Welcome to Tiger Lily Press
Tiger Lily Press is a fine art printmaking studio in Cincinnati, Ohio, located on the grounds of the Dunham Recreation Center in Price Hill. The studio offers workspace, exhibition opportunities, classes, and a community for printmakers and art lovers. Devoted volunteers with years of experience in the field of printmaking maintain and operate the studios. With over forty members, and growing each year, artists enjoy working with others who share their passion for the printed mark.
TLP memberships provide opportunities for projects, for networking in the field, and for ongoing development of artists’ career. Classes are available for beginners, artists looking for a refresher, or for teachers seeking continuing education. Collectors and arts supporters will find connections here with premier printmaking talent in the region.
Tiger Lily partners with the local community, museums, and universities to fulfill TLP’s mission to produce, preserve, and promote the art of printmaking. Visit an open studio session or contact us to schedule an individual or group tour.
Working Artist Program
Tiger Lily Press is pleased to announce that its 2015-2016 Working Artist Program residency has been awarded to Rick Finn of Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. Finn attended the Cleveland Institute of Art and Toledo Museum of Art, School of Design. He currently lives and works in Cincinnati, where he maintains a printmaking studio in Brazee Street Studios in Oakley. His work is in the collections of the Cincinnati Art Museum, University of Cincinnati, and Toledo Federation of Art Societies. Although his preferred printmaking technique is etching, beginning in 2009 he began to focus on the Japanese style of making woodcut prints referred to as “mokuhanga”.
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Production has begun on the Tiger Lily Press biennial fine art print calendar. The limited edition calendar, to be completed by October 1, 2016, will be available for purchase on the website www.tigerlilypress.org, and at the Tiger Lily Press Annual Print Sale (scheduled for November 5 at the Clifton Cultural Arts…
Studio Visit & Interview with WAP Artist Rick Finn Wednesday, May 11, 2016 By Theresa Gates Kuhr Rick Finn WAP Artist Residency September 1, 2015 – August 31, 2016 I had the pleasure of visiting Rick Finn’s Brazee Street studio last month to get an update on the evolution of…
GUIDELINES FOR MATTING AND FRAMING: The professional presentation of traditional 2D prints should follow museum standards: All materials should be acid free and archival (reversible.) Traditional window mat with metal section framing: Susan Naylor, NKU “In Your Dreams” NKU main gallery show 2013 Large print, mounted on a backing mat and hung under glass…