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Nancy Trottier, Trottier Calligraphy Studio & Ducks In A Row Press

Nancy Trottier is an internationally recognized calligraphy and book arts instructor. Her under-graduate career was spent at St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa, where she studied with the world-renowned Calligrapher and Paleographer, The Reverend Edward Michael Catich, before his death in 1979. Trottier’s graduate work is in the history of art, specifically the history of early French printed books of hours. Her academic work involves codicology for manuscripts and early printed books. She is a former Newberry Library Consortium Fellow, served on the Board of Directors for The Museum of Printing in North Andover, MA (www.museumofprinting.org), and is a member of the CORE faculty for The CATFISH Letter Arts School, a working division of The Art Legacy League in Iowa (www.artlegacyleague.org). Her work is contained in national and international private and public collections. Trottier is also an active member of the CSO,
(The Calligraphy Society of Ottawa), CBBAG, (The Canadian Book Binders & Book Artists’ Guild) and publishes a regular creative blog on her website, www.ducksinarowpress.com. Trottier, lives in Deep River with her husband, The Reverend François Trottier, Rector for St. Barnabas Anglican Church.

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