Miami Portfolio

The MIAMI Portfolio: past + present = future features exemplary work by fifteen former and current professors of art at Miami University. Spearheaded by Professor Ellen Price, who shepherded the project from concept to completion, the portfolio artwork was individually hand printed using lithography, woodcut or etching during the spring and summer of 2010, with all proceeds from the sale of a limited edition of thirty portfolios dedicated to art student scholarships.

The MIAMI Portfolio was featured in the Teaching Resources Project by Stephanie Danker's ART395 Art Across the Curriculum course, beginning in Fall 2015. Through the project, students created cross-curricular lesson plans for PK-12 educators that focus on a theme related to a work or artist's approach in The MIAMI Portfolio collection.

Miami University Art Museum purchased edition number 3; now part of its permanent collection, images of the fifteen prints from The MIAMI Portfolio appear below.

1 Au, Andrew etching
Pb:Q:44, Etching by Andrew Au, Assistant Professor

Lithograph by Lon Beck, Professor Emeritus
Portal III, Lithograph by Lon Beck, Professor Emeritus

Chung, Joomi
Lost Land, Lithograph by Joomi Chung, Assistant Professor

Larry Collins
The Messenger, Color Lithograph by Larry Winston Collins, Associate Professor

Joseph Cox
Buck Paxton Woods, Etching by Joseph L. Cox, III, Professor Emeritus

Crosson Curry
…his sort of angel & company…, Lithograph by Crossan Hays Curry, Professor Emeritus

Susan Ewing
Star Sphere, Embossment by Susan R. Ewing, Distinguished Professor

Tracy Featherstone
With Urgent Wanderlust, Color Woodcut by Tracy Featherstone, Associate Professor

James Killy
60-200 Grit, Intaglio by E. James Killy, Professor Emeritus

Jerry Morris
Pappy II, Woodcut by Jerry Morris, Professor Emeritus

Edward Montgomery
Tortoise and Hare, Lithograph by Edward Montgomery, Associate Professor

Ellen Price
Keeping, Intaglio by Ellen J. Price, Professor

Dana Saulnier
From Night Series, Lithograph by Dana Saulnier, Professor

Roscoe Wilson
Drill and Burn, Lithograph by Roscoe Wilson, Associate Professor

Robert Wolfe
Wedding Pony, Jaipur, Lithograph, applied color by Robert Wolfe, Professor Emeritus