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Washington Calligraphers Guild

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Washington Calligraphers Guild

P.O. Box 3688

Merrifield, Virginia,22116

United States

Company Description

The Washington Calligraphers Guild is a thriving organization of more than 500 letter lovers of all skill levels, from professional scribes to enthusiastic beginners and even some non-calligraphers who appreciate the lettering and book arts. Founded in 1976 by...more

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Meet our members

www.calligraphersguild.org [cached]

The WCG entry, titled Baby Elephant Walk , took viewers on a "walk" through many of Washington's favorite neighborhoods and sites, whose names were lettered in a variety of styles and colors by WCG members Linda Levine, Marta Legeckis, and Pat Blair.


Scripsit, the Washington Calligraphers Guild journal

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Pens & Protocol: The Calligraphy of Official Washington, Volume 2 (Fall 2016) features the elegant work of: White House calligraphers Pat Blair, Debra Brown and Becky Larimer; Inauguration luncheon calligrapher Sammy Little; calligrapher to the Vice President Lee Ann Clark; State Department calligrapher Jen Nicholson; Interior Department awards by Marta Legeckis; as well as Mohamed Zakariya's presidential commission in Arabic and his Eid postage stamps for USPS; and stamps by Julian Waters, Jessica Hische and Michael Doret.
Titled Pens & Protocol: The Calligraphy of Official Washington, the Fall 2007/Winter 2008 issue (Vol.29 No.3/Vol.30 No.1) features the work of White House calligraphers Patricia Blair, Debra Brown and Rick Muffler, State Department calligrapher Jennifer Nicholson, and WCG members David Hobbs, Marta Legeckis, Sammy Little, Mary Lou O'Brian and Julian Waters, whose lettering for the federal government, Postal Service and Smithsonian Institution is integral to Official Washington. Marta Legeckis and Jane Coates each shared her perspective on a piece they created together called "Conversations."


Registration

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Contact Co-Directors Marta Legeckis and Pat Blair


Scripsit, the Washington Calligraphers Guild journal

www.calligraphersguild.org [cached]

Titled Pens & Protocol: The Calligraphy of Official Washington, the Fall 2007/Winter 2008 issue (Vol.29 No.3/Vol.30 No.1) features the work of White House calligraphers Patricia Blair, Debra Brown and Rick Muffler, State Department calligrapher Jennifer Nicholson, and WCG members David Hobbs, Marta Legeckis, Sammy Little, Mary Lou O'Brian and Julian Waters, whose lettering for the federal government, Postal Service and Smithsonian Institution is integral to Official Washington.
Marta Legeckis and Jane Coates each shared her perspective on a piece they created together called "Conversations."


Meet our members

www.calligraphersguild.org [cached]

The WCG entry, titled Baby Elephant Walk , took viewers on a "walk" through many of Washington's favorite neighborhoods and sites, whose names were lettered in a variety of styles and colors by WCG members Linda Levine, Marta Legeckis, and Pat Blair.


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