The Studio

The Print Studio

Print Studio


Crow’s Shadow brings in emerging and established artists to produce monotypes, monoprints and editions — including lithographs, linocuts, woodcuts, monoprints, monotypes, and more. Our ever-growing portfolio of published prints encompasses the work of many outstanding artists of diverse backgrounds and media. The studio specializes in lithography with capacity for both metal plate and stone lithography production. We have four presses: two Takach presses, a Takach-Garfield, and a Griffin.

Invited Artists-in-Residence have the use of the full studio during their residency. Completing their print production often books several months of studio use each year but depending on availability, the studio may be rented for $450/day and contract work may be scheduled. Artists from the CTUIR are encouraged to contact us for studio availability for special printmaking projects (no fee). We do not do any form of digital reproduction, all works must be original and created in studio by the artist.  Several print workshops are scheduled each year, sometimes directly through Crow’s Shadow, and in the Spring through PNCA’s Community Education courses. Please sign up for our monthly newsletter and keep an eye on our Facebook page if you would like to be notified of upcoming workshops and events.

Our studio is housed within the historic Saint Andrews mission schoolhouse, itself situated at the base of the Blue Mountain foothills on the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR). By many accounts, it is a peaceful and inspiring place to come and create art.

Grffin Press


Print Studio