Arlen Austin's work includes
printmaking, sculptural installation, and performance video. He
has exhibited widely in New York and internationally and has taught
printmaking classes at Middlebury College and Columbia University,
where he received his MFA. arlenaustin.com
Ann Aspinwall exhibits and teaches workshops internationally.
Recently a Print Specialist at The New York Public Library, she
is currently a printer at Pace Prints. annaspinwall.com
Kathy Caraccio is a collage artist
and master printer. In her Printing Studio in NYC she has collaborated
with and editioned for over two hundred artists, such as Louise
Nevelson, Robert Kipniss, Emma Amos, Sol LeWitt, and Jackie Battenfield.
She has taught printmaking at Columbia University, the National
Academy of Fine Art, NYU, Pratt Institute, FIT, the Lower East Side
Printshop, Parsons and Womens Studio Workshop.
Sheila Goloborotko teaches and
exhibits inter-nationally. Her work is in the permanent collections
of the San Francisco Modern Art Museum, Brooklyn Museum of Art,
Museum of Modern Art, New York Public Library, Mashida Museum in
Tokyo, Museo del Grabado in Buenos Aires and the Stedelijk Museum
in Amsterdam. She teaches at Pratt Institute and is a resident artist
at the Museu Lasar Segall in São Paulo. She conducts workshops
at Goloborotko’s Studios, founded in Brooklyn since 1989.
Roni Henning is the director
and master printer of Henning Screen Print Workshop, NY, and is
the author of two books on waterbased screenprinting. She has taught
printmaking at New York Institute of Technology, and workshops at
Rutgers University, Parsons School of Design, and many other universities
and institutes throughout the country. ronihenning.com
Erik Hougen, the Printshop’s part-time Printer, holds a BFA in Painting from Minnesota State University Moorhead, MN. Hougen is an artist, educator and printer. Since 2006, he has worked as a printer for the studios of Kathy Caraccio, Pace Prints, Howling Print Studio, Donald Baechler, and KaiKai Kiki Studio (Takashi Murakami). He has taught printmaking techniques at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, and LaGuardia Community College, Queens, NY.
Justin Israels is an artist and a printer at Pace Editions in NYC. He has collaborated with Tara Donovan, Jim Dine, Donald Baechler, Ghada Amer, Reza Farkhondeh and many others on a variety of different projects.
Lisa Mackie is an artist who has taught printmaking internationally.
She is the proprietor of Lisa H. Mackie Studios, where she works
with international artists, and specializes in monotypes and experimental
Lothar Osterburg is active as
artist, teacher and master printer in photogravure and etching.
He has had solo exhibitions at Lesley Heller Gallery and Moeller
Fine Art in NY, as well as throughout the US. He has worked as a
master printer at Crown Point Press and other workshops in the US
and operates his own workshop in New York, where he has worked with
artists such as Lorna Simpson, William Wegman, Judy Pfaff, Lee Friedlander,
Zoe Leonard and Adam Fuss. In addition to teaching photogravure
workshops throughout the country, he is a faculty member at Bard
College and Cooper Union. lotharosterburgphotogravure.com
Sarah Nicole Phillips is a interdisciplinary artist who exhibits
widely in Canada and the US. A former artist in residence at the
Lower East Side Printshop, she has also worked as an artist-educator
at Rostow & Jung Akua Water-based Ink. sarahnicolephillips.com
Justin Sanz is a Brooklyn-based
artist who exhibits locally and internationally. His work is in
the collections of the Library of Congress and New York Public Library.
Sanz also works as a studio technician for artist Malcolm Morley,
and as a collaborative printer and educator at the Robert Blackburn
Miriam Schaer is an artist whose
sculptural approach to books incorporates a variety of media and
found objects. She has exhibited her work and taught workshops internationally.
April Vollmer is an artist who
lives and works on the Lower East Side. She gives many workshops
in Moku Hanga/Japanese woodblock and exhibits her work around the