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Jean Gumpper


Jean is a Lecturer and Artist in Residence in the Art Department at Colorado College.

Her color woodcut prints are represented in the United States by Davidson Gallery in Seattle; Ebo Gallery in New York; Groveland Gallery in Minneapolis and William Havu Gallery in Denver as well as by Open Studio in Toronto, Canada, and Thomassen Gallery in Gothenburg, Sweden. Jean’s prints are in collections of The Art Bank at Department of State, Washington D.C; in several museums, universities and art centers as well as in collections across the United States, Canada, Finland, Germany, Japan, Nepal and Sweden. Jean received an Individual Visual Artist Fellowship award from the Colorado Council on the Arts.

Jean has taught numerous print workshops including summer courses at Anderson Ranch in Snowmass, Colorado, and at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden with Colorado College faculty.

She has participated in artist residencies at Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, Goldwell Museum in Rhyolite, Nevada, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, the Ucross Foundation, Wyoming and, most recently, at the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.

Regular Classes

  • Advanced Printmaking
  • Intro to Drawing


    • MFA, 1982,  and MA, 1981, University of Wisconsin, Madison
    • BFA, 1977, University of Michigan