Today's postings

  1. [Baren 25282] Re: Alaska exhibit (Barbara Mason)
  2. [Baren 25283] congrats to Ray (Cucamongie #
  3. [Baren 25284] RE: congrats to Ray ("marilynn smih")
  4. [Baren 25285] Re: congrats to Ray ("Diane Cutter")
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Message 1
From: Barbara Mason
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2004 07:29:00 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: [Baren 25282] Re: Alaska exhibit
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What a great tribute to you as an artist. Not only seeing great work all together in some sort of cronological order but doing so with lots of friends from your life. I am interested in your book,"Moments Rightly Placed"...can we find it on Amazon???? Seems like a worthwhile read of your time in the frozen north.
Congratulations again,
Best to you,
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Message 2
From: Cucamongie #
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2004 18:09:55 -0400
Subject: [Baren 25283] congrats to Ray
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congrats Ray, wish I could see this exhibition! Interesting to see and read about the assemblages, weaving, etc as well -- bravo!

best wishes
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Message 3
From: "marilynn smih"
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2004 15:59:04 -0700
Subject: [Baren 25284] RE: congrats to Ray
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I belong to a ladies group that has meetings about once a month. we usually
have a program at the end of our meetings. I signed up for September to
talk about printmaking. This group is about American history and
patriotism. I would like to talk about women printmakers in the United
States and if i can find any history on women printmakers in the U.S. that
would be helpful. Can anyone suggest anything online that I could use? Can
anyone suggest a good book for me to get at my library??? If I can not find
much on history I will show works I have from exchanges and anything else I
can find about women currently producing prints in the United States.
Thanks for any help.
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Message 4
From: "Diane Cutter"
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2004 20:35:33 -0300
Subject: [Baren 25285] Re: congrats to Ray
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Hi, Marilynn...

I just discovered Ina Annette (bought a linocut off of ebay this week).
Here is a little bio from the ebay info on her:

Ina Annette (1901-1990) Birth place: Cleveland, OK Addresses: Norman, OK
Profession: Painter, block printer, lithographer, illustrator Studied: with
O.B. Jacobson; George Bridgman; Romanffsky. Exhibited: graphic arts, Denver
AC, 1931 (prize); watercolor, Okla. State Fair, 1933 (prize). Member: Assn.
Okla. A. Work: lithograph, Smoky Hill A. Cl., Lindsborg, Kans.; oil and
batik, Univ. Okla.

You can see the work I got on ebay, which I don't have yet but am looking
forward to getting up-close-and-personal with the

I'd be very interested in the list you come up with...