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  1. [Baren 45575] Exchange 52 ("Jeanne Norman Chase")
  2. [Baren 45576] Re: Exchange 52 (Diane Cutter)
  3. [Baren 45577] Baren Member blogs: Update Notification (Blog Manager)
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Message 1
From: "Jeanne Norman Chase"
Date: Fri, 08 Jun 2012 15:58:02 GMT
Subject: [Baren 45575] Exchange 52
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I do not usually comment on the exchanges but had to say something about this one.
What a treat!!! I am soooo glad that I entered this one, as I did not
expect such nice work (not that all of them are not nice)
The theme was so timely and some of the prints say so much.
I particularly like;
Gillyin Gattos print "Rise Up". It is a nice print but the message
really got to me. So true Gillyin.
And Carol Heatheringtons wonderful print "An Inconvenient Truth" That
one is going up on my wall.
The message from Angela Oates in her "Talk Back"!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sharon Linders "Sea Otter" and Mary Grassells "Burning Words
I could go on but if you missed out on this one, go see it on the Baren

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Message 2
From: Diane Cutter
Date: Fri, 08 Jun 2012 16:11:03 GMT
Subject: [Baren 45576] Re: Exchange 52
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I agree, Jeanne. It was a pleasure to coordinate simply because it was a pleasure to handle such lovely work.


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Subject: Arts of Japan series : print #2 - printing steps 4~6
Posted by: Dave Bull

Continuing with the 'base' tones, the next one of those is for the discoloured bronze of the statue itself:

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Subject: Busy printers ...
Posted by: Dave Bull

Just a couple of 'quick pix' today ... some of the busy printers!

Ishikawa-san spent pretty much the whole day here on Wednesday, and this time she brought her own blocks with her - a traditional Chinese design she carved during her studies over at the Takumi workshop. (They have also been blogging recently, and this page shows her carving one of these blocks.)

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