Katie Baldwin (Huntsville, AL) is a printmaker and book artist who has traveled internationally as an artist in residence. She was one of seven international artists selected in 2004 to learn traditional Japanese woodblock printing (mokuhanga) from master carvers and printers at the Nagasawa Residency on Awaji Island, Japan. Through her imprint Queen Anne’s Revenge Press, Baldwin produces artist’s books and woodblock prints. She has exhibited extensively, most recently at The Ice Box, Philadelphia; San Francisco Center for the Book; and Gedai University, Tokyo. Her work can be found in collections including the Library of Congress, Washington, DC. She has received grant funding through several organizations, including the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and the Independence Foundation Fellowship in the Arts. Baldwin received her MFA from the University of the Arts, Philadelphia. She served as the Victor Hammer Fellow at Wells College, Aurora, NY, from 2011 – 2013 and is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Alabama Huntsville.