Elizabeth Ballard-Branco (Kellogg)
Elizabeth Ballard-Branco (Kellogg) is a nonbinary, printmaking BFA student at Sacramento State University. After taking an introductory printmaking course at Santa Rosa Junior College in 2019, Kellogg fell in love with relief and intaglio methods and chose to shift their focus from graphic design to printmaking. This background in graphic design lends itself to clean, organized compositions, as well as a passion for various art and graphic design movements that inspire the artist’s work.
Kellogg is passionate about creating inclusive and accessible printmaking communities. As the current president of the Print Club at Sac State, they work with their colleagues to create engaging activities and to join community opportunities that spotlight printmaking. With plans to open the only Riso studio in Sacramento, Kellogg strives to share their love and knowledge of printmaking and create more opportunities to learn with the greater Sacramento community.