Artdose Magazine is excited to announce its newest initiative, Artdose Editions. This year we invited Rachel Hausmann Schall as our inaugural artist. Her print, “In Fourths” will commemorate our 10th year anniversary with a limited edition screen print. Artdose Magazine believes in supporting art-centered businesses and designing initiatives that support local and regional artists. This year we are collaborating with Anchor Press, Paper, and Print (AP3) located inside the the House of RAD in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Artist Rachel Hausmann Schall signing Artdose Magazine’s first limited edition screen print.
Artist Rachel Hausmann Schall + Frank Juárez, publisher admiring the finished screen print. Photo by Rachel Foster.
This screen print is titled, “In Fourths”, is a limited edition of 75. Each screen print comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity.
The process. Photos by Artdose Magazine.

Artist: Rachel Hausmann Schall

Title: “In Fourths”, 2023

Screen print on Fuse Green and Whitewash Cardstock. Each print has 3 layers.  One under the halftone, the halftone and pops of hot pink.

Limited edition of 75

Size: 19″ (height) x 12.5″ (width)

Cost: $55.00 (includes shipping) unframed

Release date: May 1, 2023

Screen printed by AP3 (Anchor Press, Print, & Paper), Milwaukee, Wisconsin


My collage practice incorporates aspects of printmaking, drawing, painting, and digital media. I begin by generating my own collage material like monotype prints or paintings which are destroyed throughout the creative process by being ripped or cut apart. These initial compositions are inspired by intuitive mark making, experimentation, and play. Prints, drawings, and paintings are repurposed as raw material and treated like building blocks for larger collages as they are torn and cut apart into new puzzle-like pieces. Once I have substance to work with, I arrange pieces of collage papers by continuously moving and organizing elements until a composition feels complete. I try multiple combinations of cut-outs and reposition materials, lines, and textures while discovering relationships between negative and positive space. Layers are built, shapes are uncovered, and solutions to compositions emerge.

Abstraction characterizes my language as a visual artist and reflects my patterns of thinking and making. I use collage to build connections between styles of mark making and to react to a variety of formal elements and mediums. I embrace the immediacy of collage processes and value that they can produce results quickly. My subject matter is often influenced by simple shapes, patterns, marks, and text. Similar to the surrealists and dadists, I am interested in exploring the unconscious by creating intuitively and without limitations or expectations. The results are black and white collages that express balance and reflect the “pieces falling into place.” By trusting my instincts and relinquishing control, I am able to organize visual data with collage techniques and communicate the power of automatic thought and the subconscious through abstract means.


Rachel Hausmann Schall is a born and raised midwestern artist, writer, and educator living and working in central Wisconsin. She received her BFA from the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) in 2015. She exhibits work regularly at gallery spaces in Milwaukee, including solo exhibitions at Chamber (2016) and the Real Tinsel (2021) and has shown nationally at a variety of museums, galleries, and artist-run spaces.

Her work takes shape in many forms, although currently, she is interested in exploring text, language, and mark-making through written and visual mediums like collage, painting, sculpture, and printmaking. Hausmann Schall is one of the co-organizers of the emerging artist grant and exhibition program The Grilled Cheese Grant. In addition to her practice as an artist, Rachel is a contributing writer for both the Chicago-based arts publication Sixty Inches From Center and the Wisconsin-based publication Artdose Magazine. Her written pieces highlight the work of underrepresented artists, galleries, and arts-related projects in the midwest. Rachel Hausmann Schall works as a Curator of Education at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, WI.


The screen print will be carefully wrapped and shipped in a mailing tube within 7 -10 business days. For more information or questions about buying this print, please contact Artdose Magazine.


Looking for framing? Contact Ampersand Supply Co. Mention Artdose Editions for a 10% discount.


Anchor Press, Paper & Print (AP3) is a non-profit community-based printshop. Our mission is to advance the fine art printmaking tradition by providing education and studio access. We provide a place for artists to make prints using our equipment for a monthly fee. Workshops on printmaking are offered here, as well as various public events like artists talks, lectures, and gallery shows.

Please note: use the contact form below to request either the Mustard or Off-White screen print. Thank you.

Got questions? Expect a response within 24-hours of submitting this form.

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