Artists in Residence
A painter, printmaker, and public sculptor, Audrey Flack was a Grossman Artist who worked at and collaborated with EPI in the spring of 2015. A recipient of numerous awards and academic degrees, Flack is best known for her pioneer-work in photorealism, depicting such household items as tubes of lipstick, dessert, and most commonly, fruit.
Willie Cole is a renowned contemporary sculptor and visual artist from New Jersey. A recipient of the David C. Driskell national prize (David C. Driskell had also worked at EPI), Cole’s work in noted for its contributions to African-American art and history. Willie Cole was an EPI Artist in Residence in 2012-2013, producing work that […]
An elusive artist by the stylized pen name of Eko, the Mexico City painter and printmaker utilizes media and graphics to explore the contrasting themes and relationships between art forms and technology. An artist in Residence in 2014, Eko produced several posters which may be found here.
Jamaal Barber, an artist from Atlanta, Georgia, was an Artist in Residence at EPI in 2015, working alongside Jase Clark and Curlee Holton on a series of screen printing images. With a background in communication arts, graphic design, and illustration, Barber’s work is highly symbolic and stylized. To view his prints for sale, click here.
The acclaimed artist and professor, Richard Mayhew was an artist in resident at the Experimental Printmaking Institute in 2012 and again in 2014. Mayhew has taught art courses at the Pennsylvania State University, Hunter College, and the Brooklyn Museum Art School. To view Richard’s prints available for purchase, click here.
Best known for her narrative quilts, Faith Ringgold is an acclaimed African American artist whose work ranges from painting to quilts, sculpture, and performance art. Faith has worked with Curlee Holton and Jase Clark on a series of prints composed during her residence as a Grossman Artist and in consecutive years to follow. To view […]
Experimental Printmaking Institute Artist, David C. Driskell is a scholar and artist concentrated in African-American art. He is an emeritus professor at the University of Maryland, College Park and the recipient of National Humanities Medal. Driskell has worked with EPI for over ten years, producing artwork which may be found here.
The acclaimed sculptor, painter, and installation artist, Alison Saar was the Grossman Artist and Experimental Printmaking Institute Artist in Residence for the 2015/2016 academic year. In the course of her time at Lafayette College, the artist worked in collaboration with Jase Clark and Mary Ann L. Miller to create an edition of books featuring the […]
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