Woodcut Boxed Notecards


Princeton Architectural Press has turned [Bryan Nash] Gill's images into a lovely set of 12 notecards and envelopes." - T: The New York Times Style Magazine

If there is, indeed, nothing lovelier than a tree, artist Bryan Nash Gill shows us why in this soothing collection of twelve blank notecards with accompanying envelopes, based on his popular book, Woodcut.
The arboreal rings come to life in exquisite detail on each card, revealing the beauty and power within each tree. The sturdy cardstock and keepsake box with removable bellyband ensure that each personal note will make it to their intended recipients as pristinely as when they were writtenContributor Bio

Connecticut artist Bryan Nash Gill garnered impressive reviews of his book, Woodcut, in advance of the formal pub date, one month ago in April of this year. This wide-ranging coverage has prompted fresh inquiry into the artist's pieces despite having been consistently and actively making work for the past decade.

Bryan Nash Gill was born and raised in the same rural, north western corner of Connecticut were he works as an artist today. His sculptures and drawings are heavily influenced by the New England countryside but also by geographical regions as diverse as Carrara, Italy, New Orleans, and northern California where he has lived and worked.

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  • Chronicle Books
  • Spring 2013
  • Notecards | 5.85 x 7.1
  • 12 full color assorted cards and kraft envelopes (6 designs repeating twice)
  • 9781616891473