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  • George Walker

    Last Updated:08/28/17

    Book of Hours a wordless novel told with 99 wood engravings
    In the "Book of Hours," wood engraver George A. Walker creates a modern-day, secular devotional that captures in narrative imagery what is too devastating for words: the individual moments of innocence and routine life that ended with the onslaught of 9/11.
  • George Walker

    Last Updated:09/19/14

    Q & A - the Book of Hours
    Caroline Langill PhD interviews George Walker about the Book of Hours.
  • George Walker

    Last Updated:09/19/14

    Wood engraving: Book of Hours
    I created 99 wood engravings for the Book of Hours. The images are carved onto the end grain of Maple wood using engraving tools. The blocks range in size but are generally 2.75" x 4". You can view a flash version of the book here: http://www.george-walker.com/Book_of_Hours/Default.html You can see stills of all the images here...
  • George Walker

    Last Updated:09/19/14

    George Walker's Book of Hours: The Significance of a Decade Passed
    Rachel Anne Farquharson, Essayist and curator comments on the Book of Hours and 9/11 Original article here: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/rachel-anne-farquharson/george-walker-book-of-hours_b_957624.html
  • George Walker

    Last Updated:09/19/14

    wood engraving for the Book of Hours
    I created 99 wood engravings for the Book of Hours. The images are carved onto the end grain of Maple wood using engraving tools. The blocks range in size but are generally 2.75" x 4".