Wayne Kimball was born on July 15, 1943 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is an artist and educator who lives and works in Springville, Utah.
M.F.A., The University of Arizona; Tucson, AZ (1970)
TMP (Tamarind Master Printer Certification), Tamarind Institute, The University of New Mexico; Albuquerque, NM (1971)
B.A. College of Southern Utah, Cedar City, UT (1968)
Teaching: University of Wisconsin at Madison, California State University at Long Beach and the University of Texas at Austin
Professor and Printmaking Area Coordinator, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT (retired, active 1984-2009)
Kimball participated in a collaborative project at Normal Editions Workshop in the School of Art at Illinois State University in 1986 and as a guest printer in 2007.
This edition of Two Birds and a Bad Dive was produced during the Frontiers in Printmaking Conference at Illinois State University.
Jim Butler sponges the plate
Wayne Kimball rolling ink on a plate
Wayne Kimball placing the edition paper on the plate while Jim Butler gets the backing sheet
Wayne Kimball cranking the lithography press while Jim Butler inspects the tympan grease
Richard Finch and Wayne Kimball inspect the freshly printed impression
Wayne Kimball rolls black ink on the stone for the final run of the print
Wayne Kimball cranking the lithography press during the editioning demonstration
Wayne Kimball lifts the freshly printed impression from the stone
Wayne Kimball inspects the print while Bekah McLean sponges the stone
Wayne Kimball speaks to the conference attendees during his demonstration
Discussion of printing multi-color lithographs with Wayne Kimball
Completed 10-run print in the foreground with Wayne Kimball re-charging the roller with ink in the background