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[BKARTS] Print Sale



ROLLING STONE PRESS
HAND PRINTED LITHOGRAPH 
SALE
SATURDAY MARCH 12th
10:00-4:00
SUNDAY MARCH 13th
10:00-3:00
All Lithographs Hand Printed by Tamarind Master Printer Wayne Kline
Featured Artists Include
-Benny Andrews-Linda Armstrong-Genevieve Arnold-Maria Artemis-Trena Banks-Bongi Bengu-
-Beverly Buchanan-Maurice Clifford-Don Cooper-Pat Courtney-J. Creal-Herbert Creecy-Quentin Crisp-
-Arthur Deshaies-Glenn Eden-Michael Ellison-Martin Emanuel-Tom Ferguson-Robert Fichter-Howard Finster-
-Ruth Franklin-Cheryl Goldsleger-Sidney Guberman-Anna Guzman-Christopher Hickey-Stephanie Jackson-
-Wadsworth Jarrell-Gregory Johnson-William F. Kautzman-Wayne Kline-John Koegel-Ruth Laxson-Lynn Linnemeier-
-Joni Mabe-Jackson Lee Nesbitt-Mattie Lou OKelly-Patrick Oliphant-Curtis Patterson-Joseph Perrin-Derrick Phillips-
-Peter Polites-Rick Rashke-Cornel Rubino-Juan Sant-Barbara Schreiber-Mildred Thompson-Norman Wagner-
-John Wallace-William Walmsley-Russ Warren-Scott Watkins-Arthur Werger-Kathy Yancy
For more information call (828)719-8151
Rolling Stone Press
432 Calhoun St.
Atlanta, GA 30318
Directions: Take 10th Street to State Street. Turn onto State Street at Papa Johns, away from Georgia Tech. Turn Left onto Calhoun St. Go through one stop sign. Rolling Stone Press will be the second house on the left after the stop sign.

Moira Steven 
Head Librarian 
Atlanta College of Art
Woodruff Arts Center
1280 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta GA 30309
404 733 5021 ph 
404 733 5312 fx 

Atlanta College of Art, founded in 1905, is the oldest private college of art and design in the Southeast. A founding member of the Woodruff Arts Center, ACA shares its campus with the High Museum of Art, Alliance Theatre and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. A major cultural force in Atlanta, it extends programs to the public through ACA Gallery exhibitions, community education and the Georgia Artists Registry. For more information about the college, visit www.aca.edu


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