|Title||The Legacy of Shirley Jean|
|Artist / Creator||Amanda D'Amico|
|Press Name||Tiny Revolutionary Press|
|Place of Publication||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|
|Process / Technique||Offset lithography, serigraphy|
|Structure / Binding||Folded book with flat back cover|
|Paper Stock||French Paper Dur-O-Tone Butcher paper|
|Number of Pages||6 pages|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||4.5 x 6 x .125 inches closed|
|Edition Size||Edition of 30|
|Signed & Numbered||Signed and numbered edition|
"The men at the bowling alley would throw a few bucks in a kitty that could grow to $50 or $100 a night. Every so often, Gramma would sneak her money in. The men would get upset, not because she infiltrated their 'men only' club, but because she would often win and take their money." For my grandmother, Shirley Jean. A showcase of the many patches she wore on her bowling league uniform, as well as a testament to a woman who could beat the boys at their own game.
Artist BioAmanda D'Amico is a book artist working under the imprint Tiny Revolutionary Press. She is also the Master Printer at the Borowsky Center for Publication Arts at the University of the Arts. She has served on the Board of the Philadelphia Center for the Book since 2009. Her artists' books have been collected and exhibited nationally.