Annie Bissett


Annie Bissett is a mostly self-taught artist who has been working primarily with Japanese-style woodblock prints (moku hanga) since 2005, when she studied briefly with New Hampshire woodblock artist Matt Brown. Annie’s print work builds on her 25+ year career as a freelance digital illustrator, serving a national clientele that has included Time-Life Publications, National Geographic Society, American Express, and the Wall Street Journal. Her woodblock prints have been exhibited in a number of printmaking venues including Boston Printmakers Biennial, Los Angeles Printmaking Society, the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, the Print Center in Philadelphia, IPCNY, and the International Mokuhanga Conference in Kyoto Japan. She has been an instructor at Zea Mays Printmaking Studio since 2009 and also travels to conduct workshops at studios and institutions throughout the U.S.