(1912 - 2000)
John Edward Billmyer was active/lived in Colorado, Ohio. John Billmyer is known for abstraction-wood engraving, lithograph, crafts, teaching.
Biography John Billmyer
A Professor of graphics and architecture at the University of Denver, John Edward Billmyer worked in an abstract style and did lithographs and woodcuts. He lived in Denver, having studied at the University of Denver, the Kirkland School of Art in Denver, and Case Western Reserve University, where he earned Bachelor and Masters Arts degrees. He was married to Mina Conant Billmyer, an artist known for whimisical, fairy tale drawings. They met in the 1930s when both were art students at the University of Denver.
As a printmaker, Billmyer created, Flowers, which was used in 1935 as part of the Print-A-Month series of the Cleveland Printmakers' Club. He also did floral wood engravings for the Federal Art Project,
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