Tyler Dylan Lotz is an artist and educator living and working in Bloomington-Normal, IL.
MFA, New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University; Alfred, NY (2000)
BFA, Penn State University; University Park, PA (1998)
Professor of Art and Ceramics, School of Art, Illinois State University; Normal, IL
MFA Graduate Coordinator, School of Art, Illinois State University; Normal, IL
Lotz, participated in a collaborative print project at Normal Editions Workshop in the School of Art at Illinois State University for the portfolio CVA Suite III in 2017-18.
Artist Tyler Lotz signs the "Right to Print" impression at Normal Editions in 2017.
Rangeland is available for sale in CVA Suite III portfolio.
artist, Tyler Lotz, and graduate student, Felicia Cannon, review laser cut samples using Kitikata paper
Felicia Cannon rinsing a freshly developed photo-lithography plate at the graining sink
Ryan Paluczak and Tyler Lotz coordinating digital files in the digital fabrication lab
Tyler Lotz working on the digital files in the digital fabrication lab with N.E.W. Team and Lab Tech
Lab Tech, Tyler Lotz, and Ryan Paluczak test files ready for laser cutting tests
Morgan Price, Tyler Lotz, and Michael Blake reviewing laser cut samples in Kitikata paper
Ryan Paulczak and Michael Blake double-checks precise measurements for registration for laser cut file
Morgan Price hands the registration system for cutting papers to Ryan Paluczak while Tyler Lotz works with the digital files and Michael Blake observes the process
Tyler Lotz, Morgan Price, and Ryan Paluczak review a sample cutting of the final file
Artist, Tyler Lotz, signing "Right to Print" impressions
Molly Markow mixing yellow-orange ink for run #1
Felicia Cannon mixing blue ink for run #2
Alyssa Palmer sponging water on the photo-lithography plate on the press
Alyssa Palmer sponges the plate while Veda Rives Aukerman prepares the blue ink roller
Alyssa Palmer and Veda Rives Aukerman fanning the plate dry to print a proof
two students observe Veda Rives Aukerman pulling a freshly printed impression from the plate with Alyssa Palmer and John Perry assisting with the production printing
Felicia Cannon removing a laser cut piece of Kitikata paper from the registration jig
Morgan Price documents Ryan Paluczak's work with the laser cutter
Felicia Cannon loading paper and jig in laser cutter with Morgan Price and Ryan Paluczak in the digital fabrication lab
Artist, Tyler Lotz, signing the finished prints with assistance from Morgan Price