Michelle Martin MFA

Professor of Art/Printmaking Henry Kendall College of Arts & Sciences
School of Art, Design and Art History


Michelle Martin is a Professor of Printmaking at The University of Tulsa and Gallery Director of the Sherman Smith Family Gallery, located at the Henry Zarrow Center for Art and Education in Tulsa, OK. She received her BFA in 1993 from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, and earned her M.F.A. in Printmaking at The Ohio State University in 1996. An active artist working in all print media and drawing, her work has been shown in over 160 national and international exhibitions since 1995, including venues in New Zealand, Venezuela, Iceland, Italy, Bulgaria, Turkey and England. She has won numerous awards and purchase prizes, including an Oklahoma Artist of Excellence Award in 2003, the 2007 Print Prize in the Bradley Print and Drawing Exhibition, and the Oklahoma Visual Arts Fellowship (Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition) in 2008, and the Brackett-Krennerich Purchase Award (Delta National Small Prints Exhibition) in 2013 and 2014. Her work is in several private, public and university collections, including the Zuckerman Museum of Art (Kennesaw, GA), Kohler Library (Madison, Wisconsin), Muscarelle Museum of Art (The College of William and Mary), The Anchor Graphics print archives, The College of Notre Dame of Maryland permanent collection, Rutgers Center for the Innovative Paper, the Southwest Collection (Texas Tech University), and the Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum (University of Louisiana).

Cortona, Italy Program, The University of Georgia
M.F.A., Ohio State University
B.F.A., Texas Tech University

AM 1110 Arts Experiences
AM 3011 Arts Practicum I
AM 3021 Arts Practicum II
AM 3031 Arts Practicum III
AM 4613 Arts Internship I
ART 1023 Introduction to Printmaking: Etching
ART 2023 Drawing II
ART 2023 Drawing II
ART 2123 Printmaking I
ART 4063 Printmaking Studio
ART 4973 Senior Seminar
ART 7063 Printmaking
ART 7983 Research and Thesis
AS 1001 First Year College Experience