Celia Hart's blog about what's going on in and around her studio.
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Monday, 22 September 2008

Printsy Interview



Printsy represents the printmakers of Etsy.com, working in the time honored techniques of intaglio, relief, screen printing, lithography and monotypes. On the Printsy blog you'll find links to the work of all the artists, as well as interviews with some of them.

Last week Mariann Johansen-Ellis interviewed me for Printsy
read it here.

6 comments:

  1. Great interview Celia - I really enjoyed it.

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  2. Me too-and the link to the Fitzwilliam. Next time I am in Cambridge, I shall be there.

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  3. Interesting interview. I understand the urge to freelance rather than climb the greasy pole.... took that route myself back in 1983. In my experience the freedom it gives will always compensate for the risks of being self employed!

    Hope all is well with you,

    Zoë

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  4. I really like that hen! It looks like our Doris.

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  5. I enjoyed reading the interview very much and am always intrigued by other peoples studios. I found the lino printing section very interesting, yet another skill I am trying to master!

    I am familiar with the work of Faith Shannon and the Designer bookbinders, in fact there were no less than four "Fellows" in the room when I did the workshop! A very humbling experience.

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  6. Thanks Gina!

    Threadspider - hope you enjoy the Fitz, the online resources are excellent too.

    Zoe - Lots of ups and downs as a freelance - but it's great to be free to move on and adapt!

    Hi Misshathorn - :) Doris is a great name for a hen!

    Acornmoon - I've enjoyed reading about your experiments with making little books.

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