Aaron Wilson
Professor of Art
printmaking

Aaron Wilson teaches Printmaking and Foundations at UNI. Prior to moving to Iowa, he completed his BFA at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, and then earned an MFA from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. He has been the recipient of various institutional and state grants; has shown his work extensively in national juried exhibitions; and has been featured in solo and two-person exhibitions regionally, nationally, and in Canada.
























For over a decade, Professor Wilson’s art has explored the use of non-conventional printmaking formats. He regularly uses digital imaging techniques in combination with other media, in an effort to expand the bounds of traditional printmaking. These techniques have enabled him to use printmaking in sculptural and hybrid forms, such as installation. As a result, he often tries to bridge the gap between two-dimensional and three-dimensional spaces and aesthetic sensibilities. In subject matter, his work often ranges from politics and suburban lifestyle to visual sensation. For more about his work, click here.


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http://www.aaron-wilson.net/mailto:Aaron.Wilson@uni.edushapeimage_2_link_0shapeimage_2_link_1
department of art faculty and staff
university of northern iowa Recent works 
by Aaron Wilson—

Above Into the Plains (2001). Screenprint on panel. Right Parlor (2005). Mixed media installation. Below Three Graces (2002). Screenprint 
on panel.
Suggested Links
Southern Graphics Council
MidAmerica Print Councilhttp://www.southerngraphics.org/index.asphttp://homepages.ius.edu/special/mapc/MAPC.htmlshapeimage_5_link_0shapeimage_5_link_1
Aaron Wilson— 
“Printmaking is
a broad and flexible medium.  It endlessly intrigues me.  Just considering its potential compels me to use it and share it with others.”