Andrew DeCaen

Printmaking Program Coordinator
Associate Professor

Job Overview: 
Andrew DeCaen teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in printmaking and co-leads a study abroad course biannually through the Santa Reparata International School of Art.
Contact Information
Art Building, Room 205
Areas of Expertise: 
Printmaking (lithography, intaglio screenprint, monotype, relief, and hybrid print forms), drawing, and sculptural works on paper.

Andrew DeCaen’s creative research focuses on printmaking, drawing, and sculptural works employing paper. Eating and other rituals surrounding food are the context of his work. These artworks explore the space, time, and manner in which we eat, prepare, and acquire our meals. Andrew DeCaen was born in Ventura, California. He received a BA from the University of Dallas and an MFA from the University of South Dakota. DeCaen’s prints, drawings, and paper sculpture have been shown broadly in the US and internationally in Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Columbia, Denmark, England, Finland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Romania, Sweden, and Turkey. His work has been featured in publications such as Printmaking Today, Drawing magazine, and 500 Paper Objects.