Myrna Rosen



  1. TAHS 1955 Class Reunion

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    Myrna created the invitations to her high school reunion of the class of 1955. Myrna uses a fun green background as negative space to define the modern roman capital letters of the school, TAHS.

  2. Kiss Me Kate

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    A man commissioned Myrna to write this shakespearian sonnet, Kiss Me Kate, as a present for his marriage proposal. The body of text is written in Secretary, the hand Myrna Rosen is most well known for.

  3. Blackletter exercise

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    While on a business trip with her husband, Myrna used the flip-side of the hotel desk drawer as an easel for this piece. Myrna crafted this with just a travel set of water colors and one nib. Her students are often reminded that they have to “play” to make beautiful work. Myrna, herself, claims she only ever gets to do this when she “leaves her house”.