In the Loop
Student Stories : Jan 21, 2016

Assistant professor and graduate student collaborate on photolithography project

This past year, Assistant Professor Lisa Iglesias and Adreena Cook, a third-year printmaking graduate student, worked together to print an edition of photolithography with chine colle works on paper. A selection of the prints are currently being shown in the 51st Annual Faculty Exhibition in UF's University Gallery through Jan. 29, 2016. Selections of the edition will also be shown in multiple future exhibitions in 2016 in Florida, Alabama, Maryland and New York.

"I've had a wonderful experience working on this edition with Adreena," says Iglesias. "We have such amazing grad students in the School of Art + Art History, and I learn so much from our collaborations. Printmaking is such an expansive field for artists of any discipline, and working on this edition has certainly inspired new ideas and directions for my work."