Philadelphia Engraving Splendors

Our first visit in Philadelphia was Temple University’s Special Collections Research Center with Josue Hurtado, Librarian and Coordinator of Public Services, and Kimberly Tuley, Curator of Rare Books. Kimberly had a wide selection of work for us to view including the Kelmscott Chaucer, which was bound in white goatskin. William Morris’ work really set a…

WEN’s 3rd Triennial Exhibit Debuts at Stockton University June 30!

The Wood Engravers’ Network is thrilled to announce its Third Triennial Exhibition, featuring sixty-four (64) engravings by thirty-seven (37) artists from the United States, Canada, Ireland and Belgium. Starting its three year journey through North America, Stockton University will kick off the new exhibit during the Wood Engravers’ Network’s annual conference (June 25–July 1) hosted…