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Washington Post Review of “Ink & Grain”

Head of a Traveler. By Adja Yunkers. Color woodcut,  1952.  Image size 13 1/2 x 9 1/2". LINK.

Head of a Traveler. By Adja Yunkers. Color woodcut, 1952. Image size 13 1/2 x 9 1/2″. LINK.

Mark Jenkins, arts writer for The Washington Post, featured our woodcut and wood engraving show, Ink & Grain,  in his most recent column. Follow the link below to read his article, and make sure to stop by the gallery before November 15th to see the show in person.

Mark Jenkin’s Ink & Grain review in The Washington Post, 10/31/14.

(Quick note: Our exhibit  is the last show reviewed, so it does take some scrolling to get to the write up on Ink & Grain).


3 thoughts on “Washington Post Review of “Ink & Grain”

  1. Fran Moore says:

    Do you know the name of an etcher or engraver with the initials PR? I have an engraving entitled ‘Westminster 1924’ – pedestrians & vehicles crossing a bridge with Big Ben in the background.

    • Hi Fran,
      It is probably Percy Robertson- He did an etching with the same title that matches your description. Percy Robertson was born in Bellagio, Italy and studied at Charterhouse school in Surrey. He was a talented watercolor and landscape painter, and a skilled etcher. He was an elected member of the Royal Society of Etchers, and exhibited through England, including the Royal Academy.

      • Fran Moore says:

        Thanks very much for that info. I will print it off & attach it to the back of the picture that was my aunt’s & I chose it from her estate when she died. It is extremely atmospheric and my husband & I love it.

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