Joseph Scheer 

Deileohila elpenor elpenor, 2016 Archival print on museum etching watercolor paper 54 × 60 in

Deileohila elpenor elpenor, 2016
Archival print on museum etching watercolor paper
54 × 60 in

Scheer currently works as Professor of Print Media at Alfred University, New York, and also as the Director/Founder of the Institute for Electronic Arts at Alfred University, New York.  He actively collaborates with scientists on “Imaging Biodiversity” projects with the Drylands Institute in Tuscon, AZ and the National Autonomous University of Mexico.  Scheer has exhibited widely internationally and his work is represented in numerous public and private collections.  Recently, his work was part of the exhibit, American Printmaking Now, which traveled to five major Chinese museums.  His most recent work has been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, the National Museum of China (Beijing), and The Field Museum (Chicago).  Two books have been published about his work: Night Vistions, he Secret Designs of Moths (Prestel Publishing) and Night Flyers (Nexus Press).  His work has been written about in over 120 books, exhibitions catalogues and periodicals including: National Geographic, Nature, ArtForum, ArtNews, Science and the New York Times.