For a decade now, local artist Amy Rice has been delighting her followers with whimsical works layered with poignant, nostalgic imagery that conjures simple truths for a complex world. Her printmaking tools, which include hand-cut stencils and a Gocco printer (a Japanese printing toy), give intriguing found materials like old maps, letters, and sheet music a new life that adds to (rather than detracts from) their authenticity. On Thursday, Rice's window installation at Mitrebox Framing Studio opens with a patio party celebrating her work, complete with cupcakes. Her repurposed globe, featured in the installation, exemplifies the color and joie de vivre that makes the world go... More >>>