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(alphabetized by first name)

Barb Tetenbaum
CJ Grossman
Donald Anderson
Ed Colker
James Todd
John Risseeuw
Karen Hanmer
Lynn Sures
Mary Hark
Robin Price
Steve Prince



Robin Price

Middletown, Connecticut

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The Journey of the Guitar: A Portrait of Pepe Romero

Frankfurt white, Fabriano Italia black, Canson satin vellum, museum board, frosted mylar

7 x 10 1/4 x 1/2 closed; 7 x 20 x 1/2 open

edition of 200

© 1999


Classical and flamenco guitarist Pepe Romero reflects on his work in an intensely personal, poetic manner.

His themes, articulated in both English and Spanish, transcend the boundaries of artistic medium and celebrate the entirety of the creative process. Compiled from oral and written sources, and edited by Robin Price. The title page features an original palladium print by James W. Pitts.

Printed letterpress by Price in ATF Bodoni Book and Stradivarius in black, gold, and grey onto Frankfurt white and Fabriano Italia black. Constructed with a classical six-string guitar in mind, Daniel E. Kelm co-designed the long-stitch variation with black museum board covers, printed in gold, with a window that partially reveals the title page print. Wrapped in frosted mylar.


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As You Continue

ink, thread, topographical map, acrylic tube

26 5/8 x 7 1/4 book, 2 3/4 x 7 3/4 tube

© 2011


“as you continue, which you will do, the way to proceed will become apparent.” As said by John Cage to Kathan Brown in 1989, after an earthquake caused the Crown Point Press building to be officially condemned.

Handwritten by Robin Price. Side-sewn stab binding. Comes rolled in acrylic tube.

Robin Price is founder and proprietor of Robin Price, Printer & Publisher, a faculty member of the Graduate Liberal Studies Program at Wesleyan University in Middletown Connecticut. She was an Adjunct Professor at Occidental College in Los Angeles and Assistant to the Master Printer, USC Fine Arts Press at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Her studio is in the Starr Mill building in Beverly Heights, Middletown, Connecticut. Her work has been exhibited widely both nationally and internationally and is represented in many collections in the United States and Europe.

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