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Imagery for Books Part 3 – Decorative Stitchery with Sally Blanchard-O’Brien

April 25, 2019

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting sign

Display at Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Display at Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Embroidery books

Handmade book with spine weaving

Stitching on paper

Stitching samples

Sally Blanchard-O'Brien

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Container of thread and yarn

Stitching on paper

Stitching on paper

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Stitching on paper

Stitching on paper

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Stitching on paper

Stitching on paper

Stitching on paper

VT Book Arts Guild “MailB.A.G.” April 2019

April 5, 2019

Next Meeting: Wednesday, April 10, 2019, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

We meet at the Unitarian Universalist Society Church located at 152 Pearl Street in Burlington, VT. We will be in the Sophia Fahs Community Room, a large room located in the basement. Click here for more information on directions/parking.

Program: Imagery for Books Part 3 – Decorative Stitchery with Sally Blanchard-O’Brien

Stitchery by Sally Blanchard-O'BrienIn our April meeting, we will delve into a novel method for adding imagery and visual appeal to books – stitchery!

Sally Blanchard-O’Brien will lead us in an exciting exploration of the many different ways that stitching can be used as a structural element in bookmaking, as well as a decorative design element. The meeting will introduce us to a wide variety of ideas, with time to try a few different techniques.

Please bring the following:

  • Sewing needles (a couple of different sizes to accommodate different types of thread)
  • Thread (embroidery floss, if you have it)
  • Paper piercing device (needle tool or awl if you have one, or you can just use a needle)
  • Cutting mat or pad for piercing
  • Ephemera, collage materials or decorative/interesting paper (optional)

We’ll also have some time to share, so please bring any books you’ve made that feature stitchery as a decorative element. The stitching can be ornamental (e.g., on the pages or covers as decoration) or structural (e.g., Keith Smith’s centipede binding or fancy Japanese stab bindings).

March Meeting Reflections

Marilyn GillisWe thought we had dodged the snow, until we opened the door after the meeting – surprise! Hope everyone got home safely.

Our March meeting, Mark-Making, was another episode in Imagery for Books, our multi-month focus. Marilyn Gillis shared her story of how mark-making became a central part of her work. While explaining many different techniques and materials for making your own marks, she shared many beautiful pieces she has created using them.

For the hands-on portion of the meeting, Marilyn set up different stations with her favorite techniques and let us all try them out. Clearly, fun was had by all! There was lots of collaboration and experimenting going on with straws, pipe cleaners, and wax, just to name a few.

A big thanks to Marilyn for an exciting evening, and thanks to everyone for coming and participating!

You can view images from the meeting on the B.A.G. blog.

B.A.G. News

*** Bound to Happen – B.A.G.’s annual exhibition

Book Arts Guild of Vermont exhibit at SPACE Gallery

Our annual book arts show will be hosted by the S.P.A.C.E. Gallery in Burlington, VT. We are excited to be in a wonderful space in Burlington from June 7 – 29! The title for the show is Bound to Happen, and it’s open to any interpretation from the artists.

Here are some important dates:

  • Entry due date: May 31, 2019 No Entries will be accepted after this date. Artists are encouraged to bring work and appropriate paperwork to the May 8th BAG meeting.
  • Exhibit dates: June 7 – 29, 2019
  • Opening reception: June 7, 2019, 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. The reception coincides with First Friday, a popular event in the South End.
  • Artist’s Talk: Work will be returned to the artist at the July 10th B.A.G. meeting, at which time we will share our work.

Information for entry:

  • Entry paperwork can be downloaded here.
  • Entry fee will be $10.00 for up to 3 pieces.
  • Work must be ready to hang or display. If you have display instructions, please include them with your entry.
  • Work must have identification somewhere on the piece.
  • The gallery commission is 40%, so please price accordingly.

Have questions? Please ask Marcia.

*** Post-Meeting Postcard Exchange: Use What We’ve Learned

Collaged postcard by Marcia Vogler

With the end of our multi-month presentations about imagery, let’s close with a collaborative project to celebrate. We invite you to create 6 postcards to swap, and 1 to keep for yourself. They can all be the same or all different, as long as they are 4″ x 6″. Some ideas might be to pick a theme like shoes, birds, or a quote, and play around with ways of adding the imagery. Any medium can be used – take inspiration from the huge amount of techniques we have learned!

At the July meeting, we will exchange postcards with 6 others. With these original artworks, participants will create a book structure to hold the cards, and share their creation at the September meeting. Plenty of time to complete the challenge!

Here’s a recap:

  • April meeting: Introduction to the Postcard Exchange project. Presentation of examples of structures to house postcards, so you can get thinking.
  • July meeting: Participants bring 6 original postcards, 4″x6″, in any medium to swap. Participants leave with 6 different postcards to collect in a book structure.
  • September meeting: Participants present their book structures, and we are amazed.

Let’s start making!

*** Show us what you’re working on!

As we continue with meetings that teach us more about image making the idea of sharing what we’ve learned has emerged. At each meeting we learn some skill and then go away and often explore that skill on our own. No one gets to see this private work.

Now we would like to invite participants to share their explorations into collage and mark making and stitching and whatever else strikes your fancy. We encourage everyone to bring in something you’ve been working on/experimenting with to share with others.

This is to be a very informal activity and outside the agenda of the meeting since it is so hard to accomplish everything in the two hours as it is. Works can just be put out in a designated place to provide an opportunity for informal conversation. The room is available to us beginning at 6:00 p.m. so between 6:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., we can use the space for free time or for sharing.

B.A.G. Member News

Penne Tompkins calligraphy*** Penne Tompkins has work featured in The Art of Calligraphy, exhibit open through May 29th at the Gallery at the VAULT in Springfield, VT.

The exhibit includes an amazing display of artwork created by five of Vermont’s finest calligraphers. This is an opportunity to be inspired by their wonderfully diverse styles, each reflecting the artist’s love of words enhanced by their own unique art forms.

The gallery is open on Mondays from 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. and Wednesday – Saturday from 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. For more information please email galleryvault@vermontel.net or call (802) 885-7111.

Artwork by Nina Gaby*** The international art magazine, Ceramics Art + Perception, issue #111 has published an interview on B.A.G. member Nina Gaby’s 3-dimensional memoir work in mixed-media: Ways to Tell a Story.

Congrats to Nina for the wonderful feature! Be sure to check out the article online.

*** Calling all poets and writers of all ages and experience and those who love combining words and art!

Poartry posterB.A.G. member and The Poartry Project founder, JC Wayne, is launching a new bi-monthly art-inspired inclusive community poetry reading series. Each reading centers on each new art exhibit at Flynndog Gallery at Burlington’s South End Station. Poets and writers are invited to visit the exhibit and write and submit a 1-page original poem or prose piece inspired by the art on display.

The first reading of work inspired by the paintings of Roger Coleman and the photography of Peter Curtis is Saturday, April 27th, 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. with food and drink available for purchase from Nomad Coffee before and during the reading.

Please visit the Poartry website for important writing process details/submission guidelines. The submission deadline is April 11, 2019. If you have questions, please contact JC. For those interested in participating but may need more time, deadline extensions are available. Please encourage kids in your life of all ages to participate!

Handmade photo album by Elissa Campbell*** Elissa Campbell is teaching the Phabulous Photo Album at the Bayside Activity Center in Colchester, VT on April 18th from 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

In this workshop, you will learn how to create an elegant hard-cover photo album using bookcloth and handmade paper – this is a wonderful keepsake that can hold 4” x 6” photos from your recent vacation or family holiday gathering.

Each participant will leave class with a completed photo album and a basic knowledge of bookbinding technique. You will receive a detailed handout and resource list for all materials we use.

No previous experience required – this is a great class for a beginner. You can even bring in your own cover materials to customize your book. All tools and materials will be provided.

Registration is available online. You can also download a pdf of the registration form and mail it in with your payment.

Book Arts News

Book Arts Bazaar poster*** The University of Southern Maine‘s 7th annual Book Arts Bazaar will be held on Sunday, April 7th from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at the Wishcamper Center on the school’s Portland campus.

This festival with book artists, papermakers, bookbinders, printmakers, educators, and writers is dedicated to all things related to the book. The free event is sponsored by USM’s Kate Cheney Chappell ’83 Center for Book Arts.

Carolyn Shattuck will have an exhibitor table with her artists books, so be sure to stop by and say hi!

The event is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Rebecca Goodale.

*** On April 12th, the Book Arts Workshop at Dartmouth College is hosting the Stephen Harvard Memorial Lecture and Symposium, Touch Your Words: Teaching Indigenous Languages Through Making.

The recent purchase of metal type in the Cherokee Syllabary has prompted new interest in the Book Arts Workshop at Dartmouth College Library. With the Cherokee type and other printing and binding activity, faculty in Native American Studies, Anthropology, Linguistics, and Environmental Studies have integrated book-making projects into their courses, giving students hands-on exposure and practice in the study of indigenous languages. Over the past year, a number of students and faculty have engaged in applied learning in language revitalization with the Book Arts Workshop.

The lecture and symposium seek to bring together makers of all kinds (students, scholars, librarians, writers, artists, and printers) to exchange their experiences and knowledge in tactile learning and explore new possibilities.

Schedule of events:

  • 9:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m.: Open house style workshop in the Book Arts Workshop
  • 1:00 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.: Speakers in Haldeman 41
  • 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.: Reception in Haldeman

Dartmouth is located in Hanover, NH. For more information, please visit the Dartmouth Library website.

Wood letterpress type*** The Museum of Printing is having a letterpress sale on April 13th from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. The Museum is dedicated to preserving the rich history of the graphic arts, printing and typesetting technology, and printing craftsmanship.

Tabletop and floor presses, type, type cabinets, borders and ornaments, furniture and reglet cabinets, and all sorts of good letterpress stuff will be available.

The Museum of Printing is located at 15 Thornton Avenue in Haverill, MA.

Amos Kennedy, Jr. poster*** Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr. will be in residence on the Wells College campus conducting a week-long series of events co-sponsored by The Wells Book Arts Center, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, the String Room Gallery and the Wells College Scholar-In-Residence program.

Visual Noise features poster prints by acclaimed letterpress printer and book artist Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr. Renowned for his bold use of typography and renegade letterpress technique, Kennedy has built a forceful, witty, and subversive creative practice centered on calling attention to past and present experiences of race, labor, art, and printing. While his work is widely exhibited and held in collections, he ensures access to his posters by selling them at affordable prices. Visual Noise will culminate with a Cash & Carry event, with all posters available for purchase.

All are welcome to join Kennedy at the following public events during his residency:

  • Open Printing Drop-In Session: April 15, 3:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. at Morgan Hall
  • Open Printing Drop-In Session: April 16, 3:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. at Morgan Hall
  • Tea Time with Amos: April 17, 3:00 p.m. at Zabriskie Hall, Room 306
  • Documentary Film Screening, Proceed and Be Bold: April 17, 7:00 p.m. at Stratton Hall, Room 209
  • Artist Talk, Talkin’ Loud and Sayin’ Nothin‘: April 18, 6:00 p.m. at Stratton Hall, Room 209
  • Closing Reception and Cash & Carry, Visual Noise: April 19, 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the String Room Gallery

Wells College is in Aurora, NY.

*** The New England Guild of Book Workers is presenting a lecture with Bay Area based bookbinder John DeMerritt at the North Bennet Street School on April 18 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. – Building a Living Craft.

John will give a talk based on the editions of books, boxes and housings he creates for artists, galleries, fine art publishers and institutions. He will discuss how he has developed his studio practice and his origins as an Edition Binder.

Much of John’s recent commissioned work has been to create housings for digital media Art Projects. This has propelled him into new areas of edition binding that require him to embrace new technologies and expand the traditional role of the binder in terms of ‘book’ work. Using these new projects as a platform, John will discuss how working with new media and formats has simultaneously transformed his studio practice and reinforced its traditional origins.

The lecture is free and open to the public. No RSVP is required. The North Bennet Street School is in Boston, MA.

Book Arts Classes

*** On June 8 & 9, the North Bennet Street School is offering Bookbinding 101 with Amy Lapidow.

In this class, students will get a quick introduction to various bookbinding techniques by exploring three different book structures. The class begins with a simple pamphlet and continues with constructing two multi-signature books known as a flatback case binding and link stitch binding. Finally, students construct a box to house all of their creations.

This class is a great way to familiarize yourself with bookbinding and is perfect for those who are curious about the craft. All tools and supplies are provided for this class.

For more information or to register, please visit the NBSS website.

*** On Sunday, June 9th, The Eliot School in Jamaica Plain, MA is offering Celebration Accordion Books with Susan Porter.

Using an accordion book form, make a festive book full of surprises, packing it full of words, letters, tiny booklets, pockets, windows, beads and a range of other materials to give meaning to your celebratory wishes. Develop a concept, decide on your palette, chose a theme or occasion, then dive into a wealth of ingredients to build your book. Leave with a dramatic one-of-a-kind gift, or meaningful object to keep yourself.

For more information about the class, please visit the Eliot School’s website or click here to download the complete catalog.


Imagery for Books Part 2 – Hand-Drawn Mark Making with Marilyn Gillis

March 30, 2019

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Marilyn Gillis

Book of mark making samples by Marilyn Gillis

Book of mark making samples by Marilyn Gillis

Book of mark making samples by Marilyn Gillis

Mark making samples by Marilyn Gillis

Mark making samples by Marilyn Gillis

Mark making samples by Marilyn Gillis

Mark making samples by Marilyn Gillis

Mark making at Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Mark making at Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Mark making at Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Mark making at Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Mark making at Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Mark making at Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Mark making at Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Mark making at Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

VT Book Arts Guild “MailB.A.G.” March 2019

March 7, 2019

Next Meeting: Wednesday, March 13, 2019, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

We meet at the Unitarian Universalist Society Church located at 152 Pearl Street in Burlington, VT. We will be in the Sophia Fahs Community Room, a large room located in the basement. Click here for more information on directions/parking.

Picture the Possibilities: Imagery for Books

Join us in our multi-month exploration of various methods and materials for adding imagery to your books. Whether you have an illustrator’s hand or stand proudly in the stick-figure league, you can create books rich in imagery through techniques as diverse as collage, mark-making, and even stitchery.

Join us for an adventure in learning that’s bound to add richness and dimension to your work!

Program: Imagery for Books Part 2 – Hand-Drawn Mark Making with Marilyn Gillis

Artwork by Marilyn GillisMarilyn Gillis will lead this month’s meeting with a series of activities for making hand-drawn marks. Marilyn has used hand-drawn mark-making extensively in her mixed media art for the past ten years.

She will bring examples to illustrate a variety of techniques, but this will be a “hands-on” meeting where you will have fun exploring on your own.

Please bring the following:

  • Pencils
  • Black ink pens
  • Calligraphy pens (if you have them)
  • Graphite pens such as Lyra (if you have them)
  • Black markers
  • Small sharp scissors or X-Acto knife

February Meeting Reflections

Marcia Vogler and Marilyn GillisIt’s been a long tough winter, but we finally managed to hold a meeting on a day without snow, or at least just a dusting. To introduce the B.A.G. theme for the next few months, Imagery for Books, Marilyn Gillis and Marcia Vogler (me) presented an evening filled with collage: examples of our own work, tips and techniques, and equipment and materials.

Although Marilyn and I have completely different points of view, we managed to paste together a great evening. Everyone had a chance to view the pieces we brought and share in the generous giveaways brought by members. To round out the meeting, we participated in a round robin collage-a-thon, passing papers, glue sticks, and scissors to each other during a timed session. Fun was had by all.

Thanks for coming, everyone, and special thanks to Marilyn for a great presentation.

You can view images from the meeting on the B.A.G. blog.

B.A.G. News

*** Support the Book Arts Guild of Vermont by becoming a member!

The Book Arts Guild of Vermont is supported by its members and you have kept us going for more than ten years. Our organization is solely run by volunteers and we do what we do because we love the book arts and we love B.A.G. We continue to be inspired by our community, and the enthusiasm and talents that you bring to our meetings.

The Board of Directors recently met to plan the year ahead and decided to give members a picture of B.A.G.’s annual expenses.

Here’s the breakdown:

  • Rent: $50.00 per month
  • Presenter honorarium: $35.00 per meeting
  • Website and email newsletter: $100.00 per year
  • Presenter reimbursement for supplies: Varies

If you’ve done the math, you’ll see that we need a minimum of $910.00 (not including supply reimbursement) to cover our annual expenses.

Membership dues are our main source of income and we hope that you will show that you value what we have to offer – quality programming, field trips, exhibits, and more – by becoming a member. You get so much value out of your $35.00 and attending just one meeting can give you your full money’s worth.

We hope that you will renew your membership or join us as a new member at the February meeting. If you will not be at the meeting, you can download our membership form and send it in with your payment.

Thank you so much for your continued support of the guild. We wouldn’t be here without you.

*** Announcing the Book Arts Guild of Vermont’s annual exhibition!

Book Arts Guild of Vermont exhibit at SPACE GalleryThe S.P.A.C.E. Gallery in Burlington has kindly offered to host our annual show this year. We are excited to be in a wonderful space in Burlington from June 7 – 29! The title for the show will be Bound to Happen, and is open to any interpretation from the artists.

Here are some important dates:

  • Entry due date: May 31, 2019
  • Exhibit dates: June 7 – 29, 2019
  • Opening reception: June 7, 2019, 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

More details will be offered at a later date, but let’s get working!

Have questions? Please ask Marcia.

*** Art on Main in Bristol, VT has two book arts classes coming up that are being taught by B.A.G. members. Here’s the scoop:

Flag book by Dorsey HoggWatercolor Exploration Flag Book with teacher and bookmaker Dorsey Hogg will take place on Saturday, March 30th from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. with a lunch break.

In this workshop you will explore a variety of watercolor techniques to create beautiful papers. Then you will use those papers to build a flag book with interlocking accordion spines. If you are new to watercolor painting and book arts, then this is a great place to start – if you are an experienced water colorist and paper artist then come and share your expertise with us. We’ll see what new ideas we can discover together!


Marbled paper and handbound books by Jane PloughmanSuminagashi – Paper Marbling and Japanese Bookbinding with bookmaker Jane Ploughman of Ploughgirl Press will take place on Saturday, April 6th from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Japanese marbling or Suminagashi is the practice of gently floating pigments on the surface of water using a brush or brushes to create beautiful delicate designs on paper. Students will be introduced to this Japanese marbling using traditional techniques with a variety of inks. Each student will be able to experiment with different types and sizes of paper. These papers can be used for all types of paper crafts including bookbinding, calligraphy, cards, etc.

Students will also sew a small notebook using a traditional Japanese stab binding pattern. Each student will learn at least one pattern and be shown others for inspiration. Simple bookbinding techniques and resources will be provided. All materials are provided. No experience needed.


Both workshops are being held at ARTSight Studios at 6 South Street in Bristol, VT. Please contact Art on Main to register at (802) 453-4032.

Book Arts News

*** Now through May 3rd, the Bromer Gallery is hosting A Visual Feast: The Art of Laura Davidson and David Esslemont. The exhibit brings together prints, watercolors, woodcuts, calligraphy, drawing, and bookbinding to create a tableau of book artistry.

Based out of Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood, Laura Davidson centers her work on past-made-present, using found objects and soft textures to imbue her work with nostalgia. She expresses her talents through a range of media, including books, drawings, prints, paper mosaics, and paper sculptures.

David Esslemont, born in England and currently a resident of northeast Iowa, focuses much of his artistic attention on the interaction between nature, art, and humanity. He often directly engages with nature in order to best present its nuanced beauty, and participates in his own visual narratives in his series of “food” books.

The Bromer Gallery is located at 607 Boylston Street in Boston, MA.

*** The North Bennet Street School will host an exhibition, Bound Together: Bookbinding by the North Bennet Street School Community, from March 28 – April 30. This unique gathering of exquisite hand-bound books showcases the talents of their students and alumni, and offers insight into their renowned bookbinding program.

On March 28th from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., there will be an information session and open house in the NBSS bindery, which will be followed by an opening reception for the exhibit.

The NBSS is located at 150 North Street in Boston, MA.

Girl Scout Book Artist Cadette badge*** The New England Chapter of the Guild of Book Workers is looking for volunteers to teach simple bookbinding techniques and creative content at two upcoming Girl Scout events. Through these events, NEGBW volunteers will be helping Cadettes earn their Book Artist badge and potentially inspiring future bookbinders.

The first event will be held on Sunday, March 24, 2019 at Camp Rice Moody in Reading, MA. The second event will be held on Sunday, May 19, 2019 at Camp Cedar Hill in Waltham, MA. Each event generally lasts from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. and carpooling can be arranged.

If you are interested in volunteering or have any questions, please contact Lauren Telepak at negbwprograms@gmail.com.

Book Arts Classes

*** The New England Chapter of the Guild of Book Workers is hosting a one-day paste paper workshop with Madeleine Durham on either March 23rd or 24th. The workshop will take place at the Washington Street Art Center in Somerville, MA.

In this workshop you will learn the brush technique that Madeleine has developed over the last many years. You will learn what kind of brushes work best and how to hold them so that you create a variety of lines, shapes, and patterns. You will also learn tricks for blending colors.

You will leave the class with a basic knowledge and ability to create straight lines, wavy lines, subtle blending techniques and geometric patterns. Madeleine’s paste paper technique is delightfully spontaneous. Come to class ready to have fun!

Registration is available online. Due to the limitations of the NEGBW’s registration system, you will not be able to choose between the two available days. After you register, please contact them with your preferred date.

Coptic stitch binding*** From March 16 – April 13, the North Bennet Street School is offering Fundamentals of Bookbinding I with Erin Fletcher.

Students will learn the foundations of bookbinding by combining hands-on exercises and discussion. The class starts by exploring non-adhesive structures: soft cover pamphlet, Coptic, historical longstitch and link stitch. The class ends with a look at case bindings, with the creation of two hardcover flatback bindings. Students also learn different structural elements, sewing variations, covering and cutting techniques using various materials, tools and equipment.

Throughout the course discussions will cover terminology, paper grain and folding, selecting proper materials and tools, and adhesives and their properties. Please bring a notebook with you to class. All tools and supplies are provided for this class.

For more information or to register, please visit the NBSS website.

*** Erin Fletcher is also teaching Focus on Case Bindings at the North Bennet Street School from April 8 – 12, 2019.

Explore case binding structures through repetition while experimenting with minor changes in technique with each book. The course covers structural elements, sewing variations, covering, and cutting techniques using various tools and equipment. Discussions cover terminology, paper grain and folding, selecting proper materials and tools, and adhesives and their properties.

Students have ample time to repeat each technique in order to achieve precision and accuracy. Time will be dedicated to working on personal projects during the latter half of the workshop. While some materials can be supplied, students should bring the bulk of the materials required for their work.

For more information or to register, please visit the NBSS website.

*** On Sunday, March 17th, The Eliot School in Jamaica Plain, MA is offering Altered Books with Cristina Hajosy.

Transform books, old or new, into art objects. The book becomes a canvas, a sculpture or a reliquary of personally meaningful content. Draw inspiration from the book’s author or contents or purely use the book as a structure. Incorporate paper cutting, collage, bookmaking and other processes. The instructor will have books on hand or bring your own, along with small objects and images to include.

For more information about the class, please visit the Eliot School’s website or click here to download the complete catalog.


Imagery for Books Part 1 – Collage with Marcia Vogler and Marilyn Gillis

February 28, 2019

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting sign

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Art pieces by Marilyn Gillis

Handmade books by Marilyn Gillis

Marcia Vogler and Marilyn Gillis

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Handmade books and collages by Marcia Vogler

Collages by Marcia Vogler

Marilyn Gillis

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

Book Arts Guild of Vermont meeting

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