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LR27-2. Letter Arts Review Vol.27, No.2: 2012 Annual Letter Arts Review, Vol. 27, No. 2
2012 Annual Review Issue filled with the best of calligraphic art, all in full-color, with 61 works by over 50 lettering artists from North America, Europe, Africa, and Asia (plus one from New Zealand).
LR27-1. Letter Arts Review Vol.27, No.1 Letter Arts Review Vol. 27, No. 1
The editor's letter: Books on my desk cover story Georgina Artigas (1918-2012) Cui Fei
by Christopher Calderhead The Thousand Prayer Project
by Larry Thomas The dancer from the dance: thoughts provoked by a visit to Calligraphy Northwest
by Lawrence Wheeler
LR26-4. Letter Arts Review Vol.26, No.4 Letter Arts Review Vol.26, No.4
The Greeting Card Issue
The selection is a delightful variety of personal cards and ones designed for greeting card companies; of one-off handmade cards and cards printed offset or inkjet; of ones using intricate folds and cards of elegant letters. It is a splendor of letters and flourishes, illustration and word image. Over 100 cards created by scribes from around the world. Full-color throughout.
LR26-3. Letter Arts Review Vol.26, No.3 Letter Arts Review Vol. 26, No.3
The editor's letter: Looking at graffiti technique Briefly noted: A manuscript by Michael Hughey Anatomy of the Hilya
by Elinor Holland An interview with Marina Soria
by Christopher Calderhead Treewhispers
by Pamela Paulsrud cover artist Remembering FDR: An interview with Nicholas Benson
by Christopher Calderhead
LR26-1. Letter Arts Review Vol.26, No.1 Letter Arts Review Vol.26, No.1
The editor's letter: Patterns of language Briefly noted: A map by Dan Mooney Thomas Ingmire and Manuel Neri: Visual conversation
by Bruce Nixon Marian Bantjes: The rational ornamentalist
by J. Lynn Fraser The restoration and conservation of Japanese calligraphy
by Christine Flint-Sato cover artist A conversation with Barbara Wolff
by Holly Cohen An appeal for the inkstone craftsmen of Ogatsu
by Christine Flint-Sato
LR25-4. Letter Arts Review Vol.25, No.4 Letter Arts Review Vol.25, No.4
Not a day without a line by Laurie Doctor On my way to becoming a scholar, I cried & learned calligraphy by Laura Capp Spontaneous Creation by Mike Gold & Judy Melvin A Letter Arts Review interview with Julia Vance
LR25-3. Letter Arts Review Vol.25, No.3 Letter Arts Review Vol.25, No.3
Seal Carving in Japan by Christine Flint-Sato Make the book, fill the book, vary the book, read a book by Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord The five states of writing
by Steven Skaggs Wissam Shawkat
by Elinor Holland
LR25-1. Letter Arts Review Vol.25, No.1 Letter Arts Review Vol.25, No.1
Briefly Noted: Stephen Rapp's Raniscript Projects: Setting a Table Art & Protest: The political art of Joan Iverson Goswell Interview by Christopher Calderhead Type Yatra by Erin McLaughlin Make one mark each day for one hundred days in a row by Christopher Calderhead
LR24-4. Letter Arts Review Vol.24, No.4 Letter Arts Review Vol.24 No.4
Ishikawa Kyuyoh by Christine Flint-Sato Nice letters! A photo diary by Anna Pinto 101 ways to create magic by Louis Lemoine Primary sources: Henry Dean's Analytical Guide to Penmanship by Christopher Calderhead A tribute to Jeanyee Wong by Holly Cohen