- Discovering Shakespeare – Discovering Shakespeare on Mapping Shakespeare’s Tragedies: King Lear, Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello
- Karima Alavi on Ten Variations on a Theme
- Julie Wagner on Mapping Shakespeare’s Tragedies: King Lear, Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello
- Robin Lieske on Mapping Shakespeare’s Tragedies: King Lear, Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello
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Category Archives: Artists’ Books
These are the pages of my book Mapping Shakespeare’s Tragedies: King Lear, Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello, which was included in the show, The Book’s the Thing: Shakespeare from Stage to Page, at the New Mexico History Museum from February 5 to … Continue reading
I will be showing two books in the Exhibition of Handmade Artists Books at the New Mexico Capitol Rotunda Gallery in Santa Fe. The opening reception will be Friday, September 18, from 4-6 pm, and the show will run through … Continue reading
Yesterday I installed one of my working journals in the “Book of the Month” case at the Taos Community Auditorium in Taos, NM. I make my own journals so I can create the size I want, with the paper I … Continue reading
I am so pleased my book “House of Cards: Plaza Blanca” was chosen to be the Book of the Month, to be displayed in the Taos Community Auditorium, September 29-November 20, 2014. The Book of the Month is a collaboration … Continue reading
The back of the finished book. Pulling “Rio Chama Water Log” from the river Yesterday I went to Abiquiu and fished my water log of the Rio Chama out of the river. It had been soaking in the water for about … Continue reading
The opening of the show was May 7, 2011. It was wonderful to see so many old friends and to meet new ones. Lots of time spent catching up and swapping ideas.
One-of-a-kind accordion book. Ink, watercolor and hand-carved rubber stamps on suminagashi paper. H. 5″ W. 6″ 48″ open.
One-of-a-kind accordion book. Ink and watercolor on suminagashi paper. H. 4 1/8″ W. 6″ 48″ open. The map traces the Rio Grande through Arroyo Hondo, north of Taos.
One-of-a-kind accordion book. Watercolor and ink on suminagashi paper. H. 4 5/8″ W. 6″ 48″ open. The map traces the Rio Grande from north of Taos to south of Taos. The petroglyphs are found in northern New Mexico and refer … Continue reading
One-of-a-kind accordion book. Watercolor and ink on suminagashi paper. H. 4″ W. 6″ 48″ open. The map traces the Rio Grande from Taos, NM to Embudo, NM.