Lear House: Walking and the Built Land Settlement

Over 2 months I walked the settlement along its boundaries,  reading and rereading Walking , “to regard man (us) as an inhabitant, or a part and parcel of Nature, rather than a member of society”.  I knew this house and Nettle’s steps and with this- try to remember.

Archival ink-jet printed photographs on Somerset Book taken while living in the Penland School of Craft Lear House during the Spring 2016 Books and Paper Concentration.

Bound in handmade wisteria paper, found linens and unraveled threads.

Edition of 1.

$325.00

Christopher Davenport

Pocket Knife Press, 2016

20% of the sale of this book will go to the Penland Scholarship Fund.

 

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