Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Eat Vancouver!

Well, maybe not literally!

Whether you're dining on a Granville Island patio or picnicking in Stanley Park, you're sure to enjoy some fine local food in Vancouver. Angelika put together another blog post, this time mainly about eating and drinking in the city. You can see it on the MBS Conclave Blog

Sunday, April 21, 2013

MBS Conclave XXX1- Destination Vancouver

AJ has written a new post about her experience visiting the Capilano Suspension Bridge, as part of our series of blogs about things to do in and around Vancouver. It's not for the faint-hearted - check it out now on this link www.dewaldenpress.com/mbs-vancouver-2013/the-capilano-suspension.html

Coming soon: Conclave Registration forms will soon be up on the MBS website, with programme info.  
It's a bit later than planned due to unavoidable delays.  

Friday, February 8, 2013

Storming Shakespeare

I've made a new page on my website here for my latest book, "Storming Shakespeare". Here is a preview picture:

MBS Conclave 2013 Dr Sun-Yat Sen Chinese Garden

Continuing our posts about places to see in Vancouver, our guest-blogger Angelika Jaeck, visited this garden on her last trip to Vancouver, by way of the MBS Conclave in Seattle.
Vancouver's Chinese Garden was the first authentic Chinese garden built outside of China and constructed 1985-86, read more ......

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Playing with Pastepaper

I never really imagined that I would have to decorate my own endpapers. I mean, there are lots of artists out there making squadillions of patterns, and you are bound to find what you want if you look. Aren’t you? Read more...

Sunday, December 9, 2012

The Delights of Granville Island - Conclave 2013

My guest blogger, Angelika Jaeck, visited Vancouver when the Conclave was held in Seattle. This is one of her favourite not-to-be-missed places. Read more

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Goldilocks and the "Storming Shakespeare" paper

The choice of paper is one of the most important when making a book. This time I needed a whiter paper, for letterpress, monotype and intaglio drypoint printmaking. Read more