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    Posted 2 months ago

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    Hello all . This comes out of a local estate. Does anyone recognize this artist signature ? Have not been able to find any info on this artist . Please let me know anything you may have come across .
    Thanks .
    Happy Thanksgiving!

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    1. kwqd kwqd, 2 months ago
      M. Judith Guyton

      Prints of woodcuts by M. Judith Guyton
      will be on display in the foyer of Magale
      Library, Centenary College, March 2-28.
      A reception honoring the artist, a native
      Shreveporcer, will be held Sunday, March 4,
      from 2 - 5pm in the library.

      Ms. Guyon, a graduate of the Kansas
      City Art Institue, also studied at the
      Cranbook Academy of Art in Bloomfield
      Hills, Mich. She is represented in many
      collections including those of Centenary
      College, the First National Bank of Shreve-
      port, Lomis and Nettleson of Dallas, and
      private collections throughtout the United
      States, France, Italy, and Greece. She
      has done major commissions for several
      firms including Hargrove, Guyton, and
      Ramey in Shreveport.

      Ms. Guyton has exhibited her works in
      Montgomery, Detroit, Providence, Memphis,
      Baton Rouge, Little Rock, Houston, and
      Shreveport, where she has won several
      awards and prizes.

      Her prints of woodcuts represent the
      oldest method of printing. They are made
      by cutting a plank of wood; inking the sur-
      face in relief and running through a press.
      The earliest wood cuts were printed by
      rubbing with a spoon-like instrument on
      the back of the paper.

    2. kwqd kwqd, 2 months ago
      Shreveporcer > Shreveport.
    3. jonhin, 2 months ago
      Thank you ,kwqd!
      Happy Thanksgiving .

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