I am really honored to announce that the recent article by Ann Mitchell on her blog Thinking About Photography is a wonderful trifecta for me. Mitchell’s recent article focuses on Photographers who create artist books as part of their artistic practice. As you might notice in her cover photograph, above, she is including my artist book, The Flow of Light Brushes the Shadow.
The second part of the trifecta was an opportunity provided by Mitchell for me to curate six really diverse and interesting artist books that have been reviewed on PhotoBook Journal. The third aspect is that all six of the artist books featured in PhotoBook Journal were reviewed by me. As the editorial team of the PhotoBook Journal has been expanding, this has allowed me to focus an aspect of photographic publications that I find really fascinating; artist books.
This is the fourth article to feature my artist book The Flow of Light Brushes the Shadow and I just realized that it might be nice to have a reference spot for these; so that is my to-do list over the next few days. The recovery from my surgery earlier this week is progressing not as fast as I had expected; a lot of cat-naps each day that seems to reduce the amount of creative time available. LoL
The Flow of Light Brushes the Shadow, an artist book from Singular Images Press, Fall 2022 release, $60.00 (CA sales tax for those residing in the USA) plus shipping expenses. Message me firstname.lastname@example.org or singularimagespress@gmail for shipping details and PayPal invoice.
Note: The Artist Special Edition (book + extra print) is Sold Out.
New Workshop dates! Southeast Center for Photography (SEC4P): Creative PhotoBook workshop, a virtual event on Zoom; February 25, 26 & March 4 & 5th 2023; from 10am – 1 pm, EST (3 hour session each day, with a week between the weekend sessions to work your book-dummy).
Southeast Center for Photography (SEC4P): Creative PhotoBook workshop (Sold Out), a virtual event on Zoom; November 5 & 6 and 12 & 13, 2022, 10am – 1pm, EST (3 hour session each day, with a week between the weekend sessions to work your book-dummy).