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MFA, Rhode Island School of Design
BA, Hamline University

Zach Cramer is an artist and printmaker living in St. Paul. Cramer has instructed courses at RISD, Roger Williams University, and Brown University. In his current practice he uses traditional printmaking, drawing, and painting techniques to develop methods and alternative processes that harness both hand-drawn images, photographic processes, and printed multiples. This is done to arrive at a discrete artwork that uses both traditional and contemporary means of production.

His recent work has been featured in numerous exhibitions, including Fine Art Prints at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Nanjing, China; The Glare at the NARS Foundation in Brooklyn, New York; and the traveling group show Got It For Cheap at Soulland in Copenhagen, Denmark, and at the Hole in New York.