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Inspired Results, Poets and Artists of Takoma Park, Maryland By Carol A. Beane et al.
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This volume contains creative collaborations of the 36 artists and poets who participated in the 2007 exhibition, "Inspired Results, Poets and Artists of Takoma, Park Maryland".
Considering Eden By Lisa Bloomfield & Paula Goldman
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This catalog was published in conjunction with the exhibition "Considering Eden" at the Annenberg Community Beach House Gallery, Santa Monica, in 2011. "...Whether approached as a real... More > site or an imaginary ideal, the topic of Eden opens up a wealth of possibilities for artists to follow in their work. Lisa Bloomfield, Jane Brucker, Paula Goldman, Katherine Huffaker Jones, and Bob Jones, all mid-career California artists, approach the ideas of Eden as both corporeal and spiritual, real and imagined. These artists understand that Eden always implies a mythic utopian paradise as well as its tragic loss... We search for Eden at the same time we mourn its loss.” – Damon Willick, from the Introduction “Considering Eden” Also included are writings of four Los Angeles writers whose work engages ideas of nature and fragility; Katharine Haake, Rod Val Moore, Dorothy Barresi, and Karen Kevorkian.< Less
Considering Eden By Lisa Bloomfield & Paula Goldman
Paperback: $15.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
This catalog was published in conjunction with the exhibition "Considering Eden" at the Annenberg Community Beach House Gallery, Santa Monica, in 2011. "...Whether approached as a real... More > site or an imaginary ideal, the topic of Eden opens up a wealth of possibilities for artists to follow in their work. Lisa Bloomfield, Jane Brucker, Paula Goldman, Katherine Huffaker Jones, and Bob Jones, all mid-career California artists, approach the ideas of Eden as both corporeal and spiritual, real and imagined. These artists understand that Eden always implies a mythic utopian paradise as well as its tragic loss... We search for Eden at the same time we mourn its loss.” – Damon Willick, from the Introduction “Considering Eden” Also included are writings of four Los Angeles writers whose work engages ideas of nature and fragility; Katharine Haake, Rod Val Moore, Dorothy Barresi, and Karen Kevorkian.< Less