*_JUGGLERS_* is a limited edition relief print struck from a well-preserved *1957 Jim Flora woodcut*.The work depicts a surrealistic *circus tableau* carved on a solid inch-thick block of wood. The work was created shortly after the end of Flora's three-year (1954-1956) tenure illustrating *LP covers* for RCA Victor. Flora (1914-1998) studied wood engraving, copper etching, lithography, and other processes at the *Art Academy of Cincinnati*, which he attended in the late 1930s. He produced dozens of woodcuts throughout the 1940s and 1950s, only a few of which remain in the Flora family archive. The May 2008 numbered edition of 50 was produced at *Yee-Haw Industrial Letterpress*, Knoxville, under the supervision of Flora archivist Irwin Chusid. The JUGGLERS edition was produced with black ink on 280g archival-quality Rives BFK cream. Each impression is deep and cleanly articulated. The block measures 11-1/2" square, and the full print (with border, larger than shown) measures 15" x 15". Each print is hand-titled and numbered at the lower corners, and is authenticated in letterpress type in the bottom center with a stamped, dated seal indicating Jim Flora Art LLC (a Flora family enterprise) and Yee-Haw Industrial Letterpress.The unframed prints are packaged in a clear sleeve with an acid-free backing sheet, and are shipped flat.