Fresh Paint
Saturday, March 18, 2006
...Served With a Light Garlic Sauce
The latest in printmaking.

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Perhaps you recognize this from a recent bridal shower or yard sale:

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All you have to do is put damp paper against your little etching (or drypoint) plate with a scrap of thick felt or blanket for padding, and crank it on thru. (Remember to take off the cutting attachment!)

And voila. Don't forget the freshly grated parmesan.

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(Prints by Ellen Mott-Jablonski, Julian Cox, and Peggy Shearn, without the sauce)

Yes, you can use a pasta machine as an etching press. It works really well, and you've immediately saved yourself 5000 bucks.

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