Caledonia Currys introduction to printmaking was less than auspicious. Having taken classical painting lessons from the age of 12, she had long been delighted by her ability to render the world around her in subtle shifts of color and exacting shading. In a high school art class, when handed a lino block and gouge, Curry balked. Hard-lined, single-color forms? This must be the worst way to make art ever invented.