Utah printmaker Brent Reed Haddock is known for his semi-abstract intaglio prints characterized by graphic compositions, natural elements of design, and subtle color harmonies. Currently, he makes hand-pulled intaglio prints using a process learned at the Canadian School for Non-Toxic Printmaking.
Haddock studied at Brigham Young University and received an MFA from Utah State University in 1978. His work has been exhibited at the College of Eastern Utah, the St. George Art Museum and the Bountiful/Davis Art Center. Haddock’s work is held in the collections of many public institutions including the Utah Arts Council, Salt Lake County, Weber State University, and Brigham Young University.