A printmaker can carve or etch a design onto almost any surface -- from potatoes to silk -- flood it with ink, and imprint it onto another surface. Once a printmaker has created her master design, she can print it again and again. This ability to reproduce an image and to vary it slightly with each reproduction opens the door to a world of possibilities.
As a printmaking major, you’ll explore these possibilities. Practicing lithography, woodcut, and other techniques, you’ll develop your own personal style.