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Re: etchings bound into book
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- Subject: Re: etchings bound into book
- From: "Janet L. Meyer-Borders" <jmeyerb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 8 Sep 1998 19:21:03 -0500
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Thank you for your inspiring words about copper etchings! Do all artist
in your town that major in printmaking have to do such a book as this?
What a bit of work to say the least. I am quite impressed. In the U.S.
it is hard to find a school that would allow you do such a work as that.
I received my bachelors degree in art in 1993 from University of
California at Santa Cruz. I had over the course of 3 years completed
about 20 or so etchings, but none in a book as what you mentioned.
What a great job you must have done to do this book. How many did you
make? I know copper lasts a long time, did you also do some to sell,
or give away? What was your subjects about? I find this all very
fascinating to say the least. Please respond. I live in Arkansas,
and I love doing copper etchings. Thank-You
Hi - this is Janet - I am an artist - do you need any art work?
Give me a call. Logos, Murals, Signs - jmeyerb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx