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Progress Photos of our new space!

 Some shots from our move over the past month. Yesterday we had a great day with two guest printers working in the new space, and Karen and I unpacked and organized tools and inks. The shop is looking good!
Stage 1: Get everything in that isn't an etching press.
Stage 2: Move the presses & and level the bases.

Stage 3: Impulse buy printmaking things (like this huge bookpress)

Stage 4: Rig sink with shower hookup for clean screens and hands.

Stage 5: Put things that always get in the way on castors.

Stage 6: Admire the shop coming together nicely. 

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