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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.
Lisa King has completed her debut album The Language of Birds. She calls her group The Hot Place. “A patrolman apprehended the boxer Jack Johnson for speeding through his little town. He fined him $100 on the spot. Jack said, “Here’s a $100 for now and another $100 for later, because when I come back through, I’ll be driving just as fast.” The cop said, “Boy, if you keep acting like that, you’re gonna’ go straight to the Hot Place.” I thought, now that is rock and roll, and that’s what I’m going to name my band.” – Lisa King
Lisa wrote all of the songs on The Language of Birds. Although inseparable from her Mosrite bass guitar, she also played a roster of instruments, some raised from a steamer trunk of vintage guitars and analog synthesizers; others sprang from her wild antique menagerie like the 1920s Marxophone and the calliope-sounding Portatiev.
Lisa may have begun The Language of Birds by herself, but she hopes it feels more like a band called The Hot Place. She co-produced the album with The Swimming Pool Q’s’ Jeff Calder, who also played guitar and contributed his multi-instrumental diversity within the album. The Q’s Robert Schmid played drums. Southern Tracks’ Steven Morrison mixed most of the songs and performed on piano, 12-string and vibes. Mike Lynn, formerly of Betty’s Not A Vitamin, was a contributing guitarist, as well. Lisa King has a degree in Fine Arts from Georgia State University, specializing in cutting-edge printmaking disciplines like non-toxic etching and lithography. She’s been a member of the Atlanta bands Unminded and Threshold, and she’s played keyboards with The Swimming Pool Q’s and Glenn Phillips of the Hampton Grease Band.
Susan Goldman, is Artistic Director/Owner of Lily Press in Rockville, Maryland. Goldman received a National Endowment for the Arts Grant 2011-12, to complete as producer and director “Midwest Matrix, an hour-long documentary videotape/DVD on the fine art printmaking tradition of the American Midwest. Midwest Matrix premiered at The University of Iowa, Iowa City in December 2012, and in March 2013, was shown at SGCI Print Milwaukee. Next stop for the documentary is the Inland Symposium, April 4-5, 2013, at Bradley University in Peoria, IL. Midwest Matrix will be screened in November 2013, in New York City, during Print Week at the Armory and other venues throughout the city, and is sponsored by the International Fine Print Dealers Association Foundation.
Goldman just completed a commission for the Abu Dhabi Nations Towers St. Regis, United Arab Emirates. Her prints were also recently exhibited at Art Basel Miami and at The Old Print Shop in New York City.
Lily Press print projects include artists: Rudy Pozzatti, Eve Stockton, Marti Patchell, Sheila Crider; Preston Sampson, Ellen Hill, EJ Montgomery, Gina Lewis, Mindy Weisel, Renee Stout, Linn Meyers, Miriam Morsel Nathan, Brece Honeycutt, Elizabeth Catlett, Michael Gross and Jo Baer.
She is founder and co-curator since 1993 of the interdisciplinary community arts project, The Art of Work, The Work of Art ©. Goldman is a 2009 recipient of the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County Creative Projects Grant. In 2009, she was Visiting Artist at: SAM Fox School of Design and Visual Arts, Washington University in St. Louis; Indiana University, Bloomington; University of Iowa, Iowa City, and University of Wisconsin, Madison.
"Jonathan Stewart teaches printmaking at Texas Christian University. When he not teaching or printing, he's probably thinking about doing those things while listening to records. His work has recently been included in the 52nd Annual Japan Print Society Exhibition at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum and in the Oso Bay North American Printmaking Exhibition at Texas A & M University. He lives with his wife Stacey in Ft. Worth, Texas."