Printmaker Adell Shetterly invited to exhibit in “Breathe Out” at COCC

Adell Shetterly, Mountains and Meadows monoprint

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Printmaker Adell Shetterly was invited to be in an exhibition of seven extraordinary Oregon female printmakers at Central Oregon Community College’s Pence Pinckney Gallery.

Breathe Out includes works from seven Oregon printmakers from Sisters, Bend and Portland and runs through May 13. The artists in this unique and inspiring show—are Poppy Dully, Barbara Kennedy, Helen Loeffler, Adrienne Phillips, Carolyn Platt, Jane Quale and Adell Shetterly—make etchings, aquatint, monotypes, collagraphs, woodcuts, and linocuts, and share a common passion for printmaking.

The Pence Pinckney Gallery at COCC is open 10 am to 4 pm, Monday through Thursday, and from 10 am to 2 pm Friday.

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