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Frish received a BFA from the University of Arizona and a MFA from the University of Washington. While in Seattle Scott began an association with Stone Press editions, that lasted over ten years, where he acted as digital technician and associate printer. After working at Seattle University for three years Frish left the Northwest to take a tenured position at West Texas A&M University in Canyon, located just a little south of Amarillo, Texas. He has taught printmaking, computer art and foundations for the last ten years.
In 2010 Frish and his colleagues transplanted Vermillion Edition Limited, a famed print shop formally located in Minneapolis, MN. Now in it’s new home in Amarillo, Scott has spent the last three years publishing and printing for artists such as Jeff Dell, Bill Fick, John Hitchcock, Michael Krueger, John Lysak, Catherine Prose and Jenny Schmid. Frish states that although he is primarily interested in the conversion of digital imagery to analog printmaking, his involvement in the Vermillion project has broadened his focus to include that of offset lithography.
As an artist Frish stays active, exhibiting both regionally and nationally. He is especially looking forward to his upcoming show in September, at Studio dell Arte Grafica Il Bisonte, in Florence, Italy.
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