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6099Re: [Marbling] Marbling Journals

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  • carylhanc@aol.com
    Jul 1, 2011
      Hi, Barb,

      If you are ever in Chicago, I know that the Newberry Library has a set of the Ink and Gall, courtesy of Milena Hughes.
      While that might not help much, you might try paper museums, or libraries in your area that might have such a special interest. Also, you might try the Denver Public Library (closer than Chicago) - I know they have a huge collection of books dealing with the paper arts.

      Best wishes!
      Caryl Hancock, Indianapolis

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      From: Barb <blskoog@...>
      To: Marbling@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Fri, Jul 1, 2011 3:02 pm
      Subject: [Marbling] Marbling Journals

      Hi Everyone,

      I'm a newbie to marbling with just a year under my belt (my initial learning was under Tom Leech). I have become addicted, of course, to the practice, but I am also finding the history, specifically recent history (the last 20 years or so) fascinating. I know there was the Ink & Gall marbling journal out there for a while and I'd love to read any of them. If anyone has any that they want to get rid of or would loan to me (I would happily return them to you in excellent condition), please let me know. Even if you can send me a photocopy or email a scanned version, I would really appreciate it. I also believe there was another journal at one point called Marblers Bath (or something like that) and would also be interested in reading that.

      Please contact me at blskoog@... if we can arrange something.

      One last thing: I live in Los Angeles. If you're a marbler in Southern California, feel free to contact me as well. I have my own marbling studio and I would really enjoy connecting with someone local, swapping stories, and sharing insights and learnings.

      Many thanks,

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