Posts Tagged ‘ Allan Greenier ’

For Printmaker, Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing | New Haven Independent

Greenier’s block print of a pair of Chuck Taylor Converse has served as Westville’s Artwalk Festival logo for the last 3 years.

For Printmaker, Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing | New Haven Independent.

HaiKube™ No. 1 by Donna Fleischer & Allan Greenier Newly Published by Useful Knowledge Press

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a peony –

bull’s-eye of ants

within

– Donna Fleischer
   presence (UK)

HaiKube™ No. 1 is the first, in a projected set of nine haiku by Donna Fleischer, partnered with an original engraving by Allan Greenier. The publisher and editor of the useful knowledge press, New Haven, CT, Allan Greenier, selected nine poems to inspire  nine new engravings. The letterpress poem and engraving are imposed in a multi-faceted arrangement on Arches paper stock wrapping a lightweight cube composed of British paper Davey Boards. Each side measures  2 and  5/8 inches.

HaiKube™ No. 1 is $20.00. For ordering information please e-mail greenier.allan@gmail.com

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Relief Engraving Exhibition 2012 – Wood Engravers Network

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A History of Mini Comix Begins in Connecticut — An Interview with Allan Greenier / New Haven Advocate

 

 

A History of Mini Comix Begins in Connecticut – New Haven Advocate.

a gift from The Optics ∫∫ vocals, harmonica, guitar, drums, cello, and tuba

The Optics CD Cover

The Optics ∫∫ music sample gift

Allan Greenier / Lamb Line

Rick Berry Talks About Jeffrey Catherine Jones in Upcoming Film “Better Things”

from Rick Berry's Cabaret Butoh Series (photograph by Allan Greenier 2011)

Rick Berry on Jeffrey Catherine Jones in the Upcoming Film /”Better Things/”

Allan Greenier / “Tourists” (2010) Wood Engraving Block Print

tourists (wood block print by Allan Greenier (2010)

Allan Greenier: Woodcut Homage to Sneakers

 

 

Black and White by Allan Greenier

 

“I was admiring an Escher print (again) at the New Britain gallery and thinking ‘I need to find a subject matter that lends itself to being expressed in black and white.’ Then I looked down at my feet.” ~ Allan Greenier

Allan Greenier\’s new website Planet Xylo

Comics Artist & Musician Allan Greenier / ildy the cat

a wood block, hand carved and printed by Allan Greenier