Welcome to the gallery of selected prints by Artist Members of Two Rivers. Please click on the name of the artist at the left to view a sample of his or her prints

Below are brief bios of just some of our Artist Members. Check back often as we update this information.

Jennifer Anderson received her BFA in Printmaking from the University of Connecticut. She then went on to pursue graduate course in printmaking from Central Connecticut University and the University of Connecticut concentrating on the mastering of stone lithography. Knowledgeable in all manner of printmaking techniques, at Two Rivers, where she is a member of the Board, she has given numerous demonstrations and taught classes and workshops in lithography, viscosity and collagraph printmaking, and etching.

Javier Cintron studied restoration of works on paper and mural techniques at La Escuela de Churrubusco in Mexico City, and printmaking at Escuela de Artes Plasticas, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and at the Parsons School of Design in New York City. In New York he worked in the Bob Blackburn print shop, and Alvares Fine Art Restoration in paper conservation.

Nancy T. Gerlach received a degree in Fine Arts at Haverford College. She continued here studies at the Main Line Art Center in Haverford and at AVA Gallery and Art Center in Lebanon, NH with Ann Holloway, Aline Ordman and Susan Walp. She has exhibited local venues including at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, the Lyme and Hanover Libraries, Newport Art Center, Gallery 53 and River City Arts. Her paintings and monotypes are in collections in California, Georgia, Seattle, Chicago, Boston, NYC, Connecticut and in the Philadelphia Area. Nancy is a founding artist member of Two Rivers and served on its board, including as treasurer, for two years.

Ann Audley Holloway is a painter and printmaker. She has a studio in the Tip Top Media Arts building in White River Junction and teachers at AVA Gallery and Arts Center and at Two Rivers Printmaking Studio. Her work is in private collections in the United States and in Portugal and one of her monotypes, “Voices From the Sky, 9/11” is in the permanent collection of the Library of Congress. She is a founding artist member of Two Rivers.

Edward Huse is known for his portraits and other figurative works in oils and in bronze or terra-cotta, for his drawings, and for his murals and light architectural details and other decorative works, including ephemerals like gardens, costumes, and parties – all dreamy and lyrical, in a range of traditional materials, with that deceptively simple handling that is the proof of his skill as an observer.

Judy Lampe studied printmaking at the Danforth and Worcester Museum Schools; University of Connecticut, Storrs; and at Two Rivers Printmaking Studio with Brian D. Cohen and others. For many years a watercolorist, she now works primarily in etching and monotype. Her prints have been included in juried shows locally at AVA Gallery and TRPS, and in various regional shows. She is a founding artist member of Two Rivers Printmaking Studio. Her home is in Enfield, NH.

Elizabeth Mayor’s woodcuts are sometimes large in scale and created with power tools. At other times they are small and hand cut, with the addition of chine collé and thread. Her years as a sculptor can be felt in the dimensional aspects she favors in her prints. Elizabeth received an MFA from Tufts-Boston Museum School and has exhibited extensively throughout New England and in New York where she was included in the American Academy Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture in 1993. Selected one man shows include Boston’s Alpha Gallery, St. Gauden’s Historical Site in Cornish, NH and the Currier Museum in Manchester, NH. Elizabeth Mayor’s studio is in Hanover, NH and her work can be seen at McGowan Fine Art in Concord, NH, AVA Gallery and Art Center in Lebanon, NH, and Two Rivers Printmaking Studio in White River Junction, VT.

Mary Mead received an MFA from Tufts University/ Boston Museum School in 1989 and an undergraduate degree in Fine Arts from the University of Wisconsin/Madison. She works primarily in sculpture and has exhibited her work throughout New England including at Dartmouth College, Tufts University’s Aideckman Art Center, Attleboro Museum, the Decordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Barbara Krakow Gallery, Clark Gallery, Bromfield Gallery and locally at the AVA Gallery and Arts Center. Her work can be found in private collections in the Boston area and in California. She is a founding artist member of Two Rivers where she works primarily in etching processes. She lives and works in Warner, NH.

Ann Semprebon was born in Los Angeles, CA and attended UCLA, receiving her B.A. and M.A. in painting, sculpture and graphics, as well as secondary art education. Her watercolors, acrylics and etchings have been shown widely throughout the New England area and Alexandria, VA. Among other honors she has won two Currier Museum Awards. She is a founding member of TRPS and also the AVA Gallery. Presently some of her work may be seen at Long River Studios in Lyme; L.N.H.C. in Hanover; the Red Roof in Enfield, NH and the Vault in Springfield, VT.

Hanni Woodbury has participated in the arts as a pianist, a potter and, most recently, as a printmaker. She studied music at the Philadelphia Conservatory of Music, received a B.A. in Anthropology at Vassar College, and an M. Phil. and Ph.D. in Anthropology at Yale University, specializing in Native American languages. She taught Anthropological Linguistics at Fordham and Columbia Universities. In the past eight years, she has studied drawing and printmaking techniques—woodcut, monotype, drypoint, and intaglio—in workshops taught by Brian D. Cohen, Catherine Farish, Don Gorvett, Lili Mayor, Ann Audley Holloway, Clemente Orosco, and Susan Walp. Her work has been shown in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts. She is one of the founding members of the Two River Printmaking Studio.