Concentration in Printmaking
Printmaking is a media that incorporates and builds on traditional processes and its connection with drawing and painting, while investigating contemporary advances. While utilizing and synthesizing new technologies in photography and non-toxic printmaking, students explore relief, intaglio and planagraphic processes in the forms of monotype, linoleum cut, wood cut, collagraph, etching, aquatint, dry point, and silkscreen.
Printmaking is a process intensive media and students are encouraged to explore and embrace this unique vocabulary of image making while investigating relationships with other media. For the student concentrating in Printmaking, related and recommended courses include traditional Drawing, Painting, Photography, Paper Making and The Artistic Book, which will foster a comprehensive investigation and realization of this graphic media.
For more information contact Professor Scot Bennett at Bennett_Scot@roberts.edu