AUGUSTA — The Kennebec Valley Art Association will present “The Brother and Sister Exhibition,” featuring photographs by David Hodsdon and prints by Frances Hodsdon beginning Monday at the Harlow on the Circle lobby gallery, 45 Memorial Circle.

The exhibit is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and will be on display through June 14.

David and Frances Hodsdon are a brother and sister from Jefferson, where they live in the area of Clary Lake.

Frances Hodsdon is a printmaker and teacher, and holds classes at Midcoast Printmakers at Round Top Farm in Damariscotta. She was recently part of the University of New England Art Gallery exhibition “Homage,” the second part of the “Maine Women Pioneers III” series.

David Hodsdon is a retired 17-year-veteran of MIT Lincoln Laboratory, where he worked as an electrical engineer. He is a photographer who creates all his work using a digital camera, computer and inkjet printer to produce archival photographs. According to a press release, his photographs are printed on Red River 60-lb. Polar Matte paper using Epson Ultrachrome pigment inks. The unique picture frames are hand-crafted from rough birch wood in his woodworking shop.

For more information about the exhibit, call 622-3813 or go to harlowgallery.org.

 


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