Thursday, March 18, 2010


The Indiana University Southeast Printmaking Department and Rolling Knob Press are excited to be hosting a four day visit by David Morrison to our shop, April 12 - 16. David will be creating an edition for Rolling Knob Press, a multi-plate/stone lithograph, and meeting with drawing and printmaking students to discuss their work. Below are two of David's prints that were exhibited in the Passion and Process: Impressions from America's Master Printmakers at Louisville's Water Tower in 2006.

Iconic Bracelet No. 1

Iconic Bracelet No. 2

David is currently Professor of Art at the Herron School of Art, Indiana University/Purdue University at Indianapolis. His work has shown in numerous international, national, and solo exhibitions in which he has received over seventy awards. His work is included in numerous public and private collections and he has been a visiting lecturer and guest artist at a number of universities. David graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1985 with Master of Fine Arts and from the University of South Dakota with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1981.


Cynthia Kukla said...

I am glad David Morrison is your visiting artist.
I should know David, I graduated from UW-Madison in 1983. I took Lloyd Menard's printmaking class, though it may have been around 1981. It was fabulous, anything Lloyd does is fabulous.

brian h. jones said...

Hey, Cynthia, good to hear from you. Yeah, we're looking forward to David's visit. He does beautiful work and is currently involved with some nonobjective imagery, so it'll be an extremely engaging week. I'll post the finished print when we're done. Come back and take a look.

Connie said...

Is this one of his Brian? I'm sooooo hoping that this is something along the style he'll be making while he's there! I love that piece. And how the heck did he do something like this one? I mean, REALLY! Mine don't pop off the paper the way this does.

Connie said...

This is interesting. It's 'waterless' lithography? I guess it's supposed to be less time consuming and more ecofriendly?

brian h. jones said...

Yes, Connie, that is David's work, although what he'll be doing in our shop is a nonobjective image. It'll be a great learning experience for all of us.