Master artisan and print-maker Holly Bird is working in the Arts & Crafts Revival, creating art through hands-on methods that haven’t changed for hundreds of years.
She worked on the cutting-edge of digital design as those techniques were developing. And storyboarded the classic movie “Caddyshack.”
Holly’s lifelong love of sailing and Florida’s waterways give her work a unique look in the Arts & Crafts Movement. She explains how homeowners renovating historic bungalows are keeping the work of skilled artisans in demand.
Holly is a Roycroft Renaissance Master Artisan-at-Large who practices her craft – and teaches it – at the Dunedin Fine Arts Center. Listen as she walks us through the fascinating process of creating woodblock prints and copper-plate etching.
Explore the work of Holly Bird at www.studioibis.com
The Roycrofters-at-Large Association – www.ralaweb.com
More on the Roycroft Campus in Aurora NY – roycroftcampuscorporation.com/index.php
Check out the many classes, art-making facilities and art exhibitions at the Dunedin Fine Arts Center – dfac.org
Arts In is produced by Matt and Sheila Cowley. Executive Producer, Barbara St. Clair for Creative Pinellas.