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“Book Art: One Theme, Three Interpretations” features open book presentations from Lang Ingalls, Sammy Lee, and Gail Watson – three artists from the Rocky Mountain region with varied concentrations and practices in the book arts. Each artist will discuss one artwork in detail exploring the materials, methods, and meanings involved and revealing their creative process along the way. These diverse presentations review a variety of book arts approaches which are also visible in the 43 works on display in “Vessel:

Art Gym Denver

Art Gym

The Printmaking area within Art Gym Denver is over 3,000 sq. ft. of dedicated space focused on Silkscreen, Photo Lithography, Plate Lithography, and both copper plate and zinc Intaglio. Two Griffin intaglio press, one Griffin lithography press, one Fuchs & Lang lithography press, and silkscreen capabilities up to 31×41 O.D. frames.

Ray Tomasso


The main focus of the studio is hand-papermaking, producing 100% archival rag pulp for Ray Tomasso’s fine art. The letterpress studio, with 19th and 20th century printing presses and lead and wood type, will be printing a Mo-Print keepsake. A large research library includes volumes on paper making, printing and design. A paper and print show with works dating from the 1400s to 2016 will be on display, along with Ray’s works in paper. Handmade rag paper will be available

Hand Papermaking Workshop


This Introductory class will familiarize you with the basic tools and equipment used to produce sheets of 100% rag handmade paper. The class will be held in a professional papermaking studio. All materials will be provided and you will be able to take home the sheets that you produce Each Section is limited to five students and the cost is $125 each Section 1: Sunday March 6, 11 am to 4pm Section 2: Sunday March 13, 11 am to 4pm

Off The Page


The exhibition at Center for the Arts Evergreen, titled, Off The Page, considers the evolution, and association of printmaking and book arts. The advancement of digital media and internet search engines has altered the way that we seek and find information as well as our relationship to books and printed matter. The artists included in this exhibition explore the interplay of media, structure and format using a wide interpretation of the boundaries and function of books in contemporary art. Works

Community Print Show

This is an open show featuring artwork made from traditional and experimental printmaking processes. Drop off dates and times: Sunday, Feb 28, noon to 5 pm; Monday, Feb 29, 10 to noon, 5 to 7 pm. Entry fee $10 per piece. Opening Reception: March 4, 2016, 5-10pm Exhibition Dates: March 4 – 27, 2016

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