Alyssa Kobza is an artist based in Lincoln, Nebraska. She identifies mainly as a lithographer and enjoys working in layers on multiple stones and aluminum plates to create prints. Kobza received a BFA with an emphasis in printmaking in May 2021, and will be relocating to New Mexico to complete the Printer Training Program at the Tamarind Institute. Along with printmaking, she completes works on paper using thin layers of gouache to build up tone and texture. Kobza’s work has been featured in multiple group exhibitions including Gallery 9 (2019), Tippetts & Eccles Galleries (2021), and Eisentrager-Howard Gallery (2016, 2019, 2020, 2021) and individually at the University of Nebraska Medici Gallery (2021). She has received the Peter & Inge Worth Scholarship, E. Evelyn Peterson Scholarship, Hixson-Lied CFPA Scholarship, Rosa Peterson Fund, Nebraska Opportunity Grant, and UNL Opportunity Grant. Kobza’s work is included in the Thomas P. Coleman print collection at the Sheldon Museum of Art. She has completed the Undergraduate Creative Activities and Research Experience at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln in 2019, 2020, and 2021.