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Aine Scannell
  • Female
  • Dunfermline
  • United Kingdom

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  • Janet Allsebrook
  • teresa gomez-martorell
  • Martine Rastello
  • turn the page artists' book fair
  • janis melville
  • Denise Pelletier
  • Rosemarie Jeffers-Palmer
  • Pickaxe Publishing
  • Susan Schmidt
  • Maritza Davila
  • Wendy Morris
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Originally trained as a painter to Masters level , when I realized printmaking was more appropriate to visual aesthetic and creative process.
Have participated in many international exhibitions and projects, e.g. exchange portfolios.
Recently was one of the artist featured in the book "Printmaking at the Edge" by Richard Noyce.
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Y O U R D O C U M E N T S P L E A S E ?

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I am thinking that somebody else on here MUST be in this exhibition. I can t be the only one ? !!

Its an exhibition with 250 artists works in and its all related to the phrase "Your documents Please" The pieces submitted by the artists - had to be the size and thickness (or thereabouts) of a standard passport. The exhibition which is currently in Japan launched at its second venue, the day before yesterday.

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One of my best "friends"

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At 0:26 on January 10, 2013, Geraldine Hudson said…
Nice to meet you Aine, love your books :-)
At 4:25 on January 11, 2012, Zea Morvitz said…

Thanks for your comments! I enjoyed checking out your Tumblr site, too.


At 16:46 on December 12, 2011, Rosemarie Jeffers-Palmer said…

Dear Aine, after being part of our Artbound exhibition I already feel you are a friend.

I had to put off a lot of work in order to cope with the exhibition that I have not had time to do anything aboutt my blog or this wonderful website.

Hope all you friends put pressure on me to keep in touch.

All the very best to you and, love your friend - mine is a fat black cat (called Blacier of course)

Rosemarie (Sydney)

At 11:27 on July 14, 2010, Robert Heather said…
Thanks Aine - I will pass that feedback on to Ning - I have installed the donate button as a bit of an experiment and am still trying to sort out the back-end. When that is all ready I will send out an everyone email as well. Robert
At 5:14 on May 12, 2010, Hyeyoung said…
Hello Aine,
Good to hear from you. This year has been really busy, but in a good way. One of my friend is working on my website now, so I'm expecting to open early June. I have your website address on my bookmark, and will keep in touch with you. Thank you. Hyeyoung
At 6:34 on April 14, 2010, justine johnson said…
I just added some. Working on the international cast iron conference that is july 7-11 2010.
see making sculptures and a few small books. you ?
At 8:04 on March 16, 2010, justine johnson said…
I Know I know Just have so much going on . Will try to post some work very soon.
At 2:53 on November 14, 2009, Karen Bleitz said…
Thanks for asking about the cut out sheep in the Dolly:Edition Unlimited book. To answer your question - I cut them out by hand on a fret saw. Very nervous making! The trick is to practice and to go slow and to have the book block clamped very tight!

All the best,

At 2:20 on May 13, 2009, Hyeyoung said…
Dear Aine,
Thank you for letting me know about your website. I really enjoyed your all works, and really like your installation pieces, especially, the Silent Apocalypse 5 and Aran are my favorite. The way that you approached the concept of the Apocalypse is absolutely powerful and truly thoughtful in a manner of ritual aspect. And, Aran’s beautiful visualized language is hypnotic to see. lovely to be in touch with you!
At 15:02 on February 13, 2009, Lisa Beth Robinson said…
Dear Aine,
and back to you, I am enjoying the introduction to your work! Ask away and I'll do the same.
Lisa Beth

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