Wednesday, June 15, 2005
... or one, at least. In the mailbag is a note from Deborah Maris Lader, mother of both the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative and the band, Sons of the Never Wrong, who will be at
this Friday, June 17th, 7:30pm -- the early show!
tix: $10 advance via schubas.com and $12 at the door.
3159 N. Southport Chicago, IL at the corner of Belmont and Southport...
www.schubas.com or call (773)525-2508
Members of the CPC had a show recently at the Noyes Cultural Arts Center in Evanston that I wrote about here.
In related printmaking news, I got the drawing below transfered to stone, which is now etched and gummed and resting in the rack. Will open and print tomorrow. Wasn't sure what strength acid to use and may have overdone it. But was transferred via xerox, so I can always try again.
It's really a perfect candidate for a plain etching on copper or zinc, but I don't have any copper, which is the only material they currently allow in Evanston.
Am hungry. Temperature has dropped to just above 60 degrees, so am much more cheerful. Still no rain to speak of. This is a nutty spring/summer so far.
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