Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Women In Print

by Linda B. Dunn

This piece is called "Notes to My Daughter." It is made from hand-dyed and individually monoprinted scraps of fabric. The original images came from the sketchbook I kept my freshman year at college. Now, the beautiful young woman reminds me of my own daughter, as she stretches and grows.

I'm honored that this piece, along with "Grasp" (below) will be included in the upcoming show, Women In Print, at the Bunker Hill Community College Art Gallery. According to curator Laura Montgomery, the show includes "abstracts, portraits, cityscapes, socio-political, domestic interiors and the autobiographical." Techniques range from from mono-prints and etchings to holographs.

Participating artists range from seasoned exhibitors to recent graduates. With over 50 pieces by 39 local women, this exhibit celebrates the diversity within the Boston Art community.

Join me at the opening reception, Thursday, March 12, from 6-8, or come to hear the artists speak about their work at the Gallery Talk, Thursday, March 26, 1-2:30.

Hope to see some of you there!


  1. Outstanding work Chris - I love the one you did for your daughter - just beautiful!


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