Rolling printmaking

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Colorado Mesa University art students lift a print off wooden blocks Tuesday afternoon in a plaza on campus during the road rolling printmaking event. CMU students as well as 30 Palisade High School students made more than 200 prints using a 2-ton road roller.

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