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Storytelling: Linocuts and silkscreens on fabric

Back in July I blogged about printing on fabric.   I've been experimenting with telling stories on different mediums.  Since August, nine of these large fabric panels have been on exhibit at a busy bookstore in Maryland -- Ukazoo Books.
Linocuts and silkscreens on fabric - 4 feet and 5 feet panels
I am really pleased with the way the panels have held up, allowing viewers to see the nuances of the prints, pressure marks, and silk fabrics up close.  
Sitting with the panels - Ukazoo Books, Towson, Maryland 10/18/2004
Tonight I deinstalled the exhibition and would like to thank everyone for allowing me to tell my stories.

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