Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Red-flannel hash and shoo-fly pie


These are some of the illustrations I created before I started making my own picture books using tissue paper collage. An early assignment from my editor Ann Beneduce was to illustrate a cookbook, Red-flannel hash and shoo-fly pie. I was so eager to please that I came in with many more linoleum cut illustrations than she needed. But she liked them. And so began our long term relationship as editor and illustrator, writer and friend. I hope you will enjoy these linocuts. Linocuts are similar to woodcuts but are made with linoleum blocks rather than wood blocks. You might also be interested in visiting
The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art during the exhibit of the artrist Antonio Frasconi's woodcuts.

6 comments:

eileen c said...

I'd visit the museum every week if I lived closer. I love it there.

Our Teacher said...

I love your work and use in my classroom. I even had the Eric Carle Diary and sadly can't find a 2010. Is there one made? lydiaralph@hotmail.com

Verde que te quiero verde... said...

So happy to discover your blog! I could read your books again and again...My students love them too;-)

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Teddi said...

thanks for being such an artistic inspiration and good writer! i adore your work :)

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