Hodsdon’s ‘Trees’ at Thomaston Café

Nov 16, 2012
Photo by: Dagney C. Ernest Frances Hodsdon’s “Winter Pine,” a 2000 color etching and aquatint, is on view at Thomaston Cafe.

Thomaston — "Trees,” an exhibit of work by master printmaker Frances Hodsdon, is on view through the end of the month and perhaps a bit beyond at Thomaston Café & Bakery, 154 Main St./Route 1.

Hodsdon say the show’s subjects are primarily trees around her home in Jefferson, where she overlooks Clary Lake. Hodsdon is a teacher and printmaker who has influenced many Maine artists since the 1970s through her knowledge of printmaking techniques and her own experimental nature. She is principal instructor at the nonprofit Midcoast Printmakers Inc. at Round Top Farm in Damariscotta, the only open atelier for printmaking in the Midcoast. Midcoast Printmakers offers ongoing classes in a variety of printmaking techniques for adults and children alike.

For more information about “Trees” or Midcoast Printmakers Inc., call Hodsdon at 549-7087.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115 or dernest@courierpublicationsllc.com.

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