Posts tagged with: bookbinding

Yesterday we took the exhibition down from the Cathedral library. Gudrun was delighted with the response from the public and in one week they had 120 people visit specially to see it. There normal visitor rate is about 100 a...
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There are only  six more weeks now until the exhibition will be taken down for the last rtime and the books returned to their binders. Here are two more of the bindings Jane Price This elegant and deceptively simple flatbacked...
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We are over halfway through the venues for the exhibition now and on Monday last week we set up the exhibition in the wonderful Book Department in Jarrolds store in Norwich where it will remain until the end of the...
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The exhibition is now temporarily at my home as the glass display cases are needed for the Norfolk Contemporary Crafts Society’s Summer Exhibition at Creake Abbey, near Burnham Market in North Norfolk, which opens on 18th June for one week....
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On Monday 20th May, we moved it on to The Rocket House Cafe in Cromer. This is occupies a light and spacious area above the Henry Blogg Lifeboat Museum on the seafront next to the old lifeboat station. With a ...
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Poster by Niki Medlik I took the twenty bindings over to the Original Projects Gallery on Wednesday. This is a pop up gallery run by Kaavous Clayton who before coming to Yarmouth was curator at The Minories in Colchester. Like...
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TWO POINTS EAST AND THE ART OF DESIGNER BOOKBINDING After many years working as a veterinary surgeon, due to chronic back pain, my life had to take a different turn, and through a series of happy accidents I found myself...
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