Jolynn Reigeluth, M.F.A.
Adjunct Professor of Printmaking
Jolynn Reigeluth is an artist from Des Moines, IA currently living and working in Indianapolis. She earned an M.F.A. in printmaking from Kansas State University in 2015, and has taught printmaking at Indiana Wesleyan University since early 2016.
Reigeluth’s work combines an array of printmaking processes with drawing, painting, and collage to create print and mixed media hybrids. The imagery is fueled by humor and spontaneity, and is filled with an inventiveness and ambiguity of subject that ranges from cheekily adolescent to darkly absurd.
In recent years, Jolynn has completed a residency in Ontario, Canada, curated collections of prints that have been shown nationally and internationally, and her work has been included in exhibitions across the United States including the International Print Center New York’s New Prints, Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition, Pacific States Biennial North American Printmaking Exhibition, and others. In 2018 Reigeluth will participate in conducting research for a project titled Transforming Printmaking Through Chemical Innovation lead by National Endowment for the Arts Grant Recipients, Jason Scuilla and Stefan Bossmann, of Kansas State University. This research endeavor is intended to lead to safer printmaking practices in university facilities as well as independent presses.
MFA, Kansas State University
BA, Grand View University