This is a favorite of Myrna’s work. It is a composition of different names of flowers that correlate to each letter of the alphabet. This work was published in the book, Florilege.
A commissioned work made for the Carnegie Mellon University Music Departement. The word ‘Music’ was hand drawn by Myrna and then filled in.
Another stamp composition created by Myrna with carved out eraser stamps and ink
A playful piece myrna created out of a stamp hand-carved out of an eraser
A commissioned work of a “love letter” from a parent to a child.
A personal exercise of English Roundhand capitals. This piece was penned during the time that Myrna Rosen apprenticed under Arnold Bank.
This ‘Thank you’ letter is one of countless letters and envelopes Myrna was commissioned for, before she took even one calligraphy class. This invitation thanked attendees of her niece’s Bat Mitzvah. Myrna still has a unused package of these invitations.