Lamson Learning Commons is pleased to announce, as part of the Library Print Series, an exhibit of the Two Rivers Print Studio‘s 2011 portfolio, which features work by twenty-six artist members and faculty from Vermont and New Hampshire. Each artist has contributed to this portfolio an edition limited to thirty-seven prints and six artist’s proofs covering a wide range of old and new techniques. Two Rivers Printmaking Studio is a non-profit teaching and learning workspace located in White River Junction, Vermont and run cooperatively by a group of member artists. Since April 2001, they have “sought to build interest in the art and history of prints through classes, exhibitions, and lectures by artists, curators, and collectors.”
Two Rivers Printmaking Studio: Portfolio 2011 will be on display February 1st through May 4th, Lamson Library and Learning Commons. Exhibit curated by Jen Green, Digital Projects Librarian.
View the entire portfolio catalog and learn more about the artists.
Above image: Susan Airris Berry, A Walk in the Woods, 5 x 7 inches, Intaglio, chine collé
Left image: Louise Hamlin, Untitled , 15 x 11 inches, Etching