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Imprint: Seattle, Chatwin Books, 2017
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Inscription: Signed by Author
Oversized Folio. "re-Branding" is a stunning collaboration between poet Jamaica Baldwin and artist Connie Fu. This is the first stand-alone publication of both author and artist and their first collaboration. Designed by Annie Brule, the broadside is issued in a limited edition signed by author and artist. Measuring 11 x 17 inches, it is printed on German etching paper. The edition will be limited to 226 copies. Jamaica Baldwin is a graduate of the MFA Program in Creative Writing at Pacific University Oregon and a 2017 Jack Straw Writer's Fellow. Her poetry has been published, or is forthcoming, in Rattle, Spiral Orb, Jack Straw Anthology, Hayden's Ferry, Third Coast Review and the Seattle Review of Books where she was the March 2017 poet in residence. She lives in Seattle and is currently working on her first book. Connie Fu is an artist from Detroit who works primarily in painting. After graduating with a degree in art history from Harvard University, she worked and showed in Seattle whilst expanding her visual vocabulary through forays into printmaking, ceramic sculpture, and mural work. Her interests lie in the experience of the body as lived-in space and object in the world, and the push/pull forces that constitute human relationships. She will be pursuing her MFA at Pratt Institute beginning in fall 2017. Annie Brulé is a typographer and designer of books, whose work appears in publications by the Smithsonian Institution, UCBerkeley, and the international GreenMap network, among others. She graduated Lewis & Clark College in studio art, and subsequently co-founded Chatwin Books publishing, where she holds the position of Design Director and most enjoys close collaborations with the artists and authors the company is privileged to work with.. Book Condition: New. Binding: Poster
Stock number:00532891. ISBN:163398057X
Bookseller's details and sales conditions: Arundel Books (Seattle)
$US 42.70
Imprint: Seattle, Chatwin Books, 2015
Edition: First Edition
Inscription: Signed By Photographer
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Brand new! Signed by photographer.. Illustr.: B/W Photographs. Book Condition: New. Binding: Paperback
Stock number:00519183. ISBN:1633980316
Bookseller's details and sales conditions: Arundel Books (Seattle)
$US 18.95
Imprint: Seattle, Chatwin Books, 2015
Edition: First Edition
Inscription: Signed By Photographer
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Brand new! Signed by photographer.. Illustr.: B/W Photographs. Book Condition: New. Binding: Paperback
Stock number:00519184. ISBN:1633980316
Bookseller's details and sales conditions: Arundel Books (Seattle)
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Imprint: Seattle, Chatwin Books, 2017
Edition: First Edition
Inscription: Signed by Artist
4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Signed by the artist. A comprehensive look at the life and work of Carl Montford, long considered the dean of Northwest wood engravers. With over 200 illustrations, this book includes a catalogue raisonné of his wood engravings with other selected relief prints, produced over Montford's nearly five decade career. Encompassing scenes of land and sea, with lyrical interpretations of flora and fauna, the work is rendered in brilliant and loving detail, and truly bring the texture and warmth of the artist's world to life. At once inviting and intimate, Montford's oeuvre will be a lasting joy for both newcomers and seasoned practitioners of printmaking. Introduced with an essay by Phil Bevis and Connie Fu, this title offers the first-ever retrospective presentation of Montford's work, including the artist's anecdotes to illuminate key pieces, and glimpses into the evolution of images on the block.. Illustr.: 200 b/w Illustrations. Book Condition: New. Binding: Paperback
Stock number:00530089. ISBN:1633980472
Bookseller's details and sales conditions: Arundel Books (Seattle)
$US 42.70
Imprint: Seattle, Chatwin Books, 2017
Edition: First Edition
Inscription: Signed by Artist
4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Signed by the artist. A comprehensive look at the life and work of Carl Montford, long considered the dean of Northwest wood engravers. With over 200 illustrations, this book includes a catalogue raisonné of his wood engravings with other selected relief prints, produced over Montford's nearly five decade career. Encompassing scenes of land and sea, with lyrical interpretations of flora and fauna, the work is rendered in brilliant and loving detail, and truly bring the texture and warmth of the artist's world to life. At once inviting and intimate, Montford's oeuvre will be a lasting joy for both newcomers and seasoned practitioners of printmaking. Introduced with an essay by Phil Bevis and Connie Fu, this title offers the first-ever retrospective presentation of Montford's work, including the artist's anecdotes to illuminate key pieces, and glimpses into the evolution of images on the block.. Illustr.: 200 b/w Illustrations. Book Condition: New. Binding: Paperback
Stock number:00530090. ISBN:1633980472
Bookseller's details and sales conditions: Arundel Books (Seattle)
$US 42.70
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