Scott S. Frish, M.F.A.
Assistant Professor of Art
Office: Mary Moody Northen Hall, Room 270
Frish joined the Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities in 2003. He received a B.F.A. degree in two-dimensional art from the University of Arizona in 1988 and a M.F.A. degree in printmaking from the University of Washington in 1991.
Teaching and Related Service
Frish teaches printmaking, computer art and fine art foundations. He has participated in more than 60 regional, national and international exhibitions in the last 15 years. Previous to joining the faculty at WTAMU, he worked as an associate printer at Stone Press Editions Inc. in Seattle, Wash.
Frish has had memberships with the College Arts Association since 1991 and the Southern Graphics Council since 2004, and he has been a board member at the Amarillo Museum of Art since 2005.
Research and Creative Activity
Frish’s work has focused on the integration of digital technologies into tradition print mediums including lithography, intaglio and serigraphy. He is also one of a handful of fine artists to use the newly developed large format digital chromogenic process call “Lightjet.”
Frish lives in Canyon with his wife Stacy, daughter Lucy and their three pointers: Gus, Poppy and Dott.