(b. 1997, Tampa Bay)
Logan Ray Bishop (he/him/they) is a painter, printmaker, designer, and
writer from Clearwater, FL. He is a prospective MFA '24 candidate at UConn.
2024 MFA in Studio Art, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
2020 BFA in Graphic Arts, University of South Florida, St. Pete, FL.
Concentration in Illustration
Magna Cum Laude, 3.7 GPA
Minor in Art History
2019 USF School of Art History’s Paris Program and Venice Excursion
2016 Palm Harbor University High School
Center for Wellness and Medical Professions
2020 USF, For You, Online BFA in Graphic Arts Exhibition
2019 Manhattan Graphics Center 4th New York International Miniature Print Exhibition,
Intaglio print selected by juror Sarah Kirk Hanley
2019 USFSP Dean’s Suite
2019 USFSP Vice Chancellor’s Office
2019 National Society for Arts and Letters, National Winston Visual Art Scholarship
2018 National Society for Arts and Letters, Regional Winston Visual Art Scholarship
2020 USF & UT: Art & Culture Class, Online Guest Lectures
What is Drawing? & Printmaking: When it Started to Now
2019 - 2020 Painter Jay Giroux, Tampa, FL., Studio Assistant
Created grounds for works by utilizing fluid mediums
2019 Painter Taylor O. Thomas, Tampa, FL., Studio Assistant
Helped transfer relief printmaking elements onto canvas.
2019 Places, Spaces, & Art, St. Pete, FL., Graphic Designer
Designed and implemented a brand system utilized in a newsletter sent out on campus.
2019 Bleu Acier Inc., Tampa, FL., Intern
Assisted master printer Erika Greenberg-Schneider in client and research projects.
Learned various techniques such as chine-colle, intaglio, and lithography.
2018 - 2019 Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL., Graphic Design Intern
Scanned in and edited images from the museum’s collection to help their transition of a new database.
Designed illustrations that were painted on exhibition walls.
2018 - 2019 USFSP: Printmaking & Drawing, St. Pete, FL., Teaching Assistant
Assisted the professor developing images for students through critique.
Oversaw the process of printmaking and provided demos while helping
beginning printmaking students.
Photograph by Claire Jennings, 2018