Frontiers in Printmaking conference presenter information
Koichi Yamamoto

Koichi Yamamoto was born in Osaka, Japan 1967.
He moved to Dayton, Wyoming in 1983 where he recognized importance of communication through visual.
Completed BFA at the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon in 1992 then moved to Krakow, Poland for search of Lithography stones.
Continue producing works in Warsaw, Poland until 1993 and attended Bratislava Academy of Fine Arts in Slovakia in 1994 to study copper engravings. 
In 1995 produced monotypes in Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan, Poland. 
Completed MFA at University of Alberta, Canada in 1999 and worked as a textile designer in Fredericia, Denmark. 
From 2000 to 2006, he was Assistant Professor at Utah State University in Logan, Utah and Assistant Professor at University of Delaware in Newark, Delaware.  currently University of Tennessee

Demonstration: Large-Scale Monotypes
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