We had a very enjoyable Brush Romans workshop for the 30th annual Letter Exchange Conference in Cambridge, England. The site was Eric Marland's lettercutting workshop, a deconsecrated Victorian chapel in the middle of a Cambridge cemetery containing memorials by Eric Gill, David Kindersley, Eric Marland, Tom Perkins, and many others. My thanks to for the hard work of Matt, Michelle, Jo, Jackie, Lara, Liz, Peter, and Heather who wielded the brush with the ease of a professiona
Paul has emailed additional photos from England. Tom Perkins, author of The Art of Letter Carving in Stone, stopped in to visit Paul's Brush Roman's Workshop at Eric Marland's Alphabet Museum this past week! It was a great opportunity for Paul and Tom to chat. Eric Marland, who owns the Alphabet Museum where Paul taught his Brush Roman's Workshop, took Paul on a tour of the cemetary stones. Here he is discussing a stone cut by Eric Gill.
Paul Herrera has been on the "other side of the pond" this past week attending and teaching at the XXX LETTER EXCHANGE CONFERENCE . He will post a blog update when he returns, but here are some photos! He led a Brush Roman's workshop in a decommissioned Anglican Chapel, which is now The Alphabet Museum, owned by Eric Marland . Later in the week he was able to present The Life and Times of Edward Catich Lecture for the conference. In addition he offered a Letter for Stone Wo