© Corbin Smith

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© Corbin Smith

© Corbin Smith
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Racks of different stones. Open Studio runs 8-week lithography classes where beginners get to use smaller "book size" stones. Most stones are marked with numbers that correspond to a sign-up sheet for any artists who are renting the stones and studio space.<br /> On top of the shelf are wooden and plastic scraper bars, which are the part of the lithography press that make contact with the inked stone and transfer media (usually paper).
© Corbin Smith
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Racks of different stones. Open Studio runs 8-week lithography classes where beginners get to use smaller “book size” stones. Most stones are marked with numbers that correspond to a sign-up sheet for any artists who are renting the stones and studio space.
On top of the shelf are wooden and plastic scraper bars, which are the part of the lithography press that make contact with the inked stone and transfer media (usually paper).

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