Printmaking: Related Content
Josie Bunnell ’19 spoke to On-Campus Reporter Halley Le ’25 about her collaboration with artist Raphaella Brice on Black Freedom, Black Madonna & the Black Child of Hope, a 16-foot tall mural now displayed outside of the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington.
Josie Bunnell '19 has collaborated with fellow artist Raphaella Brice on a mural commissioned by the Burlington City Arts and the city's Office of Racial Equity, Inclusion and Belonging as part of the Juneteenth celebration.
Farah Mohammad '16 has been featured in an interview for The News International.
The Yellowstone Art Museum (YAM) in Billings, Montana, will exhibit a woodblock print by Mira Darham '19.
In a partnership with the Vermont Arts Exchange (VAE), In Short, the Minor opens at the North Bennington Train Depot and runs through the weekend.
Thorsten Dennerline will be showing work at the Editions / Artists' Books Fair this week in New York City. His new book, A Cloud in Trousers, written by Vladimir Mayakovsky and translated by Michael Dumanis, will be on display.
Training Wheels, a Vermont Arts Exchange exhibition of print work by ten Advanced Printmaking students from Bennington College, will open at the Bennington Train Depot. The show will kick off with a reception on Wednesday, December 2 at 7:30 pm and runs through February 29, by appointment.
Sarah Amos is an Australian artist who lives and works in both Vermont, USA and Australia.
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.
Professional printmaker with vast experience in professional fine art print studios and who has studied at the Tamarind Institute
Arthur Larson is a letterpress printer and compositor. He specializes in the fine press printing of artist’s books for a variety of clients. In addition, he teaches, gives workshops, and trains apprentices.
Thorsten Dennerline produces paintings, drawings, and artists’ books. The main focus of his work originates from an interest in poetry, which has led to collaborative projects with writers in book form, and in paintings and drawing projects that explore the poetic possibilities of the landscape.
Jesse Connor's work is driven by both the emotional, transformative power of the landscape, and the process of improvisation with composition and materials.
Julia Ferrari, artist, poet, letterpress printer, has been making handmade books for the past 30 years.