The purpose of the Honorary Member category is to honor individuals who have a history of major, sustained contributions to the practice of printmaking based on work in their field as an artist, historian, curator, or related arts professional in any country.
Scott Berglin 1995
David Beronä 2005 (deceased)
Karin Breuer 1999 Achenbach Foundation
Kathan Brown 1992 Crown Point Press
John Buck 2011 website
Enrique Chagoya 2010 website
Liz Chalfin zea mays printmaking
Don and Era Farnsworth 2017 Magnolia Editions
Sherana Harriette Frances 2003 website
Juan Fuentes 2005 website
Archana Horsting 2001 Kala Institute
Robert Flynn Johnson 1987
Karl Kasten 1997 (deceased)
Lynwood Kreneck 1987 website
Daniel Lienau 1988 Annex Gallery
Nathan Oliveira 1991 (deceased)
Roy Ragle 2005 (deceased)
Andrew Stasik 1991 website
Mel Strawn 2012 website
Carol Summers 2000 (deceased) website
Wayne Thiebaud website
Beth Van Hoesen 1993 (deceased)
Xavier Viramontes 2006 website
Dan Welden 2018 website
William T Wiley 2009 website
Thomas Wojak 2019 website
- One or more printmakers, art historians, curators, or related arts professionals may be honored at a CSP annual meeting.
- Honorary members are nominated by current Artist members
- Current members of the CSP Board of Directors are not eligible for honorary status.
- Life-time paid CSP membership with all rights and privileges of CSP artist members
- Access to a broad base of independent printmakers
- Opportunity to participate in Society events such as exhibitions, studio visits, panel discussions
- Opportunity to join the CSP listserv for information on exhibition opportunities, exhibitions, printmakers in the news, printmaking materials for sale, workshops, etc.
- Receipt of all CSP publications and mailings
- Nominations are made in the form of a letter written under one or more signatures by CSP artist members, or CSP honorary members.
- Nomination packets should include one or more letters of support for the nomination, including why you feel your nominee should receive this award, the nominee’s biographical information, and any relevant supporting documentation. Supporting letters may be submitted by both members and non-members.
- Nomination packets may be submitted electronically via the CSP Submittable account or mailed by U.S. Post to CSP, Post Office Box 194202, San Francisco, CA 94119-4202.
- Nomination packs must be received no later than Feb. 1 for consideration in the current calendar year.
- The decision of the CSP Board of Directors is final.
- All nomination packets will become property of the CSP Archives at the Bancroft Library, University of California.
Adopted by the CSP Board of Directors Aug. 19, 2014