The work of four Worcester State University students was accepted into The Boston Printmakers Student Print Exhibition. In addition, 2017 graduate Erica Remillard received a Juror’s Recommendation for her relief print “Spin” at the show, which runs through March 4 in the VanDernoot Gallery at Leslie University.
The students, Rhianna DePriest, Jeffrey Ellis, Nicole Evanski, and Danica Germain, completed the works while studying under Professor of Visual and Performing Arts Amaryllis Siniossoglou in her Printmaking and Intermediate Printmaking classes.
Their works are among the “approximately 80 student prints from 12 colleges and universities in New England” accepted into the exhibition, according to The Boston Printmaker’s website.
The VanDernoot Gallery is located at 1815 Massachusetts Ave., Porter Square, Cambridge.
About the Photo: Rhianna DePriest’s print
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