Paul Mullowney, Master Printer, runs Mullowney Printing in the Mission District of San Francisco. A multi-faceted print studio, Mullowney Printing focuses on publishing and printing etchings, woodcut, photogravure, direct gravure, screen print, and letterpress editions by leading contemporary artists. The studio also runs community workshops, internships, and public exhibitions.
Mullowney Printing utilizes a 40" x 70" American French Tool, a 40" x 30" Offset Dufa, and a Vandercook Universal I as well as a Vandercook SP 25.
After becoming a Master Printer at Crown Point Press in San Francisco, California, Mullowney went on to run studios in Japan and Maui, Hawaii. He has taught at Pacific Northwest College of Art and San Francisco Art Institute, as well as numerous printmaking workshops in America and Japan.
Erin McAdams graduated from the Academy of Art University with a BFA in printmaking in 2016. She started working for Paul Mullowney in 2015.
After graduating from Academy of Art in 2015, Keisha Mrotek started working for Mullowney Printing in 2016.
Harry Schneider has been printing for Mullowney Printing since 2016 after graduating from Pacific Northwest College of Art with a MFA in Print Media. He has printed for Watershed Publications, Portland, and Hatch Show Print.
Max Valentine graduated from CSU Chico State with his BFA in 2016 and has been printing with Mullowney Printing since moving to San Francisco. He currently interns at Kala Art Institute.