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Descriptive Summary

Historical Note

Scope and Content Note

Organization of Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Collaborative Editions

Exquisite Corpse

Faculty Print Suite: Prints From the Edge

Veinticinco

Visiting Artists

University of Texas San Antonio

A Guide to the UTSA. Department of Art and Art History Printmaking Collection, 1983-2012



Descriptive Summary

Creator: University of Texas at San Antonio. Department of Art and Art History
Title: UTSA. Department of Art and Art History Printmaking Collection
Dates: 1983-2012
Creator Abstract: The Department of Art and Art History dates back to the earliest years of the University of Texas at San Antonio. The studio art curriculum was designed to prepare students for either professional careers in studio art or for teaching. The main fields of concentration have included painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, printmaking, and ceramics.
Content Abstract: The UTSA. Department of Art and Art History Printmaking Collection consists of 100 fine art prints in five suites. These prints were either collected or produced by members of the Art Department, and were created using a variety of printmaking techniques, including lithography, intaglio, etching, and serigraphy.
Identification: UA 10.01.02
Extent: 100 prints (approximately 6.67 linear feet in 5 oversize folders)
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Historical Note

The Department of Art and Art History, part of the College of Liberal and Fine Arts, dates back to the earliest years of the University of Texas at San Antonio. Originally known as the Division of Art and Design within the College of Fine and Applied Arts, the division began offering graduate-level art history classes in 1973 when the university first opened. The range of available classes soon expanded to include studio art classes, as a Master of Fine Arts degree was established in 1974. Undergraduate classes began in 1975, which was the first year the university admitted undergraduate students.

The studio art curriculum was designed to prepare students for either professional careers in studio art or for teaching. The main fields of concentration have included painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, printmaking, and ceramics. As of 2017, “The mission of the Department of Art and Art History is to offer professional training of the highest quality in the Visual Arts and Art History through five related degree programs: the B.A. in Art, B.A. in Art History, B.F.A. in Studio Art, M.A. in Art History, and M.F.A. in Studio Art.” In addition to teaching, the department also seeks to be an active part of the cultural life of San Antonio through exhibitions, publications, and curatorial projects.

Source: http://art.utsa.edu/mission-statement

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Scope and Content Note

The UTSA Department of Art and Art History Printmaking Collection consists of 100 fine art prints in five suites. These prints were either collected or produced by members of the Art Department, often in collaboration with students and visiting artists. The prints were created using a variety of printmaking techniques, including lithography, intaglio, etching, and serigraphy. The works range in size; the smallest image is 3.5" x 4", while the largest print measures 29.5" x 41.5".

Additional documentation about the prints, including information about the specific printing processes used, are included in the map drawer where these prints are stored.

The collection spans the years 1983-2012 and is arranged into five series, reflecting the original print suites: I. Collaborative Editions, II. Exquisite Corpse, III. Faculty Print Suite: Prints From the Edge, IV. Veinticinco, and V. Visiting Artists.

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Organization of Collection

Series I. Collaborative Editions
Series II. Exquisite Corpse
Series III. Faculty Print Suite: Prints From the Edge
Series IV. Veinticinco
Series V. Visiting Artists

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is housed at UTSA's Main Campus and must be accessed via the John Peace Library Special Collections reading room. To request access, please use the Collections Request Form.

Use Restrictions

The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.

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Index Terms

Organizations
University of Texas at San Antonio.
Subjects
Artists.
Exhibitions.
Universities and colleges--Faculty.
Universities and colleges--History--20th century.
Universities and colleges--History--21st century.
Universities and colleges--Texas--San Antonio.
Locations
San Antonio (Tex.).
Genres/Formats
Art.
Lithographs.
Prints.
Local Subjects
Art/Artists
Education/Educators
Mexican Americans
UTSA History
UTSA Records

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Related Material

UTSA Special Collections also holds the UTSA Art Gallery Exhibition Catalogs, and the University of Texas at San Antonio. Art Collection Records.

A copy of the the catalog for the Veinticinco exhibition can be found in the Special Collections Rare Books division:

Romo, Ricardo; Almeida, Arturo Infante; and Rush, Kent. Veinticinco: 25 original print editions by Latino & Latina artists printed at the University of Texas at San Antonio. The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2015.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], UTSA. Department of Art and Art History Printmaking Collection, UA 10.01.02, University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.

Acquisition Information

Transferred to UTSA Libraries Special Collections in 2016 (Acc. 2017-018).

Processing Information

Processed in 2017 by Student Assistants, Christina Frasier and Kira Sandoval, and University Archivist, Kristin Law.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I. Collaborative Editions

The Collaborative Editions print suite consists of 28 prints dating from 1983 to 2003. The Collaborative Editions project began informally in the late 1970s when Kent Rush participated in a collaboration with UTSA faculty member Charles Field. It officially began in 1982 when Kent Rush joined the UTSA faculty. The purpose of the project was to give graduate and advanced undergraduate print students technical and aesthetic experience through collaboration and printing with faculty and visiting artists. The project intended to create a collection of original prints from the program for the university. Individuals who headed the print series were visiting artists, guest artists, and faculty. Visiting artists were asked to split 50/50 any editions of prints made for the series at UTSA, and all work for the series was completed in the printmaking studio using UTSA equipment.
Folder
OSF 1 Adal. Junot. 1988.
Duotone waterless lithograph. 22" x 29" (paper); 13" x 17" (image). Kent Rush (director/collaborator), Debbie Theis (printer), Landa King (assistant).
Judith F. Baca. Fighting 442 (Great Wall of L.A. Mural). 1988.
Lithograph. 34" x 15" (paper); Full bleed print. Kent Rush (director/collaborator), Debbie Theis (printer), Landa King (assistant).
Ron Binks. Untitled (Urban Fire). 1984.
Lithograph. 22" x 30" (paper); 17" x 23" (image). Kent Rush (director/collaborator), Diana Cardenas (printer and assistant).
Ed Blackburn. Still Life Print. 1993.
Lithograph. 22" x 30" (paper); 17" x 22" (image). Kent Rush (cirector), Allison Whittemore and Paul Dockter (printer/collaborators).
Charles Field. Untitled. Undated.
22" x 30" (paper); 16.5" x 22" (image).
Christi Hager. [Untitled I]. Undated.
Etching and photogravure. 11" x 15" (paper); 5.5" x 7" (image).
Christi Hager. [Untitled II]. Undated.
Etching and photogravure. 11" x 15" (paper); 6" x 7.5" (image).
Christi Hager. [Untitled III]. Undated.
Etching and photogravure. 15" x 20" (paper); 5.75" x 8" (image).
Christi Hager. [Untitled IV]. Undated.
Etching and photogravure. 15" x 20" (paper); 7.25" x 8.5" (image).
Christi Hager. [Untitled V]. Undated.
Etching and photogravure. 15" x 20" (paper); 9" x 9.75" (image).
Christi Hager. Wedding Cake. Undated.
Etching and photogravure. 15" x 20" (paper); 8" x 11.5" (image). Janet Flohr (printer/collaborator).
Jene Highstein. Stairway of Circles. 2003.
Black and white lithograph (stone) with watercolor. 29.5" x 41.5" (paper); 19" x 26.5" (image). Neal Cox (UTSA Print Department Master Printer).
Jene Highstein. Tornado of Circles. 2003.
Black and white lithograph (stone) with watercolor. 29" x 38" (paper); 17.25" x 23" (image). Neal Cox (UTSA Print Department Master Printer).
Jene Highstein. Water Tower. 2003.
Black and white lithograph (stone) with watercolor. 29.5" x 41.5" (paper); 19" x 26" (image). Neal Cox (UTSA Print Department Master Printer).
Margo Humphrey. San Antonio Passage. 1987.
Lithograph. 22" x 30" (paper); 18" x 24" (image). Kent Rush (director/collaborator), Landa King and Ann Stuart (printers).
George Krauss. Untitled. 2007.
Intaglio. 22" x 14.5" (paper); 14" x 9.75" (image). Artist provided a photograph that was scanned and from that a transparent positive was printed. From the transparency a polymer plate (solarplate) was produced and printed as an intaglio.
Catherine Lee. Bassai. 1983.
Intaglio. 31" x 22" (paper); 14" x 14" (image). Dennis Olsen (director/collaborator), Joe Ayers (printer).
Catherine Lee. Grounded. 2000.
Etching/aquatint. 29" x 29" (paper); 18" x 18" (image). Dennis Olsen (supervisor), Rose Harms and Virginia Balderas (printers).
Catherine Lee. Untitled. 1983.
Intaglio. 22" x 22" (paper); 6" x 6" (image). Dennis Olsen (director), Joe Ayers (printer).
James McGarrel. TX 46 West. 1998.
Three color waterless lithograph. 15" x 20" (paper); 8" x 13" (image). Dennis Olsen, Rose Harms, David Jablonski (collaborators).
Richard Mogas. Untitled. 1989.
Lithograph. 31" x 22" (paper); 20" x 18" (image). Kent Rush (director/collaborator/printer), Joe Ayers (assistant).
Mara Scrupe. Who Eats. 1999.
Lithograph. 29" x 22" (paper); 24" x 19" (image). Rose Harmes, Virginia Balderas (collaborators).
Susan Shatter. Sea Ledge. 2000.
Four color waterless lithograph. 14" x 19" (paper); 10" x 15" (image). Dennis Olsen, Rose Harms, Virginia Balderas (collaborators).
Betty Shelton. Portrait of Barbie. 1986.
Lithograph. 18" x 24" (paper); 15" x 19" (image). Kent Rush (director), Brenda Greer (collaborator/printer), Debbie Theis (assistant).
Buzz Spector. Je Jeune I. 1993.
Lithograph. 22" x 30" (paper); 11" x 17" (image). Kent Rush (director), Allison Whittemore (printer/collaborator).
Earl Staley. Untitled. 1991.
Lithograph. 22" x 30" (paper); Full bleed print. Kent Rush (director), Christ Cornelius (printer).
Patricia Tillman. Casting Weight I. 1992.
Intaglio (soft ground-white ground) zinc. 17.75" x 23" (paper); Full bleed print. Dennis Olsen (director), Allison Whittemore (printer/collaborator).
Patricia Tillman. Casting Weight II. 1992.
Intaglio (soft ground-aquatint) zinc. 17.75" x 23" (paper); Full bleed print. Dennis Olsen (director), Allison Whittemore (printer/collaborator).
Dadi Wurz. Coffee Port Road. 1996.
Four color waterless lithograph. 18.5" x 14.75" (paper); 14.5" x 8.75" (image). Dennis Olsen (collaborator). Artist provided an original drawing that was scanned and sub-divided into four CMYK images. Each image was used to print transparent negatives from which four waterless lithographs were produced. Edition was printed by hand.

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Series II. Exquisite Corpse

The Exquisite Corpse print suite consists of 18 prints dating from 1994. Exquisite Corpse was a special benefit project to support the UTSA Satellite Space gallery. Fifty-four participating artists created a total of 18 prints, with 3 artists working on each print. The project was initiated by Hare and Hound Press of San Antonio, a local printmaking business founded by UTSA MFA alumna Janet Flohr and former UTSA printmaking student Gary Nichols. Exquisite Corpse found its inspiration in a Surrealist parlor game where 3 or 4 sections of the body are drawn separately by different artists without seeing the other sections until the composite is complete. The results of the exquisite corpse are 18 unique composites of a “body.”
Folder
OSF 2 Lloyd Walsh; Kathleen Youngquist; Dan Burkholder. Exquisite Corpse #1. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Catherine Lee; Ethan Acres for Dave Hickey; Margarita Urquiza. Exquisite Corpse #2. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Dennis Olsen; Ken Jewesson; Anita Valencia. Exquisite Corpse #3. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Landa King; Karen Hogensen; Craig Kiplin. Exquisite Corpse #4. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Kent Rush; Cynthia Alderete; Riley Robinson. Exquisite Corpse #5. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Misha Price; Richard Thompson; Kristi Hager. Exquisite Corpse #6. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Susan Cheal; Kyle McQuilkin; Vicki Suescum. Exquisite Corpse #7. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Constance Lowe; Miguel Cortinas; Henry Stein. Exquisite Corpse #8. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Charles Field; Ken Little; Janet Flohr. Exquisite Corpse #9. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Mila Castro; Gary Nichols; Greg Pickens. Exquisite Corpse #10. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Ana de la Garza; Ed Blackburn; Meredith Dean. Exquisite Corpse #11. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Earnest Ward; Marilyn Lanfear; Robin Urton. Exquisite Corpse #12. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Earl Staley; Trish Simonite; Roxi McCloskey. Exquisite Corpse #13. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Alison Whittemore; Casey Williams; David Miner. Exquisite Corpse #14. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Princess Cook; Le Green; Stephen Reynolds. Exquisite Corpse #15. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Margaret Jackman; Linda Polhamus; Catherine Van Dolen. Exquisite Corpse #16. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Kathleen Pittman; Mark Hogensen; Jim Broderick. Exquisite Corpse #17. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).
Paula Andrycha; Holly Moe; Beck Whitehead. Exquisite Corpse #18. 1994.
Lithograph. 20" x 30" (paper); 17" x 27" (image).

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Series III. Faculty Print Suite: Prints From the Edge

Faculty Print Suite: Prints From the Edge is composed of 8 prints dating from 1984 to 1989. The project was an extension of the Collaborative Editions project created to promote the print program at UTSA in order to connect the faculty and students with the local art community. Studio art faculty at UTSA were paired with one of two printmaking instructors in the program to collaborate in creating one print suite per artist. The prints were sold through exhibitions as well as galleries, and the revenues were used to purchase new and upgraded printmaking equipment. This program was directed by Dennis Olsen and Kent Rush.
Folder
OSF 3 Charles Field. Constellation. 1984.
27.5" x 22.25" (paper); 23.75" x 9" (image).
Suzanne Klotz-Reilly. Laporotomy. 1986.
Etching. 23.5" x 17.25" (paper); 23.5" x 17.25" (image). Dennis Olsen (collaborator and printer).
Ken Little. Hip. 1989.
Lithograph with dollar bill. 22" x 30" (paper); 4" x 6.5" (image). Janet Flohr (collaborator/printer).
Neil Maurer. 35 Million Years Minus 1. undated.
Etching. 28" x 22" (paper); 18" x 12" (image). Dennis Olsen (collaborator), Joe Ayers and Brenda Greer (printers).
Dennis Olsen. Pentimento San Piero. 1985.
Etching. 28" x 22" (paper); 11.75" x 11.5" (image). Dennis Olsen (artist/printer).
Steve Reynolds. Mirror. 1985-1988.
Photolithography, collage, and acrylic. 22" x 28" (paper); 13.25" x 12" (image). Kent Rush (collaborator/printer), Joe Ayers (printer).
Kent Rush. Untitled. 1985.
Lithograph. 28" x 22" (paper); 24" x 18" (image). Kent Rush (printer/artist).
Richard Thompson. Beautiful Past/Beautiful Future. 1984.
Etching. 22" x 28" (paper); 17.5" x 18" (image). Dennis Olsen (collaborator), Joe Ayers (printer).

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Series IV. Veinticinco

Veinticinco is a suite of 25 prints by 25 Latino and Latina artists who worked in collaboration with a master printer in the UTSA print studio. The collection was co-curated by Kent Rush, Ricardo Romo, and Arturo Almeida. The Veinticinco project began in 2005 and was completed in 2015. Each print is on 22" x 30" paper and each suite is signed, numbered, and issued in a limited edition of 30. Various techniques were used to make the prints, including stone and aluminum plate lithography, etching and aquatint, linocut, and screen-printing.
Folder
OSF 4 Richard Armendariz. Tu Eres o No Tu Eres Mi Baby. 2008.
Lithograph (key image on stone--two runs on aluminum plate). Full bleed print. In collaboration with Steve Carter.
Andy Benavidez. 1:30 a.m. 2008.
Copper plate line etching. 7" x 7". In collaboration with Neal Cox.
Cody Bustamante. Sirena. 2008.
Lithograph (stone). Full bleed print. In collaboration with Steve Carter.
Sam Coronado. Untitled. 2009.
Four-color lithograph (key image on stone, three runs on aluminum plate). 20" x 16". In collaboration with Steve Carter.
Richard Duardo. HECHO EN AZTLAN. 2009.
Eight-color screen print. 18.25" x 26.5". Printed by the artist with UTSA adjunct instructor Ty Wilcox and UTSA students as part of a visiting artist workshop.
Xavier Garza. Jesus Wore a Zoot Suit. 2005.
Lithograph (stone). 18" x 26". In collaboration with Neal Cox.
José Guadalupe Guadiana. Parade. 2008.
Copper plate line etching. 14" x 17.25". In collaboration with Neal Cox to B.A.T., edition printed by Vicki Stephens.
Daniel Guerrero. Optical Illusions and Complementary Colors. 2006.
Two-color lithograph (aluminum plate). Full bleed print. In collaboration with Neal Cox.
Luis "Chispas" Guerrero. Los Flacos de Chispas. 2005.
Lithograph (stone). 24.5" x 19". In collaboration with Neal Cox.
Christopher Gutierrez. Palenque. 2007.
Five-color linocut relief print. 23.75" x 18". In collaboration with Neal Cox.
Benito Huerta. Signature Lithograph. 2009.
Eight-color lithograph (one stone, seven aluminum plates). 14.25" x 23". In collaboration with Steve Carter.
Leticia Huerta. Visited by Insects. 2008.
Four-color lithograph (aluminum plate). Full bleed print. In collaboration with Neal Cox to B.A.T., printed by Steve Carter.
Luis Jiménez. Cesar Chavez: An American Hero. 2008.
Lithograph (stone). 20" x 26". In collaboration with Neal Cox, edition printed by Neal Cox and Steve Carter.
César Martínez. Vato con Sunglasses. 2009.
Copperplate line and aquatint etching. 10.75" x 13.75". In collaboration with Steve Carter.
Richard Martinez. Untitled. 2006.
Two-color lithograph (aluminum plate). 26.5" x 15". In collaboration with Neal Cox.
John Mata. Vanished. 2009.
Four process color offset lithograph. Full bleed print. In collaboration with Neal Cox.
Malaquías Montoya. Untitled. 2005.
Lithograph (stone). Full bleed print. In collaboration with Neal Cox.
Juan de Dios Mora. Tinaco Naco. 2009.
Linocut. 19.25" x 26". Printed by the artist.
Alex Rubio. El Callejero. 2006.
Lithograph (stone) with lithograph (aluminum) tint plate. 26" x 18". In collaboration with Neal Cox.
Armando Sanchez. Las Carpas. 2012.
Three-color lithograph (aluminum plate). 18.5" x 24.5". In collaboration with Steve Carter to B.A.T., edition printed by Trina Faundeen.
Luis Valderas. All Roads Lead to America. 2005.
Lithograph (key image on stone--six others on aluminum plate). 26.5" x 17.5". In collaboration with Neal Cox.
Anita Valencia. Cherished Moments. 2007.
Handmade paper chine collé with tea bags. 7.5" x 10". In collaboration with Neal Cox.
Deborah Vasquez. A la luz de la Luna seductura el cuerpo Indigeno fleche al mas allá dando luz a un nuevo día para la Mujer Chicana. 2008.
Lithograph (key image stone, three runs on aluminum plate). Full bleed print. In collaboration with Neal Cox to B.A.T., edition printed by Steve Carter.
Carla Veliz. Anó ni mos. 2012.
Three color run copper plate intaglio. Full bleed print. In collaboration with Steve Carter to B.A.T., edition printed by Steve Carter and Adriana Barrios.
Guillermina Zabala. No a la Guerra. 2012.
Linocut relief over photograph (ink jet). 20" x 16". In collaboration with Steve Carter to B.A.T., edition printed by Trina Faundeen.

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Series V. Visiting Artists

The Visiting Artists print suite consists of 20 prints dating from the late 1980s to 2010. Similar to the Collaborative Editions project, these prints were produced by artists visiting UTSA. However, many of these works were either produced by the artist in advance of their visit, or were made by the artist during a demonstration in the UTSA print studio.
Folder
OSF 5 Mark Anderson. Untitled. Undated.
Foam relief print. 30" x 22" (paper); 16" x 12" (image). Produced by the artist as a visiting artist demo at the UTSA print studio.
Charles Gill. Justice Butler’s Lunch. Undated.
Monoprint/ collage (oil based). 22" x 28.5” (paper); 19.5" x 26” (image). Produced prior to visit. Gifted to the print program.
Jose Guadalupe Guadiana. Been Queer. 2000.
Etching. 13" x 22" (paper); 9" x 12" (image). Produced and printed by the artist at the UTSA print studio as a demo in the class.
Jose Guadalupe Guadiana. Birds. 2000.
Etching. 22.5" x 15.5" (paper); 18 x 13" (image). Produced and printed by the artist at the UTSA print studio as a demo in the class.
Jose Guadalupe Guadiana. Group. 2000.
Etching. 22" x 13.5" (paper); 11.75" x 9" (image). Produced and printed by the artist at the UTSA print studio as a demo in the class.
Jose Guadalupe Guadiana. Joking. 2000.
Etching. 22" x 14" (paper); 12" x 9" (image). Produced and printed by the artist at the UTSA print studio as a demo in the class.
Jose Guadalupe Guadiana. Moon. 2000.
Etching. 22" x 15" (paper); 11.5" x 10.5" (image). Produced and printed by the artist at the UTSA print studio as a demo in the class.
Jose Guadalupe Guadiana. Wild Flowers. 2000.
Etching. 18" 22" (paper); 14" x 18" (image). Produced and printed by the artist at the UTSA print studio as a demo in the class.
Susan Hall. Pipe Creek. 1995.
Monotype (oil based). 22" x 15" (paper); 16"x 11" (image). Produced by the artist at the UTSA print studio.
Susan Hall. Cedar Burning. 1995.
Monotype (oil based). 22" x 15" (paper); 16"x 11" (image). Produced by the artist at the UTSA print studio.
Susan Hall. Majestic Ranch (Alamo Foundation). 1995.
Monotype (oil based). 22" x 15" (paper); 16"x 11" (image). Produced by the artist at the UTSA print studio.
Susan Hall. The Road. 1995.
Monotype (oil based). 22" x 15" (paper); 16"x 11" (image). Produced by the artist at the UTSA print studio.
Susan Hall. Big Clouds Big Sky. 1995.
Monotype (oil based). 22" x 15" (paper); 16"x 11" (image). Produced by the artist at the UTSA print studio.
Walt Jurkiewicz. Untitled (Self Portrait 1). Late 1980s.
Etching, drypoint, aquatint. 11" x 15" (paper); 7" x 8" (image). Produced by the artist in collaboration with Dennis Olsen and graduate students at the UTSA print studio.
Walt Jurkiewicz. Untitled (Self Portrait 2). Late 1980s.
Drypoint. 11" x 15" (paper); 3.5" x 4" (image). Produced by the artist in collaboration with Dennis Olsen and graduate students.
Wayne Kimball. Reclining Portrait of a Man with a Flat Head. 1999.
Lithograph. 14" x 11" (paper); 14" x 11" (image).
Liz Maugans. Untitled (Lost Losing). Undated.
Ghost impression. 22" x 21" (paper); 12" x 12" (image). Produced by the artist as a demonstration of her process of image making at the UTSA print studio.
Malaquias Montoya. Mexico Unchanged. 2010.
Serigraph. 20” x 26” (paper); 14.25” x 18.75" (image). Produced by the artist and gifted to the UTSA print program.
Malaquias Montoya. Untitled (Crime in the Suites). 2010.
Serigraph. 20” x 26” (paper); 14” x 19.5" (image). Produced by the artist and gifted to the UTSA print program.
Malaquias Montoya. Untitled (Self Portrait). 2010.
Serigraph. 20” x 26” (paper); 14” x 19" (image). Produced by the artist and gifted to the UTSA print program.

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