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Jessica C. White 6m
“How do you make those prints?” is a question I hear a lot. Here’s a video of a block’s progress: Photo, sketch, add lines, cut block, print, repeat. ~~ New prints on display in the Paper + Pulp exhibit . ~~
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Phil Wilkinson 2h
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WoodStar CNC Routers Nov 12
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Singing the tune without the words Nov 14
O still my beating heart : Eric ’ stunning of woods outside Florence - included in ’s engaging, knowledgeable, beautifully illustrated & written blog
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Janie Hextall Nov 6
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Jessica C. White Nov 14
I have new prints in the new Paper + Pulp exhibit opening today - come join us for the opening reception tonight 5-8pm! These are the first finished prints from my current project, a graphic memoir working titled “Made in .”
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Viv Styles Nov 9
Replying to @PhilMorandi
The joy of 😀hours of tiny marks to let the light in...
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Trust New Art Nov 9
We're sharing a special opportunity to work with and the Society of Wood Engravers Find out more:
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Jack House Gallery Nov 9
Babo by Palmer for for Imprint Society Massachusetts 1972.Original engraved boxwood blocks were sent to Barre, Mass & closed down. Anyone know where the blocks are now?
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Phil Wilkinson Nov 11
Latest state print from wip
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Joanne Price Nov 7
Now in for @hamiltonwoodtype ! This morning I visited and viewed the immersive and stunning by — So proud to be a wood engraver ☺️
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Phil Wilkinson Nov 9
Barely perceptible progress despite time spent (probably working too finely 😔) with
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Jack House Gallery Nov 8
made for for in 1974 his was based on a profile picture of these & more on show here until 30th Nov
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Phil Wilkinson Nov 8
Slow emergence of wip (second early state proof print)
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Steven Jenkins Nov 7
Unfired samples of Christmas range, tiny jugs to come. Really pleased with handle detail. Robins are back too...
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philographikon Nov 10
: "Maennlicher Gorilla im " printed in color after a painting by Wilhelm 1904. 20 x 13.5 cm ( 7.8 x 5.1 ")
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WoodStar CNC Routers Nov 8
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🚩 Airton Cardim 🚩 18h
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Dave Celli Nov 13
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Atelier DPJ Nov 12
Sept dessins originaux de l'artiste ont été gravés sur bois par notre graveur Jean-Marie Picard et forment le portfolio Bada, disponible dans notre boutique du 16 Quai maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny à Sète.
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