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[BKARTS] Tone Brunelle bookworks

Dear all at Book Arts-L,

I would just briefly like to introduce to you Tone Brunelle.

Tone Brunelle, who studied under David Sellars at the Roehampton
Institute in London, has had recent and particular success in
exhibiting her bookworks in London, Oslo and Dresden.

Also, Tone Brunelle's bookworks are being selected by the Swedish
Bookbinders Guild for a touring exhibition which with other entries
from the Nordic countries, 2005 has been proclaimed as the year of
design in sweden!

What with a very successful Goteburg Book Fair 2004 -
http://www.bok-bibliotek.se/indexeng.html - and so many innovative
book artists now recieving greater funding for individual and curated
gallery exhibitions, there seems to be a strong post-modern awareness
now developing in the studios of the book arts community in the Nordic

A new website of Tone Brunelle's work can be seen at www.bokstaven.net.

Enjoy the autumn colours of October, with regards,

Paul Bettinson
Nordic Artists' Books Association (NABA)

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