A Recent Commission

January 2014- Contre Coup Press has just published a fine press edition of The Man Who Corrupted Hadleyburg by Mark Twain with engravings by Abigail Rorer. Contre Coup PressTimothy Hawley BooksP.O. Box 5277Louisville, KY

A Work in Progress

The Lone Oak Press is currently working on a new book entitled Not So Long Ago which will be published in 2016. It is an account of how we humans, in a short space of time brought about the extinction of three species: the Dodo, the Passenger Pigeon, and the Gastric Brooding Frog, and nearly …

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A New Book Fair

The Lone Oak Press will be exhibiting at the firstManhattan Fine Press Book FairApril 5-6, 2014 in theAltman Building135 West 18th StreetNew York,

Great Impressions

Abigail Rorer will be serving as the juror and exhibiting prints in the“Great Impressions” Printmakers’ Juried Exhibition being held February 26-March 16, 2014 atThe Cultural Center of Cape Cod307 Old Main StreetSouth Yarmouth, MA

A Wood Engravers Menagerie

Two of Abigail Rorer’s prints are included in the show “A Wood Engravers Menagerie” being held January 10-February 15, 2014 in the gallery atZygote Press, Inc.1410 E. 30th StreetCleveland, Ohio

International Wood Engraving Invitational

Abigail Rorer’s engravings are included in the two part wood engraving invitational at theDavidson Galleries313 Occidental Avenue southSeattle, WA 2013 through January 2014 Davidson Galleries is excited to present over 150 antique and contemporary wood engravings from around the world. This invitational exhibition will show contemporary work from more than 50 such artists working …

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The Society of Wood Engravers 76th Annual Exhibition

Three of Abigail Rorer’s engravings have been accepted into the UK Society’s Annual exhibition which is traveling to galleries throughout the UK from September 12, 2013 until the summer of 2014. For venues and images from the show go to

An Award

The Lone Oak Press book King of the Alps was awarded the Birgit Skiold Memorial Trust Award at the London Art Book Fair held at the Whitechapel Gallery, London, on September 13-15, 2013. This is a purchase prize award and the book goes into the National Art Library at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.