Upcoming Classes

Take a gander at the schedule of upcoming classes I’ll be teaching at Asheville BookWorks in November! I’m so thrilled to be returning regularly to WNC. In addition, I’m looking forward to a long stay in the spring of 2013, when I’ll be teaching both a four-day class at BookWorks and an eight-week concentration at the Penland School of Crafts.

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New Classes at BookWorks

Check out the recently expanded schedule of classes that I’ll be teaching at           Asheville BookWorks this year!

Asheville BookWorks

Soft Covers, Strong Structures

It’s pretty awesome to be back in Asheville. The reasons abound, but way up in my top 3 is Asheville BookWorks. Since I first walked though the doors of this amazing space, way back in 2005, it’s been my favorite place to print, bind and teach. Heck! It’s one of my favorite placed to be. So I’m super excited that I was able to participate, full-fledged, at this year’s BookOpolis. I’m also thrilled to be joining the crew of Instructors at BookWorks again. Beginning in January, I’ll be teaching a variety of classes in my favorite space.

My first class is Soft Covers, Strong Structures, which will cover the long stitch, link stitch and tacket binding. Asheville is a pretty amazing place to visit, and BookWorks is a must-see. So come on down!

Fibre Libre at CBAA

Fibre LibreHeard word from the College Book Arts Association that my latest book, Fibre Libre, has been accepted into the Juried Members Exhibition at the School of Fine Arts Gallery at Indiana University. The show will be on display from January 13-29, 2011, during the biennial conference. For those of you in the NC area who’d like to check it out, the book is currently on display in the BookWorks Gallery at Asheville BookWorks, as a part of the BookOpolis 2010 exhibition, which runs through December 10.

The New New

Black Mountain Chocolate

Just finished printing my first commission at Asheville BookWorks. These letterpress printed wrappers will debut with a new line of chocolate from Black Mountain Chocolate, featuring handmade paper by Heroes & Criminals Press. The paper is made from re-purposed cacao bean husks, a by-product of the chocolate making process.

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