Dear Sandra, In April, my plan is to launch The Australian Book Arts Journal for book artists, printmakers, calligraphers and writers! The theme for the first issue is Beginnings. If you have any article or story that you think might make an impact, a review of a book, a review with pics of an exhibition, a technique article or tutorial with images, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. the journal is exclusively Australian content. I am most excited about publishing this quarterly journal and hope you will see it as a vehicle for your work - besides, there is nothing like a book in the hand! I'm also coming to Townsville in July with Don, for the glass and bead festival. I hope to see you there.
Hello to dear Sandra, how is your study going? Are you going to Mackay next year? Did I tell you that we did some chine colle work with Roberto Stelluti in Italy during the book and paper intensive? I loved the effects and wonder if any comments on the process are of interest to you .remember, i am a virginal chine collette!!! love linda x
i just came across another chin colle printmaker at austinmer at vision and space gallery in Austinmer
her name is danielle crenaume. print at daniellecrenaume dot com
or web daniellecrenaume dot com
i don't know if I've met her but deirdre knows her and i saw her lovely prints on the weekend
Christina is on this site. i suggest that you write a note and send it to the newsletter editor of warringah printmaker studio or/and also send it to Sandra Williams
if you send me an email to create at judybourke dot com
I will pass it onto the people or better still, will give you their email so you can contact them. or google warringah print studio
i think anthea also used chin colle a fair bit
Hello sandra, how lovely to hear from you! the workshops and tour are all over and I'm settling into my own life again. it's wonderful to have the time to explore, something I haven't had the chance to do for the last 15 months. I was interested to read your questionairre on chine colle. I love the prints you gave to me when we were together. thank you again for them. I move into a new house in August so I'm going to put them on the wall. they will have a good place to be displayed there! love linda x
The exhibition presents two connected bodies of material: a survey of artists’ books by Australian painter, sculptor and bookmaker Robert Jacks (1942-2014), and an extensive selection of publications drawn from Jacks’ own collection, many of which were purchased from Printed Matter in the early years of the organization.
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