WORLD’S LARGEST HYBRID ETCHING PRESS — AZ Move

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These photos show only a small portion of the studio equipment, which we painstakingly packed into the truck with zero wasted space — end-to-end. Since then, we’ve moved the press and my peripheral inventions three more times. The NUMEROUS printmaking pieces currently reside at the Kansas City Center for the Ink and Paper Arts (1427 W 9th St, Kansas City, Missouri 64101)  A special thank you to Calvert Guthrie for absorbing my printmaking world.

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