Prints by Area Artists at PSU’s Lamson Learning Commons Feb. 1 – May 4

January 24th, 2012 by Elizabeth

Two Rivers Printmaking Studio 2011 Portfolio Exhibition

Susan Airris Berry, "A Walk in the Woods," 5 X 7 inches, intaglio, chine collé

PLYMOUTH, N.H.—The Library Print Series at Plymouth State University’s Lamson Learning Commons will present Two Rivers Printmaking Studio’s 2011 portfolio of works by 26 artist members and faculty from Vermont and New Hampshire, February 1–May 4 at the Highland Street facility.

Each artist has contributed a limited edition of 37 prints and six artist’s proofs covering a wide range of old and new techniques to the portfolio. This 10th anniversary studio exhibition continues Two River’s desire “to build interest in the art and history of prints through classes, exhibitions and lectures by artists, curators and collectors.”

Two Rivers Printmaking Studio is a nonprofit teaching and learning workspace in White River Junction, Vermont, that is run cooperatively by a group of member artists.

Louise Hamlin, "Untitled," 15 X 11 inches, etching

Exhibitors in the show are: Jennifer Anderson, Lynne Barton, Lois Beatty, Harry Bernard, Susan Airris Berry, Amparo Carvajal-Hufschmid, Patty Castellini, Betsy Garand, Daniel Gottsegen, Rachel Gross, Louise Hamlin and Sheri Hancoco-Tomek.

Also Victoria Herzberg, Erick Hufschmid, Hisaya Paul Ishii, Debra Jayne, Judy Lampe, Katherine Larocca, Loretta Leatherwood, Carol Lippman, Elizabeth Mayor, Lynn Newcomb, Sue Schiller, Sheryl Trainor, Nancy Wightman and Bert Yarborough.

Images of works in the exhibition are online at

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