Join the members of Tiger Lily Press, Cincinnati’s only public fine art printmaking studio, as they celebrate 40 years of making prints with an exhibition of work from the studio’s past and present. Learn more about the process of printmaking and the history of the studio via this special exhibit,…

Cincinnati, Ohio, February 25, 2019 – Tiger Lily Press is pleased to announce that the 2019 Working Artist Program (WAP) residency has been awarded to Breanne Trammell of Cincinnati, OH. Breanne Trammell is an artist whose practice is rooted in printmaking but by no means limited to traditional print media. …

Sunday, March 31st, 2pm at the Cincinnati Art Museum

Please join us for the Tiger Lily Press Annual Members Meeting and Studio Open House on Saturday, January 26, 2019. The meetings will take place in the Dunham Recreation Complex in West Price Hill, 4356 Dunham Lane, Cincinnati, OH, 45238. The members meeting will be held in the Rose Room…

Our biennial art calendar is here and available for purchase! The 2019 calendar features prints & paper by thirteen artists & printmakers, 12 months, and letterpress covers. This year, we printed an edition of 120 calendars, with each month page by a different artist. The calendar includes relief prints (linocut),…

  Tiger Lily Press invites the community to its annual sale featuring work by regional printmakers. The sale will take place in a new location: the auditorium of NorthChurch, 4222 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio,  45223, on November 10, 2018, from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Original etchings, screen prints, woodblocks,…

Tiger Lily Press, a non-profit fine art printmaking studio, invites the community to its annual sale November 10, 2018, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.  The sale will take place in a new location: the auditorium of NorthChurch, 4222 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH, 45223,  in Northside. The sale will feature work…

From TIGER LILY MEMBER JAN THOMAS My grandson and I recently completed a challenge together. His challenge was to construct a mini print press using a 3D printer. My part of the challenge was to then hand pull successful prints using the mini printer. We both succeeded! The free plans…

Gelatin Plates & Exploring the Monotype Gelli plates are made from gelatin (permanent plates are gelatin & glycerine) and are soft, flexible plates which can be used with hand-pressure or brayer pressure, opening the world of printmaking to those without presses or other heavy equipment. Instead of ink, you can…

Jonpaul Smith is a Cincinnati artist known for his meticulous and tightly carved linocut blocks, as well as woven paper pieces. Recently, Jonpaul took on a collaborative project, becoming a visual interpreter for a Navy veteran’s story of service. (For more on Jonpaul’s thoughts & process, we’ll follow-up this post…

In this class students will learn (or revisit) the basic techniques of drypoint on plexiglass, and explore the possibilities of combining the boldness and detail of drypoint images with the subtle texture and color of a collagraph. In the first session we’ll freely experiment with making collagraph plates, adding different…

  Jan Thomas’ sculptural vessels made from prints (mixed media & drypoint) have been juried into two shows this year. “Yggdrasil” (above) is selected for the Ohio Craft Museum’s “Best of 2018” juried exhibition. Jan’s “Undulata Naturale” (above) will appear in the National Basketry Organizations Members in Print exhibition, also…