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Department of Art and Design

Art History

The study of art history explores how societies and individuals have used the visual arts to convey the ideas and values that were important to them. (Read more)

Bill Hosterman

Associate Professor, Foundations, Drawing and Printmaking

Bill Hosterman is an Associate Professor in Foundations, Drawing and Printmaking. He is the faculty director of The Padnos Student Gallery. Hosterman received his undergraduate degree in printmaking from Penn State University in 1995 and a graduate degree in printmaking from Indiana University-Bloomington in 1999. From 1995-1996 he was in Southern Africa studying art and printmaking while on a Fulbright Grant. Working primarily in printmaking, Hosterman has exhibited his work nationally and internationally. During May and June of 2012, he was one of the artist at The Jentel Artists Residency Center in Sheridan, Wyoming. In May of 2013 he attended The Paper and Book Intensive at Ox-Bow Artists Residency Center in Saugatuck, Michigan.

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Bill Hosterman -

For Smoking, Pen and Watercolor, 10" x 15", 2016.

Bill Hosterman - Nets

Nets, Etching and Watercolor, 17" x 23", 2015.

Bill Hosterman - Guide

Guide, Etching and Watercolor, 9" x 12", 2014.