Wingate Studio produces and publishes printed editions, books, and special projects in collaboration with contemporary artists of international acclaim. The press specializes in intaglio etching, with an openness to exploration and innovation within and beyond the traditional process. Projects are directed by the artists and facilitated by the press.
Wingate Studio was founded in 1985 by Peter Pettengill after becoming a master printer at Crown Point Press. James Pettengill and Alyssa Robb joined the press as co-directors in 2013. Wingate Studio strives to support a diverse group of artists in their careers by providing an environment where artists can make their best work, by placing work in public and private collections nationally and internationally, and by educating students and the general public on the intaglio etching process.
Located on a 55-acre farm about three hours north of New York City, the studio was built inside a classic New England barn. Following a residency-style model, artists invited to collaborate on projects are provided with a private apartment and freshly prepared meals. Artists work with our master printmakers to produce original artworks in the form of prints and multiples.
Prints published and printed at Wingate Studio are in the collections of the Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College, Baltimore Museum of Art, Chazen Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, Davis Museum, Davison Art Center at Wesleyan College, Hammer Museum, Hood Museum of Art, Library of Congress, Minneapolis Museum of Art, MoMA, Smith College Museum of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, Whitney Museum of American Art, and private collections internationally.
Daniel Rios Rodriguez
941 Northfield Road
Hinsdale, NH 03451