“Sectional,” by Chris Beneman.

Cove St. Arts presents “Peregrine Press @ 30,” Sept. 9 to Nov. 13.

This exhibition celebrates the 30th anniversary of Peregrine Press, a cooperative printmaking studio in Portland. The studio takes its name from the peregrine falcon, a totem representing visionary power, wisdom and guardianship.

The exhibition showcases work from over 30 members, demonstrating Peregrine’s fulfillment of its mission to celebrate the art of printmaking as an innovative, dynamic and evolving art form.

Peregrine Press dedicates this exhibition to longtime member Phil Stevens, who died suddenly in August. A dear friend to the press, Stevens served as its treasurer for decades. His work is included in the exhibition.

“Creation,” by Richard Wilson.

Featured artists also include Judith Allen-Efstathiou, Susan Amons, Chris Beneman, Mary Brennan, Jessyca Broekman, Sissy Buck, Blue Butterfield, Stephen Burt, Kate Cheney Chappell, John Costello, Blair Folts, Anne Garland, Jeanne O’toole Hayman, Alison Hildreth, Kate Katomski, Robin McCarthy, Larinda Meade, Zachary Pike, Sandra Quinn, Jenny Scheu, Debbie Schmitt, Judy Schneider, Delphine Sherin, Alice Spencer, James Sylvester, Andrea van Voorst van Beest, Richard Wilson, Sui Witherell and Jeff Woodbury.

Learn more about Peregrine Press at www.peregrinepress.com.

Cove Street Arts is at 71 Cove St., Portland. Call 207-808-8911 or email info@covestreetarts.com for more information.

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