Waterfall Arts’ new Print Studio saw a lot of use in 2014 and many of the artists and students who made work there are showing it in the new Corridor Gallery show, now through March 13th. Local artists participating include Cathy Melio, Daniel Rocha, Jeff Jelenfy, Anne Marie Nolin, Dyan Ross, Kathy Weinberg, Shawn Brewer, Julie Rose, Dina Petrillo, Gwen Tetro, Karin Otto, Mary Jean Crowe, Daniel Anselmi and others.
Throughout 2014, the studio hosted Maine artists who taught different printmaking techniques: screenprinting, monotype, etching, white line woodblock, photo transfer, aquatint, gelatin printing and more. Free studio demo sessions will be held this year on Thursdays: January 15, February 19 and March 19. Those new to printmaking and those with experience are welcome to attend, try out new methods and equipment and get acquainted with the lovely printmaking community.
Gallery hours for the show are Tuesdays through Fridays from 10 to 5 from now until March 13th, or by appointment. Since 2000, Waterfall Arts has served as the midcoast area’s non-profit community art center, offering innovative classes, exhibitions, artist residencies, studio rentals and community events. The organization is supported by the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, foundations, local businesses and contributors. For more information call the office at 207.338.2222. Waterfall Arts is located at 256 High Street in Belfast.