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|Statement||essay by Ruth E. Fine ; Dolan/Maxwell Gallery, Philadelphia, P.A., November 1984 ; Mickelson Gallery, Wahington, D.C., February-March 1985.|
|Contributions||Van Vliet, Claire (autograph), Dolan/Maxwell Gallery, Mickelson Gallery|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Claire Van Vliet: A Celebration of Paper, Brattleboro Museum & Art Center, Vermont, ; Claire Van Vliet and the Janus Press: Celebrating Fifty Years, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., and The Grolier Club, New York City, ; The Janus Press (), The Janus Press, (), and Claire Van Vliet: Prints (), Robert Hull Fleming Museum at the University of Vermont.
Artist Claire Van Vliet's Northeast Kingdom skies started small. When she moved to a high plateau in Newark, Vt., on an unpaved mountain road, her initial efforts to capture the boundless skies. Claire Van Vliet, book artist extraordinaire and recipient of the MacArthur Genius grant, writes a book describing how a few of her and her colleague's artists' books were bound.
This book is not for the novice bookbinder. These directions on how to bind her books involving /5. Claire Van Vliet is a bookmaking magician. I've seen several of her original books in my University's special collections library and was so excited to be able to try some of the structures myself.
The instructions are very clear--that doesn't mean they are easy. But I didn't expect them to be easy. I'm looking forward to attempting a few more.5/5(3).
About Claire's Work. Claire Van Vliet is a graphic artist, a printmaker, a bookmaker, a papermaker, and the founder of the Janus Press in While her roots are in traditional typographic forms, Van Vliet has moved beyond the boundaries of standard book design through her free composition of text pages, her incorporation of pictorial material with text, and her innovations in book.
Claire Van Vliet (book design). (illustrator).  p. 18 plates. Most of the drawings include references to ancient, classical, and Renaissance art in contemporary settings, with the artist included as observer Statement by the artist.
Handsome production, designed by Claire Van Vliet book Van Vliet and printed at the Stinehour Press, Lunenburg, Vermont. Smith College Library, Mortimer Rare Book Room: “Claire Van Vliet is one of America’s preeminent artists of the book, having created some of the 20th-century’s most important fine editions.
For decades she has made Claire Van Vliet book contributions to and innovations in the fields of fine printing, papermaking, bookbinding and printmaking. Thoughts on Bookmaking by Claire Van Vliet of The Janus Press By Claire Van Vliet Posted MacArthur Award–winning book artist Claire Van Vliet founded the Janus Press in and over the course of more than six decades has created some of the most exceptional and innovative fine-press books in the field.
Green Fabriano wrappers over card, printed in grey, large square 12mo., (20) pages + six color relief prints cut from the original linoleum blocks by Claire Van Vliet. Of copies printed, this is one of 20 hors commerce copies printed from Optima types in black, vermillion and sap green on Okawara paper, bound by hand at the Janus Press, and.
Claire Van Vliet. Claire Van Vliet is widely recognized as a master printmaker and has won numerous awards including election to the National Academy, two Honorary Doctorates of F. In The Tower of Babel: An Anthology,Claire Van Vliet (American, born Canada, b.
) observes the human condition by examining the origin of language. This unbound book of seventeen lithographs and one woodcut – on display for the first time – is shown alongside two prints by Käthe Kollwitz (), whose expressive prints.
Woven and Interlocking Book Structures Claire Van Vliet and Elizabeth Steiner, Woven Claire Van Vliet book Interlocking Book Structures (Newark, Vermont: The Janus Press, ). Number 13 of two hundred copies signed by Claire Van Vliet.
Four slipcases containing 16 book models are enclosed with the. Biography Claire Van Vliet is a printmaker and book artist who has been honored with a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Prize Fellowship and an Ingram Merrill Foundation Award. Her work is in the collections of the Library of Congress and National Gallery in Washington, DC, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in Montreal, Canada, and Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England.
Woven and Interlocking Book Structures Claire Van Vliet and Elizabeth Steiner, Woven and Interlocking Book Structures (Newark, Vermont: The Janus Press, ). Number 13 of two hundred copies signed by Claire Van Vliet.
Four slipcases containing 16 book models are enclosed with the book in a cloth-covered clamshell box. The binding models are: A —. Claire Van Vliet ( -) Claire Van Vliet is the proprietor of the Janus Press, founded in and located in Newark, Vermont, since Janus' publications -- books, pamphlets, and broadsides -- number approximately A literary text is, for a book artist, like a score for a musician or a script for an actor: a basis on which to construct an artistic performance.
Book artist Claire Van Vliet has, at her Janus Press, constructed dazzling broadsides and artist books based on poetry by, among others, Hayden Carruth, Galway Kinnell, and Margaret Kaufman.
These works test or ignore boundaries between Author: James D. Sullivan. Claire Van Vliet is one of the most admired and inﬂuential book artists in the U. S., and Batterers is one of her most remarkable creations—a good place to start.
Ever since she started Janus Press inClaire Van Vliet (Fine) has been one of the mostAuthor: James D.
Sullivan. Artist, printmaker and publisher Claire Van Vliet presented the Ettinger Book Artist Lecture on Saturday, Octo at 2 p.m. Van Vliet, whose many honors include a MacArthur Fellowship, is the proprietor of the Janus Press, located in Newark. Book structure and box designed by Claire Van Vliet.
Three overlapping sections of accordion-fold paperwork landscape collage with five varying and irregular-sized text pamphlets sewn into each of five openings.
The book can be stood in a line or in a star-circle. In Black and White: Landscape Prints [Claire Van Vliet] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This catalogue was published on the occasion of the exhibition In Black and White: Landscape Prints by Claire Van Vliet.
"I rediscovered this book (Woven and Interlocking Book Structures by Claire Van Vliet) on my shelf a few weeks ago when I hit my limit on Zoom meetings and was desperate to return to doing some. This exhibition brings together a selection of vitreographs by Claire Van Vliet, a renowned printmaker and book artist.
The landscapes on view, printed at Harvey Littleton Studios in Spruce Pine, NC between anddepict dramatic rock formations from New. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
"In Black and White: Landscape Prints by Claire Van Vliet": January MaBates College Museum of Art, Lewison, Maine, United States. "In Black and White: Landscape Prints by Claire Van Vliet": April-May,North Dakota Museum of Art, Grand Forks, North Dakota, United States.
"In Black and White: Landscape Prints by Claire. "Planned by Claire Van Vliet at the Janus Press"--Colophon. Limited ed. of 2, copies, signed by the designer/illustrator.
Newman & Wiche. Great and good books, Limited Editions Club. Bibliography of the fine books published by the Limited Editions Club,no. LC copy has prospectus laid in (no.Sept. of the Monthly letter of the Limited Editions Club).
The Fireproof Floors of Witley Court by James Schuyler was published in by the Janus ed and printed by artist-publisher Claire Van Vliet in Newark, Vermont, in a run of copies, this finely made chapbook is perhaps the scarcest publication in Schuyler’s oeuvre.
Claire Van Vliet is the owner of founded in located, sincein Newark, Vermont. Janus Press has to date produced approximately publications — books, pamphlets, and broadsides- many of them designed, illustrated, type-set, printed (sometimes on paper made by the artist), and bound by Van Vliet herself in a well-equipped studio, printshop, bindery of her own design.
Claire Van Vliet is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Claire Van Vliet and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and tion: Owner. Claire Van Vliet is the proprietor of the Janus Press, founded in and located in Newark, Vermont, since Janus' publications -- books, pamphlets, and broadsides -- number approximately Many have been designed, illustrated, type-set, printed (sometimes on paper made by the artist), and bound by Van Vliet in a well-equipped studio.
Claire Van Vliet is a printmaker and book artist who has been honored with a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Prize Fellowship and an Ingram Merrill Foundation Award. She was educated at San Diego State University in California where she received a Bachelor of Arts and at Claremont College Graduate School where she was awarded a.
Item #CNJL Claire Van Vliet (b. ), the artist for this book, is also the founder of The Janus Press, which she started in San Diego in Van Vliet chose "Janus" as the name for her Press based on the ancient Roman god Janus, who looked both forward and backward and therefore stood for balance.
Claire van Vliet is a Canadian Postwar & Contemporary artist who was born in Their work was featured in several exhibitions at key galleries and museums, including the Racine Art Museum and the Bates College, Museum of van Vliet's work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging from $15 USD to $ USD, depending on the size and medium of the artwork.
Van Vliet's untiring energy is evident in all of her work but especially in her edition of Kafka's The Country Doctor and her printing of The Circus of Doctor Lao.
In Claire Van Vliet was given an achievement and creativity award by the MacArthur Foundation. Claire Van Vliet made the pulp paintings with Katie MacGregor in Whiting, Me.
who also made the colored sheets and covers. The other papers are Twinrocker Lilac Wind & Barcham Green RWS, Nefertiti, Renaissance IV and Dover; the popups were executed by Audrey Holden, the chemise & slipcase by Judi Conant & Mary Richardson in Maidstone, Vermont.
Special Collections is home to a large number of artists' books, including the three-dimensional work (pictured above) published by Claire Van Vliet, proprietor of Vermont's Janus Press. Van Vliet, who once taught at UVM, created the book's images and designs; the poem is by Rita Dove, Commonwealth Professor of English at the University of.
Van Vliet will have some of the Janus Press books for attendees to look at. “Claire Van Vliet’s distinguished career in the books arts reflects perfectly the broader spirit of the Cary Collection and the ways our library honors all aspects of book production,” said.
Woven and Interlocking Book Structures from the Janus, Steiner, and Gefn Presses. Van Vliet, Claire and Elizabeth Steiner. Vermont: Janus Press, 7 1/2 x pages. Wraps. Accompanied by 16 booklets demonstrating the binding structures employed in 16 Janus Press books.
These 4 x 5 booklets, using various colored papers & tyvek, are. West Burke, Vermont: The Janus Press, Van Vliet, Claire.
Limited Edition. Folio. Folio - over 12 - 15 tall. 24 p. Signed by Artist. Fine. Item #CNJL Limited edition of copies, this no. 48, SIGNED BY CLAIRE VAN VLIET. Note this work is presented as unbound sheets, with the lithographs printed on the same paper as the text.
Claire Van. En omdat ik niet kon stoppen, probeerde ik nog een model uit uit het boek van Claire Van Vliet. Deze heet Gioia II. Deze keer met katernen, i.p.v. aparte blaadjes en de katernen zijn weer 4 zwart-witte weefstroken gebruikt Because I'm getting the hang of it and couldn't stop, I made another model from the Claire Van Vliet book.
(Claire van Vliet) Miniature by Janus Press: Eat Book By Katharine Meynell Edition of Photo offset images in sepia of various foods and eating utensils. Hand lettered printed offset as well. Bound in split boards with vellum spine. Wrapped in a linen napkin.
Boards plastered with acrylic and wrapped in a rumpled linen napkin. 26 pages. Overview: This exhibition celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the Janus Press, founded by Claire van Vliet, by showcasing a selection of their books from the National Gallery of Art Library's artists' book collection.
Many of the Janus Press books were generous gifts of Patricia G. England. A more extensive version of this exhibition was installed at the Grolier Club in New York City from. In an amazing act of generosity towards the book arts community, Claire Van Vliet and Elizabeth Steiner have made their book Woven and Interlocking Book Structures available for free at the Internet Archive.
The book was published in and is sadly out of print. I am so thankful I have a copy (it’s seriously awesome). It contains 16 different book structures, none of which require Written: Claire Van Vliet's handmade Gospel of Mary, brought to you by Janus Press and Kingdom Books ().