March 14, 2013 – April 13, 2013
Curated by the artists, the exhibit juxtaposes the techniques chosen each printmaker, as well as each artist’s “take” on Landscape as Muse.
Meade uses non-toxic intaglio (etching) techniques on copper, including drypoint, aquatint and etching, to create interpretive landscapes of Maine and New England. Her prints are intimate in scale, black and white, and convey panoramic views.
Blair makes graphic abstractions with wood blocks, using repetition and series to create narratives about specific moments in time, outdoors. Her themes are events and weather and seasons in the Berkshires.