Sections
Shortcuts

Printmakers make an impression south of Boston

“Veiled Lady,” a monoprint with collage on paper, by Mary Taylor.
“Veiled Lady,” a monoprint with collage on paper, by Mary Taylor.

This is a summary. To read the whole story subscribe to BostonGlobe.com

A local arts group formed from the students of a printmaking class taught by a veteran printmaker and teacher will hold its first juried show beginning Sunday at the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury and featuring prints made by 25 of its members.

Called Coastal Printmakers, the group of some 45 artists working in the printmaking medium will continue its trail of exhibitions with shows this fall at The Front Street Gallery in Scituate and the Scituate town library, and at the James Library in Norwell in the spring.

The group was formed six years ago when the students of Scituate printmaker and teacher Esther Maschio’s printmaking class at the South Shore Art Center began producing work that merited a show.

Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.

Coastal Printmakers

Get the full story with unlimited access to BostonGlobe.com.

Just 99 cents for four weeks.

Sections
Shortcuts

Share