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Timothy Ely began to make books in tandem with paintings and prints in the mid-70’s. He studied book binding with some of the world’s most well-known practitioners, honing his ideas for his visual stories and the book format. His love for the materials themselves combines with the use of ciphers and diagrams to create books that are a different kind of mystery.

First Broadcast: 2001
Producer: Jessica Martin

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Columbia River Chapter of American Marquetry Society; Portland Guitar Duo; Timothy Ely

Oregon Art Beat: Episode #830
Original Broadcast: May 24, 2007