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  • Look up, look down: Printmakers hunt for Boise history

    After walking tours around Boise's neighborhoods exploring history and culture, volunteers then indulged in a little plein air printmaking. Think of the tiny details and textured surfaces on sewer lids or city sidewalks, historic markers or embossed signs. One of the prints was donated to City of Boise Arts and History Department and one to Preservation Idaho — and they'll all be on display at August's First Thursday at Ming Studios, 420 S. 6th Street.

Look up, look down: Printmakers hunt for Boise history

After walking tours around Boise's neighborhoods exploring history and culture, volunteers then indulged in a little plein air printmaking. Think of the tiny details and textured surfaces on sewer lids or city sidewalks, historic markers or embossed signs. One of the prints was donated to City of Boise Arts and History Department and one to Preservation Idaho — and they'll all be on display at August's First Thursday at Ming Studios, 420 S. 6th Street.
Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com