Timothy Frerichs

Timothy Frerichs

Timothy Frerichs received a Bachelor of Arts from St. Olaf College, MN, and a Master of Arts and Master of Fine Arts from the University of Iowa. A Professor of Art, Frerichs is the Coordinator for the Foundations Area and teaches Printmaking, Artist Books, and Paper Arts. Frerichs has received numerous awards including a 2015 State University of New York at Fredonia President’s award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, two Fulbright awards to Germany, a Netherland-America Foundation Cultural Grant, a Constance Saltonstall Foundation Grant for Printmaking, and a Scandinavian-America Foundation Fellowship to Sweden. Frerichs’ drawings, prints, artist books, and installations have been widely exhibited nationally and internationally. His artwork is included in international and national public and private collections.

Phone: 716.673.3811
Email: Timothy.Frerichs@fredonia.edu
Website: www.timothyfrerichs.com

Faculty work:

Waterways - Shale, Handmade black/gray Kozo paper with watermarks/blow outs, archival digital ink prints, Flexi-rock, Coptic binding, approx. 10”x14.5”x.5”, 2015.


Fissile - Shale, Handmade black cotton/abaca paper with watermarks/blow outs, ink drawing, Flexi-rock, Coptic binding, approx. 11.75”x15.5”x7/8”, 2015.


Penetrating Minds Installation at Big Orbit Gallery, Buffalo NY, April 23rd- June 28th, 2012. Tyvec, galvanized pipe, steel cable, ink, woodcuts, pressed collected flora from Tifft Nature Preserve, Buffalo NY, digital prints, Kozo and gampi papers, adhesive.


INKIJK Weesperplein Installation T(Here)

Site-specific installation in Weesperplein Metro Station in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 
Ink on Tyvec stretched on PVC pipe, monofilament line,  Approximately 8‘x30‘x10’, 2010.
The exhibit was made possible through grants from the Netherland America Cultural Grant, the American Embassy, The Haque, and a NYFA Strategic Opportunity Grant.

Visual Arts and New Media

217 Rockefeller Arts Center
State University of New York at Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063
(716) 673-3537