Printmaking is a media that incorporates and builds on traditional processes and its connection with drawing and painting, while investigating contemporary advances.

While using new technologies in photography and non-toxic printmaking, you will explore relief, intaglio and planagraphic processes in the forms of:

  • monotype
  • linoleum cut
  • wood cut
  • collagraph
  • etching
  • aquatint
  • dry point
  • silkscreen 

You will be encouraged to explore and embrace printmaking while investigating relationships with other media.

Related and recommended courses that will foster a full understanding of this media include:

  • Traditional Drawing
  • Painting
  • Photography
  • Paper Making
  • The Artistic Book


For more information, contact:

Scot Bennett, M.F.A., Professor of Art
585.594.6441 |

Scot Bennett considers being an active producing studio artist a requisite for teaching in the visual arts. His work combines the vocabulary of traditional and representational religious symbol with contemporary formalist mark-making in a dynamic exploration of his faith. He has an extensive exhibition record with work exhibited in galleries and churches both locally and at the region level. Professor Bennett enjoys leading the Art in Context trips, which have traveled to locations including Paris, London, Rome, Florence, Venice, Prague, Berlin, Munich, Dresden, and Madrid. Read more about Professor Bennett.