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Result of the collaboration between Paul Liss and David Maes, who share the belief in the artistic and aesthetic importance of original woodblocks and etching plates as objects of beauty and value in their own right. Original Woodblocks, Plates, and Prints at ModBritPrints.
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In July 2016, Cecilia Garcia Morales and Cecilia Sánchez Duarte, teachers of the Instituto de Cultura, Turismo y Arte de Mazatlán, Sinaloa, came to Austin Texas as invited artists of La Peña Latino Art Organization to give a lecture on the creator of “La Catrina” José Guadalupe Posada, and the celebration of Day of the Dead in Mazatlán. This event was complemented with an intensive workshop of...
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D is definitely the biggest influence on French Impressionists. They copies directly from Chinese woodblocks and they almost all did it, Cassatt The Bath, Manet copied and used Japanese artifacts as details in his paintings. Biggest influence was two-fold; the flatness almost poster quality of...
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A customizable musical washboard for the Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. Send MIDI note messages: If you have a MIDI sound module, you can use the Washboard app as a MIDI controller. Tap the settings button, turn on the MIDI option, then customize the note numbers associated with each...
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Fritz Eichenberg was a close friend with Dorothy Day and a great supporter of The Catholic Worker. He was a highly celebrated artist dedicated to sharing his outrage about injustice and war and his hopes for more decency and peace in the world. One of his favorite graphic themes came from Isaiah...
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Two Red Roses Foundation, Arts and Crafts, Metalwork, Pottery, Woodblock Prints, Fine Art, Decorative Arts. The Two Red Roses Foundation is a nonprofit educational institution dedicated to the acquisition, restoration, preservation, and public exhibition of important examples of furniture, pottery and tiles, lighting, woodblocks, textiles, photography, architectural faience, and fine arts from...
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Nick Wroblewski is a Midwest based printmaker of hand cut woodblocks. Focusing on large multicolor woodcuts, Nick has developed a distinct aesthetic reminiscent of the stylized Japanese masters, yet uniquely his own. His work depicts a reverence for the conversations of the wild and a loyalty to the honesty of handcrafted arts. Nick's prints can be seen in private collections, galleries,...
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