Studio blog of Annie Bissett, an artist working with traditional Japanese woodblock printing (moku hanga)
Cool. I bet it felt good making that
I agree....sending all my hope for a new beginning....
Yes, I would like to become a member !!!! Off to vote within the hour.
Great meeting you this weekend! I too will be spending the evening watching the returns and carving wood. It's calming.
Count me in, Annie!
History says, Don't hopeon this side of the grave.But then, once in a lifetimeThe longed-for tidal waveOf justice can rise up,And hope and history rhyme.attributed to Seamus Heaneyfrom "Voices from Lemnos"
Yeah! I cried over politics for the 1st time in my life last night -- they were tears of joy! It's a momentous time for all persons of color. Si se pueda! (Yes we can!)Unfortunately that great victory is marred by the passage of Proposition 8 here in California. I just don't understand that mentality...what a big setback in California civil rights.But one hopes that the new administration will make strides toward correcting such inequities!!!Si se pueda!Patti
I got my Obama blocks carved and ready to go. That whole Shep Farley - viral imagery thing was too hard to resist.
Looking forward to seeing it, Tom!
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