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Rik in Detail: A Celebration of the Work of Printmaker Rik Olson

by Mary Austin

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Rik Olson has been involved with the San Francisco Center for the Book since before the inception of Roadworks: A Steamroller Printing Fesitval in 2004. He is the only artist who has participated in this lively event every single year. This exhibition is a celebration of that history and the story that has been formed out of it. As the San Francisco Center for the Book approaches its 10-year anniversary of Roadworks in 2013, Olson’s steamroller prints are a perfect tribute to his abilities as artistic craftsman and storyteller and to the power of printmaking at this grand scale. Photography by Charles Byrne

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