Daryl V. Storrs

Jewelry, Block Prints and Pastels

While studying at Middlebury College I discovered printmaking. The creation of handmade multiples appealed to both my artistic and practical sensibilities. After college I read an article about Sabra Field in Vermont Life and it mentioned that she hired an assistant every year. I wrote to her, interviewed, and 6 months later I was working in her studio, learning about woodcuts and the business of art. After my two year apprenticeship, I went to U. Mass, Amherst, where I earned a masters degree in printmaking while focusing on lithography and teaching art to undergraduates.

Returning to Vermont, I continued teaching and making prints as well as waitressing to pay the bills. I started to make earrings and sold them to customers when they saw me wearing them in the restaurant. This began the jewelry business and thankfully ended my waitressing career.

I moved to Huntington 27 years ago and renovated an old barn next to my house which now serves as my studio. I divide my time between making woodcuts, jewelry and pastels which focus on the Vermont landscape and images from my travels.

Daryl Storrs
Daryl V. Storrs Artworks

235 Bridge Street
Huntington, VT 05462

802-434-5040
802-316-0200
dstorrs@madriver.com
www.darylstorrs.com

 

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