UPDATE…SGCI Silent Auction.

This year SGCI is trying something new. They are holding a silent auction of members' work during the conference. I was honored to be asked to donate a print for this cause. There are a TON of amazing printmakers in this list, so this is a real honor! SGCI is such an amazing organization and... Continue Reading →

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Lenore Thomas visiting artist…

Recently we hosted visiting artist Lenore Thomas. Lenore is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Pittsburgh. I've known Lenore for a while now, and we have been talking about visiting each other's schools for a long time, so it was really great to finally have her in the WVU Printshop! Lenore brought A... Continue Reading →

WVU Alumni Jennifer Rockage McGhee visit…

On Monday March 19 Jennifer Rockage McGhee visited the WVU School of Art and Design. Art History Professor Dr. Janet Snyder invited Jennifer as a part of Snyder's Print Art History course this semester. Jennifer was one of my graduate students, and received her MFA in Printmaking from WVU. Jennifer is an independent artist living... Continue Reading →

Visiting Artist at UNC Pembroke (PART TWO)…

Recently I was asked to be a visiting artist at the University of North Carolina Pembroke. The shop is run by printmaker extraordinaire Brandon Sanderson, who also runs an amazing visiting artist program. Additionally, this was the first visit I was able to share with a student. This visit wouldn't have happened without current MFA... Continue Reading →

Visiting Artist at UNC Pembroke (PART ONE)…

Recently I was asked to be a visiting artist at the University of North Carolina Pembroke. The shop is run by printmaker extraordinaire Brandon Sanderson, who also runs an amazing visiting artist program. Additionally, this was the first visit I was able to share with a student. This visit wouldn't have happened without current MFA... Continue Reading →

WVU glass case exhibition: Todd Herzberg…

We are continuing our recent tradition of asking current MFA students from around the country to show their work in our glass cases. Big thank you to Todd Herzberg (MFA at the University of Kentucky) for showing his amazing lithographs! Todd is graduating this semester and will be presenting at this year’s SGCI Conference. Todd's... Continue Reading →

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