Otterbein artist-in-residence, Lancelott Belaunde

Otterbein University and Nicholas Hill, Professor of Art, at the university welcomed Artist in Residence, Lancelott Belaunde, from Santiago, Chile, to Columbus during October.

While in Chile, Lancelott create a suite of prints to exhibit at Otterbein during his residence. Approximately twenty-five of the new prints were exhibited for the first time in the entrance to Miller Gallery.

While in Columbus, Lancelott attended our October artist talk event. He then returned to etch and develop images on copper plates for new prints. A special Thank you to core member Eliana Saari and Michael Saari for assisting him with his processes at Phoenix Rising.

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243 N. Fifth St.
Suite 140
Columbus, Ohio 43215


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Hours of operation:

Effective March 15, 2013, Open Studio hours are:

  • First Wednesday of each month from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
  • Third Saturday of each month from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM OR
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Mission Statement

Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative is dedicated to promoting the art of printmaking by providing a well-equipped studio, educational opportunities and an environment of mutual support, camaraderie and inspiration for artists and students, and the community.


Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative was formed in 1996, and began renovating a 1904 building into a studio facility that opened its doors in September 1998. From its beginning the studio was equipped with a Takach etching press, a Vandercook relief press and materials to accommodate a variety of printmaking techniques. Later, Phoenix Rising acquired a second etching press and added additional mobile work tables so that more printmakers could work at the same time.

Phoenix Rising had always operated as a nonprofit organization, and in June of 2010 was officially granted 501(c)(3)status. The cooperative moved to its present larger venue in December 2011. The current facility is on the ground floor of a vintage factory with a full wall of north facing windows and is ADA compliant.

Phoenix Rising's artist members offer a variety of workshops and classes that highlight their particular skills and guest artists are invited to give special presentations. The artists of Phoenix Rising provide outreach programs demonstrating and teaching printmaking techniques in a variety of venues - public and private schools, art groups, colleges, artist's residencies, in-service workshops, etc.