Sean Hurley inks a copper plate etching for printing at his studio at Beacon Marine Basin

Adam Bolonsky reports-

Sean Hurley, local artist at work in his studio at Beacon Marine Basin, just one of many artists’ beehives located throughout Gloucester, opens up his studio to Good Morning Gloucester.

Watch while Sean runs the first step in printing a large-sized copper plate etching: inking the etched copper plate.

The print Sean has created is far larger than 11″x17″.

And, attention, Gloucester and Rockport gallery owners! Sean has representation in New York, but none on Cape Ann!

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