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Judson art students featured at Selma Art Guild Gallery

The Selma Art Guild, ArtsRevive, and Black Belt Treasures are pleased to bring The Art of Printmaking, an exhibition of prints from three of Alabama’s finest printmakers and their students to Selma: Scott Stephens, Professor of Art-University of Montevallo; Heidi Lingamfelter, Assistant Professor-Auburn University at Montgomery; Jamie Adams, Assistant Professor of Art-Judson College.

Kristin Law, Arts Programs and Marketing Manager at Black Belt Treasures said “Printmaking is an area that is not really strong in the Black Belt now, but it has ties back to and throughout the region. It’s a wonderful area that has so much potential. We teach it down here in our youth summer camps as well as our adult classes. We are excited to see more attention paid to this form of art.”

The exhibition features Judson College students Haley Hester, Mary Mack, De’Aunna Elliott, Lindsey Holt, and Rebecca Horner. The opening reception was Sunday, April 6, but the exhibition of prints will be on display at Selma Art Guild Gallery, 508 Selma Avenue, Selma, AL, every Friday and Saturday from noon until 4 pm through April 26.

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