Tag Archives: 2014

The Miracle on Third Avenue: Karina and Mits Rescue Bucovetsky’s Christmas Model

Originally posted on A Northern Blog:
Today I was crossing Pine St. South and Second Avenue when I noticed Karina Douglas and Mits Takayesu caring a large bundle down the street each holding one end. At first I thought it…

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New Linocut Pattern

Chinese dragon – 4-inch circle for a linocut. I plan to use this template both for printing and pressing into clay. The template has been reversed already.

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A Couple Small Pieces

        A framed linocut and a 5 X 7″ photograph of the Hollinger Mine Entrance in 2009, which were donated to the Timmins Symphony Orchestra for a silent auction earlier this month.

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Linocut Representing the Christmas Truce of 1914

  I was inspired by the song “Christmas in the Trenches” by John McCutcheon to make a small linocut representing the Christmas Truce of 1914 Centennial. The scene depicts an English and German helmet, a small candlelit tree, and an … Continue reading

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