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  • Serigraphs by Michael Halldorson
    00 Prices are for unframed prints only Shipping is 12 00 additionally All sales are final Prices are in U S funds and may be paid by check money order or PayPal Main Artist Prints Order Links Contact Content and

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  • Etchings by Michael Halldorson
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  • Etchings by Michael Halldorson
    Prices are for unframed prints only Shipping is 12 00 additionally All sales are final Prices are in U S funds and may be paid by check money order or PayPal Main Artist Prints Order Links Contact Content and images

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  • Etchings by Michael Halldorson
    250 00 Prices are for unframed prints only Shipping is 12 00 additionally All sales are final Prices are in U S funds and may be paid by check money order or PayPal Main Artist Prints Order Links Contact Content

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  • Etchings by Michael Halldorson
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  • Michael Halldorson - My Time With M.C. Escher
    the print was perfect he was quick to point to one line that did not meet up perfectly with its counterpart on the block Each block was a third of a circle 120 degrees They were printed by rotating the inked block 120 degrees to connect with the previously printed one In the middle of the print was a pin hole which he used to rotate the blocks There were three blocks one for each color That is nine separate printings You would almost need a magnifying glass to see the imperfection To Escher it was a glaring mistake I asked Escher if I could give him my print He had to decline my offer with the explanation that he was being relocated to what I understood was some kind of an artist s residence He further told me that he could not take all of his possessions let alone my print My print is shown laying in the foreground of one of the four photographs I took in his studio Escher at his writing desk That s my print on his desk in the foreground To this day I do not know why I only took four pictures and regret not having his wife take my picture with him or more pictures around the studio or even of his neighborhood Memories diminish over time but it seems that his home was red brick on a tree lined street with lots of shade To me it was something out of Father Knows Best When he stated that he was sorry that he could not accept my print he also said that he was very sorry that he could not give me one of his prints as they were not his to give they were treasures of the state Don t

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  • Michael Halldorson - My Time With Janet Turner
    rounded motion as I worked on my print Pollution I She talked slowly and I listened about printmaking processes and about her never marrying etc She could talk on any subject in depth with an incredible knowledge of the facts I was her teaching assistant at this time and was teaching a class in beginning printmaking That as a wondrous time I really enjoyed helping students advance in the art form that I loved and still do When teaching demonstrating printmaking techniques or casual conversation Janet would talk mostly in monotone Occasionally she would interject a little zinger and wait for a reaction A wry little smile was not far away I miss that To this day I assist students in the print room at Chico State as a volunteer employee of the University I have a large locker for supplies and tools I share with students my knowledge and supplies this brings me great joy But I digress back to Janet She was collecting prints from all over the world so that her students could see what was going on in the world of printmaking without having to go to New York Los Angeles or San Francisco She could appreciate many styles of prints I on the other hand was narrower in what I could appreciate I remember one print in particular that she purchased it was a piece of torn paper that had been sewed with a needle and thread well that just offended my sensibilities How could I have been so narrow Janet used straight pins to display her prints on movable bulletin boards in the print room Many times she would come in after a weekend and find an open space where matted prints had been Later the University would install glass cases to house her

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  • Michael Halldorson - My Time With Marion Austin Epting
    me a chance and much encouragement I will be forever grateful to Marion for letting me assist him with the night class Another thing I love about having Marion as a friend and a mentor is having had and continuing to have numerous conversations with him concerning a wide range of topics I have found him to be a man of incredible intelligence and vast knowledge of many things He does not talk fast he takes his time chooses his works wisely and communicates his wisdom accurately and succinctly I really like using many of his quotes while working with students One that sticks out is why are we artists We are artists because we don t want to die we want to live on through our work That one is fun to watch the reaction when quoted Another is art is anything you can get away with Yikes And a favorite of mine is kill the artist meaning stop working on your print before you over work it and screw it up Being is more akin to energy than it is to matter is another quote from Marion which gives one to pause One theme that seems to permeate

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