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Feb. 26, 2011
Six Franklin Pierce students have been accepted to the 2011 Arches Seventh Biennial Student Print Exhibition juried by Jim Dine and sponsored by the Arches Paper Company and Boston Printmakers. The students are Kendra Watenpaugh, Lauren Collins, Zoe Antonopoulos, Rachael Gridley, Victoria Earle and Mariah Watendorf whose work from Susan Silverman’s fall 2010 printmaking class will be on display and up for sale. Silverman will also display work in the exhibition.
The works include reliefs, reduction reliefs, intaglios, photo-polymer intaglios and etchings. The opening of the exhibition will be Sunday, Feb. 27 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham, Mass. The exhibition will run from the opening day until April 10 showcasing the work of students from 20 schools. For more information, visit the Boston Printmakers Web site page about the exhibition at http://www.bostonprintmakers.org/archesShow.html. The article image is by Victoria Earle.
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