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Milestones / Miles’S Tones: A Coincidence, Brian Fay Nov 2007

Milestones / Miles’S Tones: A Coincidence, Brian Fay

Exhibition Catalogues

Milestones/Miles’s Tones: a Coincidence is a catalogue essay published in the 25th. anniversary catalogue for Black Church Print Studio’s, Dublin.




A Day With "Master" Bookbinder Peter D. Verheyen, Peter D. Verheyen Nov 2007

A Day With "Master" Bookbinder Peter D. Verheyen, Peter D. Verheyen

Peter D Verheyen

Illustrated presentation on the speaker's training and professional path in bookbinding, book arts, and conservation presented to the Cornell University Book Arts Club. Audio portion of presentation is 61.7MB mp3 file.


Review/Report Of The Conference On The History Of The Book In Venice For The Sharp Newsletter (Society For The History Of Authorship, Reading And Publishing), Alice H.R.H. Beckwith Aug 2007

Review/Report Of The Conference On The History Of The Book In Venice For The Sharp Newsletter (Society For The History Of Authorship, Reading And Publishing), Alice H.R.H. Beckwith

Art & Art History Faculty Publications

A review of a two day conference at the Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti on March 9-10 concerning the fifteenth-sixteenth century book industry in Renaissance Venice and Europe.


Member Profiles: Karen Hanmer And Peter Verheyen, Peter D. Verheyen, Karen H. Hanmer Aug 2007

Member Profiles: Karen Hanmer And Peter Verheyen, Peter D. Verheyen, Karen H. Hanmer

Libraries' and Librarians' Publications

This is the second in a continuing series of interviews of Guild members. Current and former Exhibitions Chairs Karen Hanmer and Peter Verheyen met at Standards in Chicago in 1999. She never dreamed his subliminal messages would entice her from making “freaky-foldies” to become a binder. He never suspected she would attempt to seduce him to the other side with odd examples of vaguely book-like ephemera. They share an appreciation of fine craft, spare design, and excessively robust (read Teutonic) endsheets.


Member Profiles: Karen Hanmer And Peter Verheyen, Peter D. Verheyen, Karen A. Hanmer Jul 2007

Member Profiles: Karen Hanmer And Peter Verheyen, Peter D. Verheyen, Karen A. Hanmer

Peter D Verheyen

This is the second in a continuing series of interviews of Guild members. Current and former Exhibitions Chairs Karen Hanmer and Peter Verheyen met at Standards in Chicago in 1999. She never dreamed his subliminal messages would entice her from making “freaky-foldies” to become a binder. He never suspected she would attempt to seduce him to the other side with odd examples of vaguely book-like ephemera. They share an appreciation of fine craft, spare design, and excessively robust (read Teutonic) endsheets.


Ua68/5/1 Senior Art Show Catalog, Wku Art Apr 2007

Ua68/5/1 Senior Art Show Catalog, Wku Art

WKU Archives Records

Exhibition catalog showcasing the artwork of senior art students in a variety of mediums.


Taking In: Aib Photography 2007, Aib Students Apr 2007

Taking In: Aib Photography 2007, Aib Students

Taking In

Taking In is a student run project featuring a selection of work created by students attending the college of art and design. The project focuses on the business of promoting art and culminates each year with a juried exhibition, publication and a website all designed to promote selected works of AIB artists. The selected pieces were chosen anonymously by a jury of distinguished members of the Boston Art Community to represent the best of undergraduate in 2007. The book in your hands is the end result of a collective effort by those in the class.


Jerry Bywaters: Lone Star Printmaker, Ellen Buie Niewyk Jan 2007

Jerry Bywaters: Lone Star Printmaker, Ellen Buie Niewyk

eBooks

Jerry Bywaters – Lone Star Printmaker chronicles the printmaking career of Texas regionalist artist Jerry Bywaters (1906 – 1989). In 1935, Bywaters began recording the prints he made, primarily lithographs, when he noted ‘“Gargantua” First litho made (1935)’ on the first page of his print notebook. This study is based on that notebook and places Bywaters’s printmaking career within the context of art developments in Dallas through the 1940s. It includes a catalogue of his prints, information regarding the history of each print, and reproductions of his known illustrations and ephemera.

Bywaters played a major role in establishing the Texas Regionalism ...


Drawing As An Advent To Design Studio Education, Carl A. Rogers Jan 2007

Drawing As An Advent To Design Studio Education, Carl A. Rogers

Landscape Architecture Publications

Design studio education separates design and visual representation as individual subjects requiring different educational objectives. Each subject employs distinct skills such as line and value for visual representation or form and experience for design. The potential of design decisions should be based upon integration creative ideas with observation and representation skills. This paper describes a drawing process conceived by the author which considers issues of drawing including i) the pictorial function of drawing, ii) the ability of drawing to illuminate ideas, and iii) the relationship between seeing and imagining when drawing. The goal is to consider the intrinsic relationship between ...