Daryl Storrs is a versatile artist. She creates hand-printed, hand-painted lithographic prints and jewelry, as well as unique pastel paintings. Her experience comes from working with other artists, including Middlebury College’s David Bumbeck, and Sabra Field, a well-known Vermont woodcut artist. Daryl spent a six-week printmaking residency at The MacDowell Colony in Peterborough, NH, and holds a Masters in Printmaking from U-Mass Amherst.
Storrs has had 25 years of printmaking experience, and has been creating landscape pastels for over 15 years. In each medium her focus has been on color and sense of place, reflecting the multiple dimensions of nature and the Vermont landscape.