Judy Detrick is a calligrapher/designer living on the Mendocino coast of Northern California. She taught calligraphy and graphic design at College of the Redwoods on the Mendocino coast for more than 25 years, and developed the Graphic Arts Certificate Program there. Her work can be found in several anthologies of calligraphy and graphic design, and she is represented in the Harrison Collection of Calligraphy and Lettering at the San Francisco Public Library. A parallel interest of hers is letterpress printing, and under the imprint of the Attic Press, she has produced several limited edition books and a wide collection of ephemera. She teaches regularly at the San Francisco Center for the Book, for the Friends of Calligraphy, and at other venues throughout California.
The Attic Press has produced limited editions of the following titles:
Impressions of the Eel River, by William Lemos
13 Haiku, by Ruth Weiss
La Corona, by Luigi Pirandello
How the Camel Got His Hump, by Rudyard Kipling
How the Rhinoceros Got His Skin, by Rudyard Kipling
The Sing Song of Old Man Kangaroo, by Rudyard Kipling
Childe Harry's Pilgrimage, by Philip Brown
Amos Decker, by William Harger
King Camp Gillette, by Judy Detrick
Due to be released April 19, 2016, Judy has authored a beginner's guide to italic calligraphy. Presented as simply as possible with clear instructions, project ideas, and examples for inspiration. Pre-order from Penguin Random House. See below for scheduled book signing events.
Thursdays / On-going / Calligraphy Study Group / Pacific Textile Arts / Fort Bragg
Tuesdays / June 14–August 9 / Putting Your Book into Printable Form / Mendocino-Fort Bragg Publishing Club • Mendocino
Monday–Friday / September 19–23 / Bookbinding / Hen House Bookbindery • Fort Bragg
Inquiries and comments are welcome. Contact Judy Detrick.
Copyright 2014–16 • Judy Detrick