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I worked last week with poet Forrest Johnson, using an excerpt from his poem “Exit from Appalachia.” We experimented with the idea of “reversing” page and binding. It was a real challenge, and I learned a lot.
Jeff Marley and I are returning to the historical site in Georgia where the Cherokee Phoenix newspaper was printed in the early 19th century. We’ll be there in September to print an assortment of work, and we’re looking for Indiegogo crowd sourcing … Continue reading
A thanks to Black Mountain College Museum folks who put together ReHappening. It was an amazing experience for me to learn to work toward developing a paper installation, and clothing, for dancers. Here are some of the images. The dance … Continue reading
Thanks to all spring class participants and studio rental folks. August brings the next class, in papermaking. I’m available this summer for private instructional hours, and the studios are available for rental. Get in touch with me if you would … Continue reading
A full class schedule, and studio rental information, are now available. (Look above or to the right.) Let me know if you have any questions. A PayPal option for class tuition is available, and let me know if you have … Continue reading
We’re printing letterpress in Chattanooga! At theopenpress.org book, printmaking and letterpress are a part of the cooperative’s efforts. Take a look.
Save the date! Here are the times for six 2014 workshops. Class descriptions and prices to follow. If you have any questions now please contact me. Rental for qualified folks? Starts in April, and I have rates set for hourly, … Continue reading
It’s a snowy day here in western North Carolina, but I’m thinking on spring. I’m working now on the 2014 class schedule for SpeakEasy Press classes. I expect them to start in March with rental options starting in April. For … Continue reading
Jeff Marley and I will be speaking at Western Carolina University tomorrow, discussing our Cherokee printing efforts at New Echota last month. We pulled several good prints from the park’s hand press. Here’s a couple of images of us giving … Continue reading