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Re: [BKARTS] Book Art in Seattle WA



Hello, there is a place called Turtle Press in Ballard that sells a bunch of
book arts related stuff as well as bound books to peruse. The public library
down town has a small display case with local book artists work on the 3rd
floor near the yellow double escalators going up. There is a few of my books
(Coptic bound sketch books not artist books) in a display case at Seattle
Art Supply (a shameless plug I work there) they also have a ton of different
papers. Wessel and Lieberman has some very nice artist books as well as a
variety of other rare out of print etc books. The University of Washington
has at the Allen Library in the basement a fantastically large collection of
artist books. Enormous and you don't need to be a student to view the
collection, although you do need to set up an appointment to have them set a
side a selection of work for you. Although they do have a bunch of work to
be seen by walking in. Do be prepared to surrender all personal effects for
a #2 pencil and a piece of paper, very formal. Well that's all that I can
think of at the moment. Cheers Daved Ferrell

----- Original Message -----
From: "SRotolo" <suzart6@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, November 13, 2004 9:32 AM
Subject: Re: Book Art in Seattle WA


Hello,
I am going to be in Seattle for far too short a time, 18 - 21 Nov, but
if there is something related to the bookarts going on I would
appreciate any info.
Thanks,
SRotolo

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