Recently, I spent six fun, but exhausting Vandercook-filled days in Tuscon. While there I tuned up a 215 at Chax press (at left) and a non-motorized SP15 at Heather Greene’s private studio. I then taught three workshops, gave an evening lecture at the University of Arizona and worked on four Vandercooks in the new book […]MoreMore Tag
Workshops in the UK!!! Who’ll have me?
I am happy to announce that I’ve been chosen to receive a Fulbright award to study Book Conservation at West Dean College in West Sussex England. I’ll be studying for two years, beginning September 2010. Community engagement and cultural exchange are integral parts of the Fulbright program, and accordingly I am looking to conduct free […]MoreMore Tag
No 1 Vandercook Proof Press
My father had this press in his studio. S/N 8774. He was a graphic designer and used the press for making type galley proofs for small ads. It’s been in storage for 15 years. I’d like to find a home/sell it. Located in Mt. Morris, Illinois–100 miles west of Chicago; 30 miles south of Rockford. […]MoreMore Tag