Christopher Hartshorne received his BFA in Illustration from The Columbus College of Art and Design and his MFA in printmaking from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. Christopher’s woodcuts have been exhibited at The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The William Penn Foundation, The Woodmere Art Museum, The Art Institute of Philadelphia, The Delaware Art Museum, The Romanian Academy in Rome, and The Fleisher Art Memorial Wind Challenge series. He has been a fellow at the Center For Emerging Visual Artists and also with The New Courtland Artist Program. Christopher has taught at the Rhode Island School of Design, Tyler School of Art, and has taught in many public school connected art programs throughout Philadelphia, including The Mural Arts Program, The Arthur Ross Gallery at the University of Pennsylvania, The Print Center and The Philadelphia Museum of Art. He has recently completed two artist residencies at The Oregon College of Art & Craft (2018) and as The Sylvia J. Smith Artist in Residence at Dickinson College (2019). Christopher currently lives in Bellingham, Washington and teaches at Western Washington University.
Woodcuts and Relief Prints on Shiramine and Surface Gampi Paper
Produced as part of The Spring 2019 Sylvia J. Smith Artist In Residence at Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA