The new DCAP BOOKStore is open with an assortment of books, woodblock sketches, watercolor and woodblock products and sketchbooks.
“Discerning Printed Works on Paper” Panel Discussion
Tuesday, January 5, 2016 History Colorado Center
Moderated by Dr. Seth Hopkins, Director of the Booth Museum. The panelists are Leon Loughridge, printmaker; Tam O’Neill, specialist in prints; and Doug Erion, collector and printmaker. In addition to presenting their favorite works on paper, the panelists will address collectability, how to discern between print media, and what to look for in contemporary techniques.
Evergreen Inks is a low odor and studio friendly relief printing ink now available from the DCArtPress Bookstore. The ink is a transparent base ink that is tinted with pigment pastes to the exact color desired. For info and instruction on working with the ink, visit