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Re: Colophon Info
- To: BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: Colophon Info
- From: Don Guyot <colophon@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 15 Nov 1997 10:11:41 PST
- Message-id: <199711151752.JAA19340@SUL-Server-2.Stanford.EDU>
- Sender: "The Book Arts: binding, typography, collecting" <BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Please be advised that while it is true that I am no longer the owner of
Colophon, it is not true that I have stopped teaching. Please refer for
more detail to my note just posted to the Book_Arts-L.
In essence, I shall continue to teach serious students of paper marbling in
my Olympia Studio into the forseeable future, and I will continue, as I
have always done, to refer those people wishing an introductory class to
As for the Art shop in Olympia from whom you heard the information here
corrected, would you be so kind as to provide the name of that place, so
that I could correct THEIR information as well.
> In a message dated 97-11-15 00:37:45 EST, you write:
> Hi, Georgia,
> I have heard also from an art store in Olympia that Don is not teaching
> marbling anymore, however, if you want to learn to marble, Galen Berry
> be teaching his popular Beginning and Intermediate Paper and Fabric
> classes in the spring.
> I am his workshop coordinator, and I will be scheduling one in the Olympia
> area, as well as other areas in Washington and Oregon. If you would
> be on my mailing list, please let me know.
> Please feel free to visit Galen's web page at: <A
> You can e-mail me at: <A HREF="Stoffees@xxxxxxx">Stoffees@xxxxxxx</A>
> Lorraine Hanson
> Portland, OR
> (503) 253-2131
> > > Don is no
> > >longer owner, he will still be around in an advisory position.
> > Yikes! Do you have any idea whether or not Mr. Guyot will still be
> > marbling?
> > Hoping I haven't waited too long to learn,
> > Georgia