INK RALLY at Emerge gallery in Coeur d'Alene

 RGZ artist with a kind helper from the crow, getting "One more goodbye kiss, my love" inked and ready for the Steam Roller.

RGZ artist with a kind helper from the crow, getting "One more goodbye kiss, my love" inked and ready for the Steam Roller.

 
 

A sunny warm summer morning in Coeur d'Alene Idaho was the set for a printing experience out of proportions..

At Emerge Gallery parking lot 10 large carved wood pieces by were laying on the pavement awaiting for the precious ink that would bring the to life.Many printmaking enthusiasts from Idaho, Montana, Washington and Venezuela, came together for a full day of unconventional printing.

Artists: Reinaldo Gil Zambrano and James Bailey collaborated with other 14 features artists on inking and printing large pieces of fabric using an asphalt roller as a press.

 

Check the press note in the Inlander by Carrie Scozzaro:

https://www.inlander.com/spokane/flat-out-cool/Content?oid=5050740

 

 
 
 Left: Reinaldo Gil Zambrano and James Bailey pulling a successful copy of RGZ's block

Left: Reinaldo Gil Zambrano and James Bailey pulling a successful copy of RGZ's block

 
 
 Pulling the first proof... The first reveal comes always full of surprises and lacking ink.

Pulling the first proof... The first reveal comes always full of surprises and lacking ink.