Keeping with the four elements motifs, Water is the theme of our 2015 Box set. Members have been cutting, printing, embossing, pasteing chine colle, and transferring for months to complete their prints in time for the launch of EPGC’s annual fundraiser.
8 individual limited edition prints on 11 x 7.5″ paper (image size varies) presented in an attractive folder with accompanying colophon goes on sale now for $125. Only 25 sets available. Sets can be purchased by contacting us directly firstname.lastname@example.org
View the entire set here:
Prints by Bonnie Baker, Shela Breau, Micheline Gushue, Dyan Hatanaka, Janet Larkman, Ted Lind, Laura MacDonald, Janel Warmington
is a pretty popular question these days. It is February in eastern Canada and the snow banks are over our heads. Despite all that nature has throw at us, EGPC is staying toasty and busy.
Three new members joined in January bringing core membership up to 11. With an assorted range of experience and interests, it is going to be curious what 2015 brings in way of workshops and projects. Already we have been experimenting with copper sulphate etching on zinc and had a visit from letterpress artist, Laura MacDonald of Deep Hollow Print. She began her career using a Nolan Press similar to the one in the shop. Tentative plans are in the making for a workshop with Laura. Time to get serious about using our letterpress equipment.
After the success of 2014 Box set Fire fundraiser. (we sold out at 25 sets) we installed an air filter system in the studio improving air quality. EGPC is committed to being as green and replacing traditionally used solvents with lower toxic substitutes whenever possible.
Our next planned event is a Spring Open House for the public in April. Something to look forward to…
Laura MacDonald being introduced to our etching press
The pilot press isn’t large but everything works and the rollers are in excellent shape.
Nolan Proofing Press and C&P pilot Press
The little book press in the background is in frequent use for small linocuts.
From lack of postings, it may appear that EGPC studio was dark all summer. Just the opposite. Individual members were busy following summer pursuits ( gardening, swimming, vacationing, exhibiting, taking or giving workshops) but now we are back in the shop preparing our 2nd Annual Box Set fundraiser.
Detail of jane McBurney Racine’s burnt paper monotypes
Ever so popular last year and fun if not scary to do, we will be launching in November, The Elements – 4 , a limited number of box sets over 4 years illustrating one of the four elements. 2014 is the theme of Fire.
Cecil Day, renowned NS printmaker is our guest printer this year along with EGPC members Bonnie Baker, Donna Boyko, Shela Breau, Micheline Gushue, Janet Larkman, Jane McBurney Racine, and Janel Warmington.
25 sets of 8 11×7.5″ prints presented in their own folder, accompanied by colophon for the incredible price of $125.
Last year we sold out quickly so don’t hesitate reserving your set this year by contacting us at email@example.com
Sunday, Sept. 29, 11am-4pm
It has only been 5 months since EPGC set up shop in our home at Parker’s Cove Place and we have been busy ever since moving in the furniture,(heavy) presses (heavier) and fund-raising. Still, EGPC member found some time to flex our printmaking muscles. Join us at our first Annual Open House for demonstrations, conversation and a turn at the press.
Parker’s Cove Place, 30 School Street, Parker’s Cove