Trying not to throw out my recently-much-improved back, I spent the day in the studio printing 12 more pages of the 100-page accordion book for the Lucerne Project. I will post the other pages over the next week on the Lucerne Project blog.
This is the press that I use for the task:
It's a small but very excellent table-top printing press, with a 12" x 18" bed, and a wheel for hand-cranking the rollers. I also have a gigantic Dickerson combination press, but that's in storage at the moment. The table-top press accompanies me to Interlochen, where it's able to handle the demands of a busy printmaking class.
Oh, and by the way, you can sign up for summer printmaking classes with me at Interlochen here. And also here.
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