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This limited edition giclee print was made to commemorate Ruminate's 40th anniversary. Each print is hand-signed and numbered by the artist and includes a certificate of authenticity. The materials used are waterproof, archival inks and acid-free archival 100% cotton rag paper. This print measures 11 x 14 inches.
About the artist: Sandra Hopkins is a fiber artist who lives in Northern Colorado. Ten years ago she began processing and ultimately healing from personal trauma. During this time she put up her paintbrushes and pulled down her grandmother's sewing machine. As she sewed, she was unable to throw out scraps and remnants of fabric, hoping to find a way to not waste anything. Those remnants held histories and symbolized people in their perceived raggedness. In her Quilts, Sandra reclaims scraps and quilts them together restoring and witnessing to wholeness, or holiness, revealed in disconnected, ordinary histories.
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Letterpress Broadside of the 2020 Ruminate Broadside Poetry Prize winning poem, "Gladiolus" by Michael Dechane. This poem was selected by our judge Kristin George Bagdanov, who writes, "This poem is...View full product details
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Letterpress broadside of the 2011 Janet B. McCabe Poetry Prize winning poem, "In Bridgewater, my room" by Adrianne Smith. This poem was selected as the...View full product details
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Letterpress print featuring one of our favorite prayers or mantras, "Always we begin again." This phrase often attributed to St. Benedict is a gentle reminder of...View full product details
This limited-edition giclee print was made to commemorate Ruminate's 40th issue. Each print is hand-signed and numbered by the artist and includes a certificate of authenticity....View full product details