Donald Farnsworth Art Prints

Donald Farnsworth obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1974 and his Master of Arts from the University of California at Berkeley in 1977. In addition to being a well-known artist, he is also the director of Magnolia Editions in Oakland, California, a former president of the World Print Council and currently sits on the board of The Graphic Art Council. Farnsworth's work has been displayed throughout the United States and Japan. Not only an accomplished print artist, he is known internationally as a master printmaker and papermaker, and an authority on the history and manufacture of handmade paper. Farnsworth is on the Art Advisory Board of Digital Collections, Inc., a Berkeley software company specializing in image database software for museums, institutions and private collectors. Farnsworth has also taught his craft widely. From 1979 to 1986 he was an Associate Professor at the California College of Arts and Crafts, in 1987 he was a Guest Associate Professor at UC Davis, and from 1988 to 1992 a Guest Associate Professor at UC Berkeley. Currently he teaches at the University of Hawaii. While Farnsworth's pieces are architectural in nature, he pushes the limits of architectural renderings with the addition of unusual textures and designs. Adding touches like a zig-zag woven pattern or Japanese characters to otherwise traditional columns and arches makes for a style that is like no other.

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