Dominic Senibaldi is a visual artist who predominately uses printmaking as his visual mode of communication. Working in Lithography, and Screen Printing, Dominic focuses on the expressive power of drawing. He also utilizes many other mediums such as graphite materials and watercolors. Dominic is interested in how each different medium has the ability to visually express different information in the content of the work. Lithography crayons have a visual softness, 4h graphite pencils have a harsh rigidness, and watercolors can have a fluid atmospheric quality. Dominic uses the visual language of each medium to explore concepts and communicate his ideas.
Dominic Senibaldi was born and raised is Spokane WA. At the age of 19 he moved to Seattle, WA. While in Seattle, Dominic focused on playing music with various rock groups, and working at a thrift store. At the age of 21, Dominic relocated to Aberdeen, WA. He began to attend Grays Harbor College in 2005. In his second quarter, he took an art class and began to study with Erik Sandgren, who remains to this day a close family friend and mentor. It was during this early college education that Dominic decided to fully commit to and pursue an artistic career.
After finishing an AA degree at Grays Harbor College, he attended Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA. While at WWU, Dominic received his BA in Printmaking. In 2009 He moved half way across the country to attend The School of The Art Institute of Chicago where he received his BFA in Printmaking in 2011. While attending SAIC, Dominic applied to graduate schools across the country. In 2011 he was accepted into the graduate program at Herron School of Art and Design in Indianapolis, IN. He received his MFA in Printmaking in 2013.
Dominic currently lives and works in Indianapolis, where he is an Adjunct Professor at Herron School of Art and Design.
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