Left Hand Jenny is a photopolymer intaglio with silk screen and chine colle. This amazing print from an edition of ten celebrates the uniqueness of lefthandedness with one lefthanded glove in the minyan of gloves and one Inverted Jenny Stamp amidst the border of other stamps. The Jenny is the 24 cent postage stamp issued on May 10, 1918, in which the plane is famously printed upside down. These stamps are so rare, they have a value of well over a million dollars. Lefties are also one in a million, quite valuable and rare. Note the left handed glove is slightly off white, from an adhered piece of Asian paper (chine colle) during the printing process. This piece is truly a collectible.
Won first prize in "Days to Remember" at The Center for Contemporary Print Making, and will be on display in an upcoming exhibit in the Heller Museum at HUC.
Image: 16" x 16" Paper 23" x 22"
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