TANDEM PRESS: Tandem Press Newsletter (Fall 2004) (Sam Gilliam, Judy Pfaff)

Book cover. Tandem Press Newsletter (Fall 2004) (Sam Gilliam, Judy Pfaff, Sam Gilliam) Tandem Press Newsletter (Fall 2004) (Sam Gilliam, Judy Pfaff, Sam Gilliam). Tandem Press, 2004. Spot on first page. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#18439) $15.00

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This unmarked issue features new prints by Sam Gilliam with 25 color illustrations. Also articles on Judy Pfaff with 6 Pfaff color reproductions. 16pp.

Tandem Press is a printmaking studio affiliated with the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

TANDEM PRESS: Tandem Press Newsletter (Fall 2001) (Sam Gilliam, Gary Komarin, Gronk, Judy Pfaff, Suzanne Caporael)

Cover. Tandem Press Newsletter (Fall 2001) (Sam Gilliam, Gary Komarin, Gronk, Judy Pfaff, Suzanne Caporael) Tandem Press Newsletter (Fall 2001) (Sam Gilliam, Gary Komarin, Gronk, Judy Pfaff, Suzanne Caporael). Tandem Press, 2001. Unmarked. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#22408) $15.00

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Lavishly illustrated. 12p. Measures 8.5×11 inches.

Features Sam Gilliam’s new work. Also Gary Komarin: Spinning Around, Gronk, Judy Pfaff, two new editions by David Klamen, exquisite tools by Sam Richardson, new monoprints by Suzanne Caporael, and more.

Tandem Press is a printmaking studio affiliated with the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

CLANCY, J: Judith Clancy (1933-1999): Drawings (Charles Campbell Gallery Exhibition Poster)

Poster: Judith Clancy (1933-1999): Drawings (Charles Campbell Gallery Exhibition Poster). Judith Clancy (1933-1999): Drawings (Charles Campbell Gallery Exhibition Poster). Charles Campbell Gallery, 2004. Unmarked poster for September 14-October 23, 2004 exhibition at the Charles Campbell Gallery in San Francisco. Folded into four panels for mailing. Crossed out mailing address on the back. Also a scrap on the back.Very Good. Posters. (#22162) $25.00

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Poster image is Hotel Saint-Louis, 6 July 1975, ink on letterhead paper. Measures 11×17 inches unfolded.

Judith Clancy (1933-1990) focused on drawing throughout her life. She is best known for her drawings of Paris and San Francisco. She received her first formal art training from Moses Soyer who later used her as a model in many of his paintings.