The University’s print collection, named after the artist/lithographer who established the teaching of printmaking at the Michaelis School of Fine Art, is curated by Stephen Inggs and Pippa Skotnes and is a unit within the CCA. It is both a didactic tool and a significant collection of works by local and international printmakers. The KHPC not only conserves and researches its collection, but also organises exhibitions and initiates projects to produce new artist’s books and collaborative portfolios.
18 prints (1986) Stephen Inggs and Pippa Skotnes
A portfolio of prints by artists at the Michaelis School of Fine Art, celebrating the centenary of women on campus.
Mordant matters (1988) Jo Ractliffe and Pippa Skotnes
An artist’s book detailing the art and technique of intaglio printmaking
On the surface (1995) Pippa Skotnes and Roderick Sauls
An artist’s book detailing the art and technique of relief printmaking
What’s bred in the stone (1998) Stephen Inggs
An artists’ book detailing the art and technique of lithographic printmaking
Working proof (2003) Stephen Inggs
A portfolio of prints commemorating the 3rd Impact International Printmaking Conference.
Homage Stephen Inggs (with Pippa Skotnes and Thomas Cartwright)
A portfolio of prints made as a homage to Cecil Skotnes