Woodcut Prints by Olive Nordby Card Set
The daughter of Norwegian immigrants to Minnesota, Olive Nordby has enjoyed a long career as both artist and philanthropist. Her sensitive woodcuts have gained a wide following and national recognition, winning many awards at juried exhibitions. Majoring in art at St. Olaf College, Nordby did post-graduate work at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the St. Paul School of Art, and studied printmaking at the Madison Vocational and Technical School in Madison, Wisconsin.
Olive created a number of woodcuts depicting Vesterheim buildings. Included in this set are the museum's Bethania Church and Egge-Koren House. Blank inside. Two designs/eight cards/eight envelopes.