Calligraphy Calligraphy

Letters, words, and pictures have fascinated me as long as I can remember. When I was young, I drew cartoons. When studying mechanical drawing and drafting in high school, it was the writing that interested me the most. In college I made bucks lettering signs. When the calligraphic renaissance hit in the early seventies, I was there. Having taught and exhibited in the past, I still love the craft of calligraphy and am slowly picking it up again . . .

The Heart of and in Calligraphy
August 17, 2016 | Posted in Calligraphy

The Heart of and in Calligraphy

Many years ago, when I first wrote Bread for the Wilderness, a book we plan to publish in a revised edition, Pani Susan said to me, “What you have written in the chapter about the spiritual aspect of bread baking could be easily applied to any craft. It’s more or less universal.” I realized that she […]

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