Small Wonders Juried Members Exhibition at
Hopkinton Center for the Arts:
July 1– August 24, 2017

Opening Reception: July 7, 2017 from 6:30-8:30pm.

Awards: The juror will award a first prize, second prize, third prize and may choose any number of honorable mentions. Awards will be announced at the reception.

For Accepted Artists:



Small Wonders Juried Members Exhibition

July 1– August 24, 2017

Hopkinton Center for the Arts
98 Hayden Rowe Street, Hopkinton, MA

Reception: July 7, 2017 between 6:30-8:00pm

The Monotype Guild of New England is pleased to exhibit a selection of 34 prints in our members exhibition “Small Wonders” at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts. These works were chosen from 136 prints submitted by 76 artist members.

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. Lynn has taught at a variety of institutions over the past forty years. 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. Her work can be seen on her website at

 The Hopkinton Center for the Arts is dedicated to engaging the greater MetroWest community in the exploration, enjoyment, and support of the arts through our multidisciplinary programming.

Accepted Artists

Muriel Angelil, Amesbury, MA
A Touch of Blue
Monotype (17″x20″)

Becky Blosser, Lancaster, PA
Monoprint (15.5″x16″ )

Linda Basha Brookshire, Mont Vernon, NH
#33-11 Dong Bin-Go Dong 1981 – Measured Sun. Monotype (10″x6″)

Joanne Cornell, Arlington, MA
Small Collage 1
Monotype Collage (6″x8″)

Ila Cox, Boxford, MA
Monoprint (14″x13″)

Nancy Doniger, Brooklyn, NY
Dog’s Day 1
Monotype (12″x2″)

Diane Francis, Tewksbury, MA
Once upon a dream
Monoprint (10″x10″)

Darryl Furtkamp, Andover, NH
Saw a Poem Float By Just Beneath the Surface. Monotype (11″x15″)

Betsy Gould, Cambridge MA 
Dwelling 1
Monotype (5″x6″)

Joni Gruber, Tuscaloosa, AL
Channeling Earth 29
Monotype (8″x5″)

Loretta CR Hubley, Nashua, NH
Misty Meditation
Monotype (14.5″x20″)

Wendell Jeffrey, Lebanon, NJ
Urchin I 
Monoprint (7.5″x9″)

Lauren Kinghorn, Needham, MA
Monoprint (5″x5″)

Jennie Kristel, Burlington, VT
Spring at North Cove, VT
Monotype (16″x18″)

Carolyn Letvin, Milford, MA
Single Sheep #22 
Monotype (8″x8″)

Sasja Lucas, Hyde Park, MA
The Page
Monotype (4″x11″)

Robert Maloney, Jamaica Plain, MA
Monotype (11″x15″)

Helene Manzo, Brooklyn, NY
Hear the Music 
Monotype (8″x5″)

Irene K. Miller, Woodbridge, CT
Eye shine #1
Monotype (12″x12″)

Lyna Lou Nordstrom, Burlington VT, Transition III
Monotype (10″x8″)

Susan Osgood, Brattleboro, VT
Between Breath and the River 4
Monotype (12″x10″)

Sharon Pattison, Andover, MA
Spots in My Eyes
Monotype (10″x10″)

Martha Paynter, Natick, MA
Story of Us 2
Monotype (8″x6″)

Marcy Pope, Francestown, NH
Some Green Stuff  
Monoprint (10″x12″)

Lisa Russell, Braintree, MA
Affinity #48
Monotype (7″x6″)

Barbara Ryan-Gartin, Flagstaff, AZ
Only Whispers Remained of Her
Monoprint (6″x6″)

Maria Victoria Savka, Scottsville, NY. Rafael – Color i 
Monoprint (4″x3″)

Marilyn Sherman, Needham, MA
Monotype  (11″x14″)

Lenore Tenenblatt, Boston, MA
Buddha Project 13
Monotype (11″x8.5″)

Marilyn Avery Turner, Knoxville, TN. Words Fly Up 
Monoprint (7″x7″)

Andrea Warner, Attleboro, MA
Out on the Town
Monotype (15″x18″)

Esther White, Northampton, MA
Clothes that are too small or no longer needed (snap-front pajamas)
Monotype (8″x8″)

Mary Wojciechowski, North Attleboro, MA
Shape Up
Monotype (10″x8″)

Leonora Wolfeld, Newton, MA
Peep Hole
Monoprint (12″x12″)

Additional Information

Sales: Sales will be encouraged and Hopkinton Center for the Arts will receive a commission of 30% of the sale price.

Awards: The juror will award a first prize of $200, a second prize of $150 and a third prize of $100 and may choose any number of honorable mentions. These awards will be announced at the reception on July 7, 2017.

Questions? Contact Kate Higley at:

Image Credit for Banner: Becky Blosser, VI, monoprint