Graham Blair is a printmaker and designer based in St. John’s, Newfoundland. His woodcut prints are created using techniques based on the earliest methods of printmaking. Each edition begins with an original design hand-carved onto a maple block using a combination of knives and gouges.
When the block is finished, each impression is hand-printed by rolling ink onto the surface of the woodblock, laying down the paper, then burnishing the reverse until the image is transferred. The papers used are the finest Japanese washi, handmade from renewable plant fibres.
Roxanne Pitcher is an emerging ceramics artist in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Come see Roxanne’s one-of-a-kind creations in person at Quidi…
Charming children’s wear and soft textiles.
For as long as I can remember, I have been making things with my hands. I grew up surrounded by…
The Quidi Vidi Village Plantation is a craft incubation facility, designed to accelerate the growth of emerging artists and their businesses.
Each of the craftspeople who lease studios in the Plantation have passed through a rigorous selection process, and must participate in an extensive training regime.
We welcome the public to come and watch these craftspeople work, and to support them by purchasing some of their fine craft items.
See what the Quidi Vidi Village Plantation has to offer!
Looking for studio space? Fill out one of our applications to apply for a studio at the Quidi Vidi Village Plantation.Applications
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