Thursday, July 9, 2015

Resolution, Oh Seven

Minnesota Center for Book Arts
Summer of 2015

I've been working daily at the center and experimenting with silkscreen and type. 
Today I just completed an edition of 5 unique books. 
Mediums include: ink, acrylic, graphite, and color pencil. 

The poem is by my husband, Carter Clapsadle. 
We're working on another book that will be printed soon.

Resolution, Oh Seven

Text‭: ‬Screen printed in Rockwell bold 30/32
Size‭: ‬accordion—closed 5.5‭"‬‭ ‬x 9‭", ‬extends to 88‭" ‬
Mediums‭: ‬graphite‭, ‬color pencil‭, ‬acrylic‭, ‬and ink
Signed by both artists‭. ‬Deluxe Edition of 5‭ ‬unique books
email‭: ‬

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Wednesday, April 8, 2015


There is no difference
         between a
                    shattered wing and a burning strip of lace

Like them, love:
translate faraway lands
that we have never left.

Artist: Julie Baugnet
Printed Images: Lin Lacy
Poetry: Felip Costaglioli

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

In Love We Trust

Painter/Book Artist: Julie Baugnet
Poet: Felip Castaglioli

Printing by Super Session Press
Medium: Oil on Rives BFK
Typography: Adobe Garamond

7.5" x  5" (closed)
17.5" x 5" (opened)

Edition of 3  $425.00 each  
Bilingual—English and French, see poem below.

Your hand is in my hand
like a long knife of grass  

and what can’t be compared
we’ll keep under our nails

I am working with gauze
and you    vanishing wound

Fleeing will be my home
trembling fortress at once

and stubborn prisoner:   
a well   chapel   a barn

I’m the top of the page
the folding of the sky

corner of your table
where nothing and no one

nothing can be written
well  still I    have my shadow

at once trembling fortress
and stubborn prisoner

for one no longer knows
which one will be the face

the face of emptiness
and the face of the whole

but one knows the shiver
and the burning caress

caress of the other
there lies my beautiful 


trembling faith 

in you.

Monday, July 28, 2014

Monday, February 3, 2014

What You Have Taken

Julie Baugnet
Poetry by Felip Castaglioli
Mixed Media
Oil on Rives BFK paper
9" x 7"

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Here's a broadside to commemorate the passing of another great summer. 

to the 

Painting: Julie Baugnet
Poetry: Felip Costaglioli 
size: 6" x 14"
unique edition
image: oil painting
text: lithography

to the

I wish 
to celebrate
so many so many of them

oh beautiful
and past summers

and still wish 
to embrace 

how vibrant 
this one is

although softly dying 

and sing

the many ones with you to come

But maybe  should I decide 

once    once and for all 

that our summers never die

No they make us

° since each year
with them we are reborn

they make us  
a little eternal.