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Lauren Abshire

Spring 2012, Summer 2012

Lauren Abshire graduated with a BFA in printmaking and drawing from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2005, and a printmaking MFA from Tyler School of Art in 2008.


Grimaldi Baez

Fall 2012, Spring 2013

Grimaldi Baez was born in San Juan Puerto Rico in the year of the Pig under the sign of Aries. He lived here and there and just about everywhere til he settled in the USA to attend high school. Upon graduating he continued his studies in Boston and later Philadelphia where he currently resides.


Anna Benjamin

Summer 2017, Fall 2017

Anna Hendrick Karpatkin Benjamin is a Philadelphia-based printmaker, working primarily in screenprinting, drawing and paper cutting. Her ritualistic practice allows her to perform persisting and evolving actions, learning and making meaning from them. She received her M.F.A. in Printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design and her B.A. in Fine Arts and Education from Haverford College.



Daryl Bergman

Fall 2011, Spring 2012

Lives and works in Los Angeles.



Jessica Best

Fall 2015, Spring 2016



Jay S Bilinski

Summer 2015

Jay Bilinsky is an alumnus of Temple University's Tyler School of art, with a BA in Digital Media and a minor in Art History. He is a Philadelphia-based artist working in a variety of mediums: painting, digital, drawing, sculpture, and so on. Much of his art deals with themes of exploration, nature, distant places, and the sublime.


Emilia Britnall

Summer 2011

Emilia Brintnall is an artist who lives and works in Philadelphia. A member of Space 1026 and dance member of Body Dreamz. Brintnall was a 2016 Apprentice at the Fabric Workshop and Museum. Her installations, videos, prints and paper mâché sculptures have been exhibited locally and nationally in shows such as A Being In The World at Salon 94 Bowery (New York, NY), PDFW at Slow Culture (Los Angeles, CA) and Person, Place or Thing at Fleisher Ollman (Philadelphia, PA).


Brett Budzinski

Fall 2016

My name is Brett Budzinski, I received my undergraduate degree from Drake university in Printmaking and Drawing. My current work details my experiences and relationships throughout my move to Philadelphia. Through abstract geometric compositions, I create forms depicting these relationships. Through color, pattern, and interweaving shapes, I symbolize the complexities of these interpersonal relationships and experiences.


Victoria Burge

Spring 2013, Summer 2013

Victoria Burge's work has been exhibited in museums, galleries, and art fairs, both nationally and internationally. Her drawings and prints can be found in corporate, private, and public collections including The New York Public Library, The Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, DC, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Hunterian Museum in Glasgow, and The British Museum in London.



Sinead Cahill

Fall 2013, Spring 2014

Sinéad Cahill is a Philadelphia-based artist who uses stone lithography and fabric to construct pillowy sculptures, badges and quilts. A recent recipient of the Picasso Project Grant, Cahill will be teaming up with middle schoolers at Albert M. Greenfield on a printmaking project to explore textiles and storytelling. Cahill earned her degree at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and currently teaches Stone Lithography at Fleisher Art Memorial.


Josh Carlevato

Summer 2011, Fall 2011

Josh Carlevato creates work with subject matter that is mostly fun or obscure that is often humorous. And most importantly is reminds viewers to not take themselves too seriously.



Caeli Carr-Potter

Summer 2016, Fall 2016

Caeli Carr-Potter is a recent graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Printmaking, currently living and working in Philadelphia. She works primarily with Silkscreen, Lithography and Intaglio.Her work explores personal and comic narrative, using strong colors, textures, and text to create an unusual space for the viewer. Her use of narrative lends itself well to zines and other easily-distributable media, which add to her body of work.



Bailey Chick

Summer 2012, Fall 2012

Bailey M. Chick's still and minimal compositions are an exploration of identity, environment and context. Bailey is a 2010 graduate of Tyler School of Art at Temple University and received an MFA at The University of Delaware in 2017. She is currently teaching at The University of Delaware.



Mathew Colaizzo

Spring 2014, Summer 2014

Colaizzo's work focuses on landscapes that blur the line between natural and unnatural. It contextualizes man’s mark on the earth with a broad view of nature. It involves ideas about natural history, cosmos, human progress, mystery, and spirit.



Rachel Connor

Summer 2016, Fall 2016

Rachel is a multi-media artist. Printmaking, architecture, poetry, wood, earth building, and photography.




Veronica Corzo-Durnardt

Summer 2016

Influenced by my Cuban heritage, my work engages with popular representations of Cuba to reflect upon tensions between personal and cultural identity, memory, history, and nostalgia. I use a variety of media including screenprints, photography, objects, text, mixed-media, and digital platforms to explore the multivalent ways we share and preserve our individual and collective histories. Research, collection, and documentation play a large role in my practice; I search for traces of the invisible stories contained within the everyday objects and materials that surround us. Through abstraction of photographs, scans, and photocopies, my process explores texture as form.



Amy Cousins

Fall 2013, Spring 2014

Amy Cousins is an interdisciplinary artist from Houston, Texas who currently lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She holds an MFA in Printmaking from the Tyler School of Art and a BFA in Printmaking from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Her work explores issues of queerness and normativity within the entanglements of identity, desire, and societal pressure.


Genesis Martinez-Crespo

Spring 2013, Summer 2013

Genesis Martinez-Crespo is a Queens, NY native who drew her way through teen angst and art-school angst at Maryland Institute College of Art where she got her BFA. Since 2013, Genesis has been drawing in dense charcoal as well printmaking in Philadelphia, PA. In Philadelphia she has been a FOB-Holder at Second State Press, Interned at Philly Print Works and Received the Art and Change Grant from The Leeway Foundation in 2014 and 2015. She is currently finishing up a residency at 40th Street Artist-In-Residence where she is bringing large scale drawings into the realms of installation and performance art.




Josh Dannin

Fob Holder Spring 2012

Josh Dannin is an artist and printmaker from Philadelphia, PA living and working in Manchester, N.H. He received a BFA in printmaking and photography from Kutztown University and a MFA in printmaking from Ohio University. His work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally.Josh is the founder and director of Directangle Press, a small printshop and publishing house specializing in short-run editions and ephemera.


Ben Dasher

Fob Holder Spring 2015

Artist and Musician Benjamin Dasher received his BFA in 2012 from Temple University's Tyler School of Art majoring in   Printmaking and Art Education. His current life consists of operating B & D Lawn Mowing Company during the summer, and doing whatever he wants during the winter. He lives in Philadelphia but travels elsewhere when he can.


Erina Davidson

Fob Holder Summer 2012

b. 1991    Tokyo, Japan

RISD BFA Printmaking

Lives and works in NYC



Soumya Dhulekar

Fob Holder Fall 2015

Based in Philadelphia, PA. Makes comics, prints and zines. Teaching Artist-in-Residence at Asian Arts Initiative.


Aubrey DiDonato

Fob Holder Spring 2015, Summer 2015, Fall 2015

Aubrey DiDonato (c. 1990's) is a Philadelphia based artist who received her BFA from the University of the Arts with a focus in Printmaking and Book Arts. DiDonato uses the impacting shapes and textures of her ever changing environment to question the essence of intimacy. Please visit to see more of her work.


Justine Ditto

Fob Holder Fall 2015


Shelby Donnelly

Fob Holder Fall 2011, Summer 2012

Shelby Donnelly is an interdissciplinary visual artist and educator. Donnelly makes colages spanning practices in drawing, screenprinting, video, installation, and movement. Her work stages dramas that can come from observing humanity's relationship with ritual, ceremony and spirituality and how that plays out in everyday existance and the subconcious.


James Dunn

Fob Holder Summer 2014


Emilia Edwards

Fob Holder Spring 2012, Summer 2012

Emilia Edwards was born in Los Angeles and grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She earned a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University in 2008 and an MFA in Printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2011. She currently lives in Philadelphia and makes prints and paintings at Space 1026.


Dominique Ellis

Fob Holder Fall 2013, Spring 2014

Dominique Ellis is a visual artist and researcher and is currently the Gallery and Retail Coordinator at The Clay Studio.  Ellis received her M.F.A. in Printmaking at Tyler School of Art in 2013. She was awarded a U.S. Fulbright student scholarship for Egypt, as well as an Arabic language grant for 2009-2010 and was based in Cairo, Egypt.  She served as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in Morocco, from 2006-2008, working for the Moroccan Ministry of Handicrafts. Ellis is currently creating new ceramic works at The Clay Studio.


Jacquelyn Evans

Fob Holder Fall 2012, Spring 2013

Jacqui Evans has been with The Print Center full-time since February 2014, serving as Assistant to the Director for two years before being promoted to Sales & Program Manager in 2016. For a year prior to her Assistant to the Director role, she was a part-time Administrative Assistant, and also served as a post BFA intern with The Print Center. She was the Print Shop Technician at Drexel University in 2013. Evans has been an Apprentice at The Fabric Workshop and Museum and a Fob Holder Program at Second State Press, where she is a member. She was an intern at Philadelphia’s Space 1026 and the Philadelphia Print Shop. She holds a BFA in Printmaking from Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, CT.


Petra Floyd

Fob Holder Spring 2016, Summer 2016

Petra Floyd is a Liberian-American visual artist from Philadelphia. She graduated from Swarthmore College in 2012 with a B.A. in studio art. Petra is a founding member of The New Black, a queer black artists collective. She is also a post-graduate apprentice at the Fabric Workshop and Museum. Her work, visual or written, often explores first-generation identity, gender, storytelling, and texture.


Julia Fox

Fob Holder Summer 2014, Fall 2014

Julia Fox received a BA in both art history and studio art from SUNY Albany in May of 2014. She is currently living in Philadelphia, PA working as the Community Programming Coordinator for The Center For Emerging Visual Artists. She has recently shown her work at The AUTOMAT and Jed Williams Gallery.


Jessica Gatlin

Fob Holder Spring 2013, Summer 2013, Fall 2013

Jessica Gatlin is an artist, maker and part-time sorceress. She recevied her BFA in Studio Art from Florida State University, with a concentration in printmaking. After graduating, she moved to Philadelphia, PA. There she engaged in the city's innumerable historical and cultural offerings as well as the established printmaking community, notably a yearlong residency at Second State Press and the apprentice program at the Fabric Workshop and Museum. Gatlin currently resides in Knoxville, TN pursuing her MFA at the University of Tennessee.


Mollie Goldstrom

Fob Holder Fall 2014

Goldstrom has shown her work at numerous venues, including the Des Moines Art Center in Iowa, Space 414 (Brooklyn, NY) and Giant Robot (NYC), and her work has been profiled in publications such as Boston Magazine and Juxtapoz. The artist earned a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD and an MA and MFA from the University of Iowa, Iowa City.



Joshua Graupera

Fob Holder Summer 2015, Fall 2015

Josh Graupera is a Philadelphia-based artist and activist. Born in Lancaster, PA, he graduated from Millersville University with a BFA in Painting in 2014. He has participated in residencies and fellowships at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Media Mobilizing Project, Second State Press, Chautauqua School of Art, Haystack School of Crafts, the New York Studio School, as well as the Fabric Workshop and Museum’s Apprentice Training Program. He is currently an Arts and Media organizer with Stadium Stompers, a group of community residents and students fighting Temple University’s plans to build a football stadium in a residential neighborhood. He also works with Al-Bustan Seeds of Change as an Assistant Project Coordinator for the Tabadul Project: Cross-Cultural Exchange through the Arts.


Leslie Grossman

Fall 2014, Spring 2015

Leslie was born and raised in Midwest America. She received her Printmaking BFA from Western Michigan University in 2008 and her MFA in Printmaking from The University of Tennessee-Knoxville in 2012. For over 10 years, Leslie has been a curator and director of independent and university galleries. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally at such venues as the International Print Center New York in New York City; Grand Rapids Art Museum in Grand Rapids, MI; Barbara Archer Gallery in Atlanta, GA; and Grafiki Warsztatowej in Poznan, Poland, and her prints and books can be found in multiple university and private collections. Currently she resides in Philadelphia, PA where she works as an artist and in arts administration.


Christopher Hartshorne

Fall 2012, Spring 2013

Christopher Hartshorne received his BFA in Illustration from the Columbus College of Art & Design and his MFA in Printmaking from the Tyler School of Art. His work is included in several public and private collections including the Woodmere Art Museum, Hudson County Community College, and Brooklyn Art Library. His woodcuts have been exhibited at The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Delaware Art Museum, The Romanian Academy in Rome, and The Fleisher Art Memorial Wind Challenge series. Christopher has taught at the Rhode Island School of Design, Tyler School of Art, and with many public school-connected art programs throughout Philadelphia. Christopher currently lives in Bellingham, Washington and teaches at Western Washington University.


Angela Heaps

Fob Holder Summer 2016, Fall 2016

Angela Heaps Graduated from Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD. She focuses primarily in silkscreen, calligraph and mono-printing techniques. She Often finds herself indulging in impulses and tends to remember shitty times fondly.


Eric Hinkley

Fob Holder Summer 2015, Fall 2015


Scott Holford

Fob Holder Summer 2017, Fall 2017

Scott Holford is a practicing printmaker and middle school art teacher living in Philadelphia. Under the business name Golden Key Prints, Holford creates a variety of etchings, woodcuts and screenprints which he sells locally. His work varies greatly ranging from realism to abstraction, but maintains an emphasis on markmaking, movement, and space.


Parker Jackson

Fob Holder Summer 2014, Fall 2014

Parker Jackson is a queer, non binary working artist in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They have a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from Pennsylvania College of Art and Design, and over 12 years of experience working in the arts field. You can often find them working and volunteering with non profits around Philadelphia teaching art to youth. Their work primarily focuses on political themes, environmentalism and mental health advocacy.


Nic Jenkins

Fob Holder Fall 2016

Nicolas Jenkins was born in Litchfield Park, Arizona in 1990. In 2012, he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Printmaking from Arizona State University. Jenkins works primarily in copper plate photogravure, a 19th century method of creating and printing photographs.  Now living and working in Philadelphia, he continues to teach workshops and produce photogravures throughout the Mid-Atlantic.


Justine Kelley

Fob Holder Summer 2013, Fall 2013, Fall 2015

Justine is an illustrator/designer/printmaker based in Philadelphia, PA.


Bonnie Kissinger

Fob Holder Fall 2014, Spring 2015



Shiobhan Koslap

Fob Holder Spring 2012, Summer 2012


Devin Kovach

Fob Holder Spring 2014, Summer 2014, Fall 2014

In my artwork I am inspired by architecture, particularly the ways that buildings frame our perception of space.  I am originally from Santa Fe, NM, and my interest in architectural forms began as a way for me to reconcile the dense, tight feeling of cities, with the clarity and openness of my native landscape.


Alexis Kurtzman

Fob Holder Spring 2014, Summer 2014

Born  in 1991 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Kurtzman holds a BFA in printmaking from Tyler School of Art, Temple University. Her work centers on Baroque and Rococo architecture, interior design, and antique French military weapons from the 18th to early 20th century.  Kurtzman's work has been exhibited across the US. She is currently an MFA candidate at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville with an emphasis in Printmaking.


Victoria Lagano

Fob Holder Fall 2017, Spring 2018

Victoria Lagano is a Philadelphia based artist and has recently graduated from Tyler School of Art with a BA in Visual Studies with a focus in screen printing and textiles. Her work often aims to establish vignettes in relation to brands, logos, and icons drawing parallels to our fabrication of memory and attraction to the past. Her interest in youth subculture and identity politics is reflected in her prints, zines, paintings and videos. She works with appropriated and manipulated imagery associated with personal narratives of identity, family dynamics, and loss.


Evan Laudenslager

Fob Holder Fall 2014

Evan Paul Laudenslager is an artist living and working in the Philadelphia/New York area.  He grew up in Bethlehem, PA, and holds a B.A. in Visual Studies from Tyler School of Art, Temple University.


Gregory Laut

Fob Holder Fall 2012, Summer 2013

Philadelphian Gregory Laut received his BFA in 2013 from Temple University's Tyler School of Art majoring in Printmaking and Art Education. For the past two years he has worked as the Art Teacher at Carson Valley Children's Aid. He enjoys the discovery of the various materials able to be scavenged from daily life. Though a printmaker at heart, his current work explores drawing, mixed media, and collage.

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Eric D. Lee

Fob Holder Spring 2013, Summer 2013



Stephanie Liebetreu 

Fob Holder Spring 2016


Ashley Limes

Fob Holder Spring 2011, Summer 2011

Ashley Limés Castellana holds a BFA in Printmaking and Art History from Temple University and has nurtured her printmaking skills with organizations such as The Print Center, Second State Press, The Fabric Workshop and Museum, The Women’s Studio Workshop, Space 1026, and as a Textile Printer at Galbraith & Paul. Implementing the mediums of drawing and printmaking, her artistic practice focuses on the language of architecture and geology in order to create environments which promote a connection with ourselves and the external world.


Molly Lloyd 

Fob Holder Spring 2016


Nina Macintosh

Fob Holder Spring 2012, Summer 2012


Heather McFee

Fob Holder Summer 2012


Heather McMordie

Summer 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015

Heather McMordie is an artist and printmaker based in Philadelphia. A graduate of The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and The University of Pennsylvania, Heather finds balance between artistic and scientific exploration in her work. Her complexly layered prints, drawings, and paper sculptures are informed by geological processes and soil science.


Carolina McPhillips

Fob Holder Fall 2010, Spring 2011, Summer 2011


Joe Messineo

Fob Holder Fall 2013, Spring 2014

Joe Messineo - I am artist focusing in print and illustration with a BFA in printmaking from the University of Hartford. Second State Press was my first job when arriving in Philadelphia in 2013 which lead to other opportunities within the artistic community. My work's graphic style has always read best as relief prints, and has lead to a focus in my own designed merchandise.

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Katie Miller

Fob Holder Fall 2012


Erica Minton

Fob Holder Spring 2016


Samantha Mitchell

Fob Holder Summer 2012

Samantha Mitchell was born in 1986 in New York City and graduated from Oberlin College in 2008. She lived and worked in Illinois, Utah, California, and Oregon before enrolling in the MFA program of Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, graduating in 2012. Mitchell is primarily a drawer and printmaker who seeks to investigate the relationship between order and chaos through different processes of mark-making. Her work has been exhibited at UPenn, IPCNY, and the National Portrait Gallery, and is in the permanent collection of the Woodmere Museum, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and various private collections.

Aside from her work in the studio, Mitchell works as managing editor of Title Magazine, and as Arts and Exhibitions Coordinator at the Center for Creative Works, a studio for adults with developmental disabilities.


Carlee Myers

Fob Holder Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Summer 2015

Carlee is the founder of A Piece of Positivity Studios, a company helps creative women design lives they love. Carlee helps her clients overcome creative block, get more exposure and sell more work. Carlee is a practicing artist and a creative life design coach.


Danny Narvaez

Fob Holder Summer 2017, Fall 2017

Danny received his BFA in Printmaking with a minor in Digital Media Technologies from Tyler School of Art at Temple University in 2017. In his recent work, Danny is exploring transformations of standard shapes by making a few sketches and turning them into a new graphic image. Danny primarily works in relief printing, mono printing, and intaglio. He also enjoys printing in layers and using a variety of colors to open new discoveries in his prints.


Catherine Nelson

Fob Holder Fall 2010, Spring 2011

A native of Louisiana, Catherine Nelson combines drawing, painting and printmaking to create work inspired by her surroundings: physical, social and literary. Her most recent work is inspired by both the jungle-y fauna of New Orleans and corruption of space and time in the short stories of author Ursula Le Guin.


Joanna Nowak

Fob Holder Spring 2017, Summer 2017
Fob Fellow Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Summer 2018

Joanna graduated with a BFA in fibers from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2011. As a painter, she fell in love with printmaking through the monotype process. Her personal work explores the relationships between humans and their landscapes through myth, literature and photography.


Adrienne O'Hanlon

Fob Holder Summer 2017, Fall 2017

Adrienne O'Hanlon is a book artist and printmaker whose artwork often explores the relationship between analog and digital, and uses experiments in printmaking to apply image to non-traditional surfaces and book structures. Adrienne has a BA in Printmaking from University of California Santa Cruz, and an MA in Book Arts from Camberwell College at University of the Arts London.


Lauren Pakradooni

Fob Holder Fall 2013, Spring 2014

Lauren Pakradooni holds an MFA in printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design, and a BA from Hampshire College, She lives and works in Philadelphia, PA.


Ryan Parker

Fob Holder Fall 2011, Spring 2012

Ryan is a Philadelphia-based printmaking artist, textile designer, and the coordinator of the Post-Graduate Apprenticeship at The Fabric Workshop and Museum.He studied printmaking at Tyler School of Art in Rome and Philadelphia and has participated in residencies at Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgium, and at Cork Printmakers and Ballinglen in Ireland.



Brian Palmieri

Fob Holder Spring 2012, Summer 2012


Joseph Parra

Fob Holder Fall 2013, Spring 2014


J. Pascoe

Fob Holder Fall 2011, Summer 2013, Fall 2013


Andrew Perez

Fob Holder Spring 2016

Andrew's work explores Figurative Hybridity in relationship to faith, low culture, monuments, fashion, and identity.


Serena Perrone

Fob Holder Spring 2011, Summer 2011, and Fall 2011

Serena Perrone is a multi-disciplinary artist working primarily in printmaking. A graduate of the MFA program at the Rhode Island School of Design, she is based between the United States and Italy and is currently Assistant Professor of Printmaking at PrattMWP College of Art in New York and the Director of Officina Stamperia del Notaio, a small artists’ residency in Sicily. Her work is held in numerous permanent collections including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the RISD Museum, Yale University Art Gallery, the New York Public Library, and the Whitney Museum of American Art, and she is a recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. She is represented by Cade Tompkins Projects. Her work can also be seen at:


Mariko Perry

Fob Holder Summer 2013, Fall 2013, Spring 2014

Mariko is a Philadelphia based artist and designer from Osaka, Japan. Due to her international background, she is interested in the anxiety of not belonging due to cultural differences and/or communication difficulties and the isolation this provokes. Her work is mostly based on her own experiences and is expressed through language, body gestures and aggressive and instinctive mark making layered within different media.


Hannah Pigeon

Fob Holder Spring 2016, Summer 2016


Hannah Pigeon hangs out in the city of Philadelphia. She graduated with a BA in Visual Studies in 2015 with a minor in Sociology from Temple University. Her work focuses on bringing people closer using dark humor and blatant honesty. She works for companies she believes in. She dabbles with Arts administration, painting, printmaking, book binding, and photography. She is multi-faceted and multi-talented. In her free time you can catch her drinking coffee, playing at parks, caught in a book, writing, or watching stand-up comedy.


Kaitlin Pomerantz

Fob Holder Spring 2013

Kaitlin Pomerantz is a visual artist and educator based in Philadelphia. Her mixed media work explores transitional landscapes and the human relationship to place. Pomerantz has been a resident at Land Arts of the American West (Texas), RAIR (Philadelphia), and Cabin Time (Sierra Nevadas). Pomerantz co-facilitates the botanical arts collaboration, WE THE WEEDS, is an editor for Title Magazine, and currently teaches sculpture and drawing at Haverford College. She will be creating work for Monument Lab in fall 2017.


Scott Porcelli

Fob Holder Fall 2012, Fall 2015

My work focuses on identity and the way in which the individual is influenced by the group. Currently I have been in the process of the developing of my own world with the inventing of a group whose society's foundation is strongly rooted in religion, spirituality, and a connection with nature.


Emmet Ramstad

Fob Holder Fall 2012, Spring 2013

Emmett Ramstad is an artist whose work investigates the intimate ordinary through sculptural representations of bodies and their detritus. Ramstad lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota and has exhibited artworks nationally and internationally, including solo exhibitions at Minneapolis Institute of Arts and Rochester Art Center. He is a recipient of a Jerome Foundation Fellowship for Emerging Artists, an Art and Change grant through The Leeway Foundation, and a Professional Development Grant from the Arizona Commission on the Arts. He has performed in productions by The BodyCartography Project, made costumes and sets for five touring contemporary dance productions and has curated and organized six gallery shows. His work is in collections at The Weisman Art Museum, MCAD and Second State Press.


Mark Rice

Fob Holder Fall 2013, Spring 2014

Goatmother Industrial is an art producing entity and multinational corporation, currently based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Established in 2003, it serves as an identifying moniker for numerous art and sound related activities by artist Mark Rice, it’s CEO and Team Leader. Originally based in Bloomington, Indiana, Rice took the title with him to the East Coast in 2009, where he has since attained his Masters of Fine Arts in printmaking at the Rhode Island School of Design. Rice has taught printmaking, drawing, and art history courses at colleges in the American Northeast and the South. When first moving to Philadelphia is 2013, he taught printmaking and coordinated product development at the Center for Creative Works. Rice currently teaches serigraphy courses at Tyler School of Art.


Emma Ringness

Fob Holder Summer 2016, Fall 2016

Emma Ringness was born in Hinsdale, Illinois in 1991, and grew up in the small town of Fox River Grove. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Printmaking from Arizona State University in December, 2013. Ringness exhibits her work nationally in group and solo exhibitions. She currently works and resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


Nicole Rinier

Fob Holder Fall 2013, Spring 2014

Nicole Rinier is a Bucks County native who received her BFA in Printmaking at Tyler School of Art and a BA in Women and Gender Studies at Temple University. Her passion for artistic expression and social justice often leads to many subtle political overtones in her work. She uses many drawing and printmaking processes to create different layers and compile her final image.



Hannah Riotto

Fob Holder Summer 2011, Fall 2011


Lindsay Robbins

Fob Holder Summer 2012

Lindsay is an interdisciplinary artist born & raised in Philadelphia, PA (1986)


Nicole Rodrigues

Fob Holder Summer 2015

Nicole Rodrigues is a printmaker, comic artist, and teacher who lives in Philadelphia where she makes empanadas and teaches art in a Restorative Justice Youth Program through Mural Arts. Her work looks at attempts of city renewal and emphasizes how the injustices within the American system can be seen within urban planning, as well as the type of resources that are given and that are taken away from it's people. She aims to provide visual insights on how we inhabit our world differently.


Hallie Rogers

Fob Holders Summer 2016, Fall 2016, Fob Fellow Spring 2017

Hallie Rogers The University of North Carolina Asheville, where she graduated with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in Printmaking and awarded the distinction of Undergraduate Research Scholar for her research pertaining to her process and Solo Exhibition. Working primarily with Lithography her works combine the mechanical process with ethereal visuals.



Crystal Shephard

Summer 2011, Fall 2011

Crystal is a designer from and based in Philadelphia. She graduated from University of the Arts with a BFA in Graphic Design. Her work varies in mediums and styles as she loves exploring the possibilities of materials and her imagination.


Eileen Shumate

Fall 2016

Eileen's artwork emphasizes human interaction and facilitates discussions on the vicissitudes of nature, social justice and modes of community building.




Shawn Smith

Summer 2015, Fall 2015



Joy Ude

Fob Holder Summer 2016, Fall 2016

Joy O. Ude is a mixed-media artist. In her artwork she explores Black culture as a subset of American culture. Ude earned her MFA from the University of North Texas in 2013; her work has been exhibited in both regional and national shows, including CraftTexas and Fiberart International. Ude is currently a Project Technician at The Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia, PA.


Jake Yaeger

Fall 2011, Spring 2012

Jake lives in Philadelphia. He enjoys making drawings, and making screen prints of those drawings.