"Produced at the Frans Masereel Center for Printmaking in Kasterlee, Belgium, as an artist-in-residence during ... May of 1993. Pearlescent peach-colored handmade paper was brought from the artists' home studio to Belgium; book pages and covers were designed, laid out and printed in the intaglio/relief studio. Abstract line drawings and text all related to the theme/title of Intersections. Line work and text were printed with black intaglio ink; six colors of abstract shapes were printed on the same run with relief rolls using a stencil. Accordian binding was glued shut to emphasize the six page spread compositions. Front cover has hand-cut window to reveal part of the first page. Covers are separate book boards with etched violet Japanese kozo paper. Brass wire closure weaves through front and back covers and across spine"--Bookseller's description.
Rosemary Furtak Collection, Walker Art Center Library