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 […]
She rejoices in illusion. Whoso destroys it in himself and others, him she punishes with the sternest tyranny. Whoso follows her in faith, him she takes as a child to her bosom. from Goethe’s Nature.
Photographs from the Gulf of Mexico taken near the site of the BP Horizon spill- feeding migratory seabirds.
Archival Pigment Printed Color and B&W Photographs on Somerset Book. Letterpress printed Somerset Book cover. Handbound.
Printed at the Penland School of Craft while instructing the 2016 Spring Books & Paper Concentration.
Edition of 1
*10% from the sale of this book will go to The Nature Conservancy’s oyster bed restoration program in Alabama.
Beginning in January 2014 I set out to document the time I spent in wilderness over the
year as act of ecological reconnection and to mark the 50th anniversary of the passing of the
Twelve Days is the record of that time.
Repetition and image/text variant as phenomenological events equal to moments unreasoned and discovered. Cover is contemporary media chatter: August, 2013, and photographs from the Keewanaw Peninsula: 47.2836° N, 88.3869° W. Based on concepts of wunder vs. belief. Offset lithography on Arches text wove and French Paper wrapper. Letterpress printed handmade slip sleeve paper from reclaimed linen. Edition of 25. $115.00 […]
Public in private space, sacred in profane, backyard and front doors, and engendered hospitality. Offset printed photographs from film negatives on Crane Lettra. Edition of 15 $120.00 Christopher Davenport Pocket Knife Press. 2014