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Printmaking students link their creative ideas to intaglio and relief processes. Print content is determined by your personal creative interests.

You will learn etching, drypoint, aquatint, linocut, woodcut, and collagraph techniques, and are introduced to a variety of tools for creating plates and blocks. Japanese and European papers are used in both hand-printing and on an intaglio press. Sketchbooks play an important role in helping you to identify the appropriate process for a particular print project.

Portfolios of professional artists' prints are viewed in class. A range of critique approaches is employed to help you produce the strongest possible images.

The class culminates in the completion of print portfolios that reflect your interests and your mastery of printmaking techniques.

Printmaking Gallery


/ Department of Art

The Department of Art is located at 
33 Collegeview Rd.

Office Hours
M - F: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.


Margarita Vilshanetskaya
Administrative Assistant
33 Collegeview Rd.
p/ 614.823.1792
e/ vilshanetskaya@otterbein.edu 

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