities and art schools/institutions.
Rhodes runs Cherry Press printmaking workshop in Rutland, MA. She studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and Tufts University, the University of New Mexico and Tamarind Institute of Lithography. Rhodes teaches non-toxic Century Plate lithography, traditional lithography and other printmaking techniques at Cherry Press, Bennington College, EFA-Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop and RISD. Rhodes has taught Century Plate demonstrations and workshops at Brandeis University, Rhode Island College, RISD, Zea Mays Printmaking and elsewhere.
Rhodes exhibits her artwork nationally, including at Exit Art, Evanston Art Center, Fitchburg Museum of Art, New Mexico State University, University of New Mexico, University of Wisconsin and Wheaton College. She has exhibited internationally in Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom, including curatorial work at Instituto México Norte Americano de Relaciones Culturales and two juried exhibitions at the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo León, in Monterrey, México. She has painted murals in the US and México.
She is a recipient of grants from ArtsWorcester’s Material Needs, Bennington College, Brigit Skiold Memorial Trust, the British Arts Council, Dublin City Council, and the Lower East Side Printshop’s Key Holder Residency Program. She published Cherry Press: Century Plate Lithography Part 1 in July 2019 and is served as a juror for the Massachusetts Cultural Council's Drawing & Printmaking Fellowship Panel in the fall of 2019. Rhodes joined Bennington as a Technical Instructor in Printmaking in Fall 2018.