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This past Spring, The Dennis Conservation Land Trust (DCLT) invited all members of the Printmakers of Cape Cod to create artwork inspired by one or more of DCLT’s many landholdings including Chase Garden Creek, Coles Pond Bog, Old Fort Field, Swan River, Sesuit Neck and Bass River Park.

Juror Sarah Holl selected 34 prints, both representative and abstract and made using a variety of printing techniques, to be included in this exhibition that celebrates the stewardship of land and trails by The Dennis Conservation Trust and the 40th anniversary of the Cape Cod Museum of Art. 
 

All artwork in this exhibition is for sale.

25% of the proceeds will go to The Dennis Conservation Trust;

50% will go to the artist, and 25% to the Cape Cod Museum of Art.

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Upcoming Workshops & Talks

  • INSPIRATIONS: The story behind the land and the art
    Nov 03, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
    Cape Cod Museum of Art, 60 Hope Ln, Dennis, MA 02638, USA
    A presentation coinciding with the exhibition "Printmakers of Cape Cod: Inspirations from The Dennis Conservation Land Trust"
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  • Monotype/New Horizons 3-Day Workshop with Joyce Zavorskas December 3-5, 2021
    Dec 03, 9:00 AM
    Zavorskas Print Studio, 12 Forest Way, Orleans, MA 02653
    Monotypes are paintings on smooth acrylic plates transferred to paper once only using a manual press. Students bring images of familiar beloved places, people, or things to each class and create painterly spontaneous images on smooth acrylic plates.
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Where The Artists Got Their Inspiration

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A Preview Of The Exhibition!

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The Dennis Conservation Land Trust is a private, non-profit 501(c)3 organization that seeks to preserve open space within the Town of Dennis. Since its establishment in 1988, the Trust has acquired ownership of 394 acres of diverse land types, including uplands, wetlands and beachfront. The Trust also holds perpetual conservation restrictions on another 217 acres. Learn more about the Dennis Conservation Trust HERE.