Bill Myers is a book artist primarily working in wood engraving, woodcut, letterpress, and printing from found objects. He is a founding member of the Wood Engravers Network. His work has shown at the Myles Reif Performing Arts Center, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Wood Engravers Network traveling exhibits, and a solo show at the Heritage Center in St. Peter, MN. Three of his engravings appear in Simon Brett’s An Engraver’s Globe: Wood Engraving World-Wide in the Twenty-First Century, and six appear in Stardust and Fate: The Blueroad Reader. Myers retired from teaching philosophy at St. Catherine University in 2012. He lives in St. Paul and has a year-round cabin near Grand Marais.
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