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Artists Book Exhibit



>From: Tom Trusky <RENTRUSK@IDBSU.IDBSU.EDU>
>Subject:      Re: ExLibris breaks 1300
>
>1311 subscribers should know fifteen works by Oregon book
>artist Sandra Lopez are on display in an exhibition titled
>"Alternative Texts" in Gallery 2 of the Hemingway Western
>Studies Center 13 October-13 November.  Works include
>"Moth Book" (casebound in birchbark, with moth, resting
>in a nest of living moss), "Owl Book" (medieval soft case
>bound with whole rabbit fur), "Spider Book" (the artist
>imagined, then created the sort of book a spider would
>repose with in a cozy ((webbed, of course)) armchair by
>a fire with a plate of fresh fly), "Rain/Fall" (nine
>foot extended tabbed concertina binding with silver,
>white, and blue tabs of Japanese handmade papers) and
>the original limited letterpress edition of the accordion
>fold/incised "Clearcut," winner of the 1994 Hemingway
>Western Studies National Artists' & Eccentric Book
>Competition.  Pitch:  the HWSC edition is available
>in an offset, die cut, hand-folded version printed on
>and with politically correct papers and inks. 1,000
>copies.  $18.75 (includes shipping & handling).
>For orders, brief descriptive exhibition catalogue:
>Hemingway Center, 1910 University Drive, Boise, ID 83725.
>
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