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Parting Shot: Here Comes the Rain 

Thirty-five artists from across the US were selected for “Printwork `10,” Barrett Art Center’s national juried printmaking exhibition. This year, Asher Miller, curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, juried the show, choosing 57 images from over 300 engravings, etchings, intaglio prints, lithographs, linocuts, mezzotints, silkscreens, woodcuts, and mixed-media prints. “Printwork `10” will be exhibited at the Barrett Art Center, 55 Noxon Street in Poughkeepsie, through August 14. (845) 471-2550; www.barrettartcenter.org.Portfolio: www.lazorko.com.

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