Peter Pettengill founded Wingate Studio in 1985 after spending seven years as a printer at Crown Point Press. James Pettengill and Alyssa Robb joined the press as co-directors in 2013. Wingate Studio supports a diverse group of artists in their careers by providing an environment where artists can make their best work. Beyond projects, Wingate Studio places published works in public and private collections nationally and internationally, and educates students and the general public on the intaglio etching process. To learn more about our process and how we work please visit Our Processes page and see our News from the Studio.
The studio occupies a classic New England barn located on a 55-acre farm about three hours north of New York City. Artists invited to collaborate on projects are provided with a comfortable private apartment and freshly prepared meals with ingredients from the farm. Artists work with our master printmakers to produce original artworks in the form of prints and multiples. Additionally, artists wishing to publish their own projects may hire Wingate Studio to produce their work–please contact us for rates and scheduling.
Wingate Studio’s highly regarded Apprenticeship Program has been ongoing for over 20 years. If you are interested in apprenticing, please read over the program description and application process. Wingate Studio gives lectures and teaches workshops for galleries, residencies, universities, and museums. If you are interested in inviting Wingate Studio to teach a workshop or lecture, or scheduling a class visit to our studio, please contact us.
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941 Northfield Road, Hinsdale, NH 03451
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