Dorothee Goldman holds a BFA in graphic and paper design from Alfred University and a BA in biology from the University of Oregon.  She has taught elementary school science, holds two patents for estrogen-evaluating processes, and is the founder and president of Oratel Corporation, which performs research on saliva diagnostics.  She spent a total of six years in Nepal working with USAID and the Peace Corps.

Craig Mains is director and exhibit and publication designer for The Ink Shop Printmaking Center. He received a BFA in photography from Cleveland Institute of Art and studied printmaking while working for the main research library at Cornell University.

Barbara McPhail is a long time well rounded printmaker, qualified to instruct workshops in various print mediums. She began her career at Bob Blackburn's Printmaking Workshop, NYC, and has worked at the Women's Studio Workshop, and as well as maintained her own studio. She curated No Land Escapes at the Ink Shop, 2013.

Caleb Russell Thomas is a local artist and the Ink Shop’s 2007-2008 HPK Fellow. His series Balancing On Rooftops acts as a metaphor for climbing out of daily routine.

Christa Wolf has an MFA in printmaking from Cornell University.  She has taught art and printmaking at Cornell University, Syracuse University, The Johnson Museum of Art, and in Berlin, Germany.  She is one of the shop’s founders, and serves on the Board of Directors.  She is a master printer and has worked closely with Kumi Korf in this capacity.

Jennifer Scheuer is a printmaking specialist and technical support in the art department at Cornell.



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