To Those Who See

To Those Who See

Gwen Frostic / Feb 24, 2020

To Those Who See None

  • Title: To Those Who See
  • Author: Gwen Frostic
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About "Gwen Frostic"

      • Gwen Frostic

        Sara Gwendolen Frostic was born in Sandusky, Michigan to Sara and Fred Frostic When she was 8 months old she suffered from an unknown illness which left her with lifelong symptoms similar to cerebral palsy Despite physical difficulties Frostic showed an early interest and aptitude for art In June 1924 she graduated from Theodore Roosevelt High School in Wyandotte, where she was known for using a band saw to create event posters for her school She continued her studies at Eastern Michigan University earning her teacher s certificate and gaining membership in Alpha Sigma Tau sorority In 1926 she transferred to Western Michigan University and left in 1927 without completing her degree She continued her artistic endeavors in metal and plastic, while occasionally teaching, but with the war came a lack of metal to work with and she turned to linoleum block carving Frostic then turned her linoleum block carving into stationery goods and prints which led to her starting her own printing company, Presscraft Papers In the early 1950s Frostic opened up a shop selling her prints, books, and other items in Frankfort and in 1960 she bought 40 acres 160,000 m2 of land in Benzonia with the intention of moving her and her shop On April 26, 1964 her new shop was open for business and she lived there until her death in 2001 Over the years Gwen had been awarded honorary degrees from many colleges and universities In 1978 Michigan Governor William Milliken proclaimed May 23rd as Gwen Frostic Day in Michigan, and in 1986 she was inducted into the Michigan Woman s Hall of Fame Long before her death she wrote her epitaph Here lies one doubly blessed She was happy and she knew it gwenfrostic


    551 Comments

    1. An unexpected Christmas gift! If you can get your hands on this, do it. I am convinced it was crafted and written by faeries. I don’t know how else to describe it.


    2. And to think I picked up my first taste of poetry on a whim for a mere dollar at a book sale. Well that's a lie, I've been exposed to poetry throughout high school and have read the Iliad in my spare time. But with high school there was a need to analyze and the Iliad is something of a separate genre of poetry; epic poetry. This book introduced me to that of a more peaceful variety, one that makes me believe it's best read with nature surrounding you - be it in a forest or not. It reminds me of [...]


    3. I ask myself why have I not shared this small poetry book “To Those Who See” by Gwen Frostic with you, my readers? Simply put, it’s my most treasured book. And treasures are to be hidden, aren’t they?the winds blow freshness to our livesand stars seemclose enough to touch……A brief 33 pages, Gwen Frostic’s words and striking crafted Mid-century block-prints, offer a potent potion for those who seek to restore themselves while in the midst of the grieving process. It is also one of t [...]


    4. This is a beautiful book that I really enjoyed reading. I love the art prints and handmade papers. There are even a few pages of thin handmade paper that look like they have a pressed fern leaf or thin paper cut out of a butterfly captured in the fibers so you can see both sides and you can feel the stem of the fern leaf. Her words are so beautiful and at the same time spot on. It takes an artist to really see the beauty in nature and not just pass it by without noticing its beauty. She was a wo [...]


    5. Beautiful paper, lovely illustrations--a very creative book. I had misplaced my copy and acquired another one. The books vary with the inks and papers used, so I don't mind at all that I found my original and now have two! (The four stars are for artwork, paper, deckle edges, and presentation.)


    6. Growing up in Northern MI has me in love with this book. I bought it when it first came out and cherish it when I get homesick for Michigan. The art work is like no other and wish they would begin to print this book again. It would sell out immediately. It is hard to find one in perfect condition.


    7. A lovely designed poetry book about nature and the changes of the seasons. It looks like it was done on quality paper with creative print maker designs. Probably each one is unique if done on a print press like that. I can only wish there were more art prints included.




    8. the most sweet, stunning, poetic-ly crafted book i own - a gift from my darling amala this past birthday. beautiful.


    9. I love this book, it is beautifully done (each original is different) and the message in the words has inspired me for years. Everyone should read this once and many many more times after that.


    10. Probably one of my most treasured discoveries. Picked it up brand new (mint) at a second hand store for one dollar and immediately fell in love with it.



    11. The poems are nice some lovelier than others, but where the real beauty lies in the edition, the beautiful textured paper and the block prints. It's worth enough to look just for those reasons.


    12. This little book has lovely word images but it's the pages and illustrations that make it a true delight. If you like nature at all, take a few minutes and read this book.



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