garth’s woodblock birds

20 Jan

A loyal blog reader and fellow printmaker, Garth Miller of Lake & Chapel, wrote me a lovely e-mail this month: he told me that my blog had inspired him to get some of his woodblocks out and get to some relief printing again. After completing them, his main goal is to have them out into the world being enjoyed rather than sitting in a portfolio, and thus asked me for advice on how he could move them. I offered to do a blog post so that he could either sell or trade these reliefs with other nature’s my friend readers! Aren’t his bird themed woodblocks nice? Garth is selling them for just $10 each, and only $5 for every additional print if you’d like more than one (includes shipping!!!) or, if you are interested in trading some of your own art for one of these, he is also open to this! To purchase or trade, shoot Garth an e-mail at garth@lakeandchapel.com I am going to be the proud owner of a Blue Jay, as Garth has insisted on gifting me a print for this post!

3 Responses to “garth’s woodblock birds”

  1. Jeannine | SaylorMade 20/01/2012 at 20:15 #

    These are wonderful!

  2. cArol 23/01/2012 at 21:12 #

    How nice of you to share Garth’s prints. They are so pretty. I especially love the chickadee!
    : ) @imsilverfeather

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  1. a month of mail art – incoming – part 1 | - 19/03/2012

    [...] with paper clippings, postcards and postage stamps. You may remember this beautiful Blue Jay from a post I did for Garth Miller of Lake & Chapel. As a thank you for the post he sent me my very own copy [...]

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