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August 20, 2010

Printmaking exhibition features work of ULM art students

A printmaking exhibition featuring the work of students at the University of Louisiana at Monroe is on display through Aug. 31.

The printmaking exhibition features lithographs, etchings and linocuts and is available for viewing during regular bank hours at the art gallery of Crosskeys Bank Main Branch, located on Hudson Lane in Monroe.

The exhibition is composed of 13 prints created by ULM art students, all executed during printmaking courses under the direction of Instructor E. Doyle Jeter, who credited Jim Cuthbert at Crosskeys Bank, along with the Visual and Performing Arts Division of ULM, for their continued support of arts in the community.

The artists featured include:

The represented prints will be part of the permanent collection in the ULM Art Department.

For information about the collection, including possible purchases, contact Jeter at 318-348-0665.

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