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Elsi Vassdal Ellis
Eve Press
Bellingham, WA

Elsi  Vassdal  Ellis   is an Artist Member of The Center for Book Arts.


Elsi Vassdal  Ellis's work was exhibited in
Threads: Interweaving Textu[r]al Meaning
 Organized by: Lois Morrison, Artist and Independent Curator; and Alexander Campos, Executive Director of The Center for Book Arts.
A stitch in Time
(2009) Hand and machine sewing, inkjet on fabric
Celebrating Artist Members: 30th Anniversary Members Exhibition
 Organized by Roni Gross, Artist.
The Cost of War
(2005) Letterpress, wood and lead type, photopolymer on Mohawk Superfine #100 cover, folio fold
2002 Artist Members' Juried Exhibition
Modest Hours: Abaya. Burqa. Chador. Hijab. No matter what you call it, it is all the same. You say we are fitna, chaos. If you are going to hide me, hide me in purple and I will be your reluctant B
(2001) urqa-Baby!; synthetic suede, eyelet cloth, leather, brass, Epson print
Coptic and Collage: Ancient Technique, Modern Application
 a survey of contemporary implementations of one of the first binding structures
Dear El Lissitzky
(1994) White offset cut-offs, black letraset for cover.
Inky Fingers
 works by small & fine presses
Selected Discourses Regarding War and Peace
(1993) A collection of quotes illustrated by Elsi Vassdal Ellis. Linoleum cuts, zinc cuts, letterpress with lead and wood type. Non-adhesive binding using a German Medieval chain stitch.

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