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Amy Buchholz


Lecturer in Art

Amy Buchholz is a graduate of Kirkland and Hamilton Colleges, and holds an M.F.A. in Printmaking from the University of New York at Buffalo. She has been the recipient of a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, and has recently won awards for her etchings from the Society of America Graphic Artists, The Washington Printmakers National Small Works Exhibition, and Arkansas State University’s Bradbury Art Museum, which purchased her work for their permanent collection.

Amy has been an adjunct instructor in Art and Art History at Utica College, and a Lecturer in Art at Hamilton, as well as scholar-in-residence at Hamilton, and technical assistant for the Hamilton printmaking studio. She is a founding member of Atelier Four, a unique project involving two Hamilton alumni printmakers, and two faculty printmakers, who work together in the collaborative spirit of the printmaking studio, and exhibit their work collectively. The group has had thirteen shows during the past ten years.  

Appointed to the Faculty: 2018

Educational Background

M.F.A., University of New York at Buffalo
B.A., Kirkland/Hamilton College

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