Wolfeld Leonora Peephole

Monotype Artists Exhibit this July

New Exhibit of Small Works by New England Monotype Artists Goes on Display
at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts

The Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) will host the Monotype Guild of New England’s juried exhibition of small works, “Small Wonders,” July 1 through August 24. The exhibit will feature 34 monotypes and monoprints and will be juried by artist and art educator Lynn Peterfreund. The opening reception for “Small Wonders” will be held at the HCA, 98 Hayden Rowe St., Hopkinton, MA, on Friday, July 7 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. All are welcome. Gallery hours for “Small Wonders” are Monday – Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. To learn more visit www.hopartscenter.org.

Juror Lynn Peterfreund is a core faculty member of Zea Mays Printmaking in Florence, MA and has been working as a painter, printmaker, and art educator since receiving her MFA in 1980 from Pratt Institute. Her work reflects her interests in both representational and abstract art. Lynn’s most recent bodies of work are monotypes and intaglio prints that employ a vocabulary of forms based on years of working from observation of nature, still life and the figure. Her work is included in hundreds of public, private, and corporate collections. Her mural work can be seen in hospitals, schools, bookstores, museums, and homes in western Massachusetts and beyond.

Monotypes and monoprints are developed through a process that produces unique, one-of-a-kind prints, unlike etching or woodblock which can create multiple originals. The Monotype Guild of New England is dedicated to the art of the unique print and is a national nonprofit organization that fosters understanding and appreciation of monotypes and monoprints. It sponsors exhibitions, workshops, and other special programs for its members and the public. www.mgne.org

The Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) cultivates an inclusive and vibrant community committed to the exploration and enjoyment of the visual and performing arts throughout the MetroWest region. In 2015, the HCA opened its new arts center, consisting of newly renovated classrooms, and a brand new 200-seat performance space and new gallery space. The center houses classes in dance, music, fine arts, theater, ceramics, photography, and is home to art exhibits and theatrical and musical performances year-round. To learn more about the HCA, visit www.hopartscenter.org.

(pictured: leonora wolfeld “peephole”)