Archive

Updated 3/4/17

The books presented in alphabetical order on this page are sold out or otherwise no longer available. Each book has a list of the public collections where it may be seen. The original sale price or prices are included for informational purposes only, some of the prices for books were raised over the span of sales and many of them are now valued higher than the original sale price.

 

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All Sorts, 2015, 9″ x 9″ x 1″

A tunnel book printed letterpress during the inaugural Coffey Residency at the University of Florida. The residency task was to research the Jerry Chicone Jr. collection of citrus labels then design and execute an artist’s book with printer Ellen Knudson over a six-week time period. The text is a double alphabet of words, positive, negative and neutral that can be used to describe all sorts of people. The patterns, title lettering and colors used on the panels were taken from a some of the citrus labels. Enclosed in a clamshell box. Edition of 35. $450-600. The bulk of the edition is held by the University of Florida for their purposes. Gallery choice award, Pop Up Now II at 23 Sandy Gallery, Portland, OR. Public collections: University of Iowa, University of Florida, Michigan State University, University of Washington.

 

Another Day At the Beach, 1996, 5″ x 55″

A traditional scroll form. Japanese papers, paste paint, acrylic and colored pencils. Edition of two, $100.00. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

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The Anxiety Alphabet, 1998, 7″ x 4″ x 3″, deluxe and standard

A Coptic bound alphabet book with a text relating to anxiety and it’s resolution. The cover rests on pins and needles. Computer printing on rag paper. Deluxe edition of 10, $150.00; standard edition of 25, $75.00. Public collections: Deluxe- University of Georgia, University of Iowa, University of Washington, Yale University, Maryland Institute of Contemporary Art, Cambridge University. Standard- Wexford Arts Centre, Ireland; University of Washington, Newberry Library, Rhode Island School of Design, University of Iowa, Atlanta College of Art, Kansas University.

 

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Away Flag Accordion, 2002, 7″ x 5″

An archival inkjet printed accordion book with attached flags. A continuous image on the topsides of the flags and a text addressing the pluses and minuses of “getting away from it all” on the undersides. Attached hard covers. Edition of 25. $75.00 -$150.00. Public collections: Victoria and Albert Museum, London; University of Iowa, Kansas University. Private collections.

 

Chasing Your Tale, 2000, 4” x 4”

An archival inkjet printed continuous flexagon with text and images regarding my dog Gomez, the naughty dog of my press name. Open edition. Public collections: International Society of Copier Artists, internationally distributed (specific institutions unknown); Tate Britain, London; University of Iowa, Kean University.

 

The Close Enough to Love Story, 1987, 5 ½” x 4 ¼”

A Xerox book of drawings in a narrative sequence on text weight paper. Pamphlet stitch binding with red card stock cover. Open edition. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

The Coming of Age Or the Age of Coming, 1980, 8 ¼” x 5 ½”

A hand drawn book, case bound, one of a kind. Collection of the artist.

 

Crime and Romance, 2000, 5 ½” x 8 ½”

A black and white Xerox slice book of text and images from the Eyes Were Watching series, with pages divided in thirds for multiple viewing possibilities. Card stock with a black plastic comb binding. Open edition, $20.00 -$30.00. Public collections: University of Iowa, Museum of Modern Art, Yale University, University of Georgia, Kansas University, Brown University.

 

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A Day at the Beach, 1996, 9″ x 55″

A nontraditional scroll form. Japanese papers, paste paint, acrylic and colored pencils. One of a kind. Collection of the artist.

 

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Desdemona In Her Own Words, 2015, 19” x 13”, boxed set

A boxed book with title page, prelude, 5 acts, a coda and colophon in individual sheets. Handset type letterpress printed and additional printing using assorted foams and adhesive plates, wire, pressure printing and collographs. Since 2011, I have been working with Shakespeare’s tragedies, reading and rereading the plays, distilling the themes. In this book I was exploring Othello with a particular interest in Desdemona and her appalling passivity. I extracted her dialog into individual words made into magnets and rearranged them to give her new lines to speak up for herself. Each an edition of 10 with 2 proofs. $2,500 – $2,800.00. Public collections: Library of Congress, Midwest One Bank, University of Iowa, University of Michigan, University of Washington, University of Denver, Folger Shakespeare Library, Southwest School of Art, IUPUI, Temple University, The National Museum of Women in the Arts.

 

Diva On the Road, 2002, 4 ¼” x 2 ¾”

An advice book drawn from my personal experiences as a visiting expert. An inkjet printed book on lavender text paper, using the French door single sheet technique. Open edition. Public collections: University of Iowa, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Kean University.

 

Down For the Count, 1995, 9 ½” x 6 ¼”

10 cut out hand pages, counting from 1 to 5 and back down interspersed with wave shaped pages. Rag paper and paste papers with a Coptic binding. Edition of 10, $150.00. Public collections: Wellesley College, University of Iowa.

 

Eight Slices of Pie, 2002, 9” in diameter

A set of 8 archival inkjet printed wedge books musing on various pie related subjects and recipes. Contained in a purchased aluminum pie pan with a clear plastic snap on lid and a printed cover. Edition of 25, $50.00. Public collections: University of Iowa, University of Georgia, Atlanta College of Art, University of Washington, National Museum of Women’s Art, Clark University, University of New Mexico, Virginia Commonwealth University, Washington & Lee University, Cleveland Art Institute, University of Vermont.

 

Eyes Were Watching, 1995, 8″ x 10″

A 20-page book of etchings with 10 chine colle images with text. Limp bound in flax paper with braided cotton cords. Edition of 5, $500.00. Public collections: University of Iowa, Minneapolis Institute of Art.

 

Fallen Down Neighborhood, 1992, 9″ x 9″

A pop up, fall down book of house shaped pages. Xerox on cover stock, silver stamped title. Open edition, $30.00. Public collections: Tate Britain, University of Iowa, School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

 

The Family Game, 2003, 5 ½” x 8 ½”

Subtitled “lose just by playing”, this is a game for all ages; everyone has a family of some kind. This archival inkjet printed book contains a colorful pop out presenting the playing board. A six-page pamphlet on Mohawk superfine paper with an attached cover of Emerald Canford paper. $30.00 – $40.00. Edition of 100. Public collections: University of California, Santa Cruz; University of Iowa, Yale University, Kansas University, Atlanta College of Art, Mills College, University of California, Santa Barbara, University of Michigan, Longwood University, University of California, Los Angeles; Maryland Institute College of Art, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Vermont, Oberlin College, University of Pennsylvania, University of Washington, Duke University, Cleveland Institute of Art, Maine College of Art, Drake University, Temple University, Baylor University.

 

Half a Sandwich & The Other Half, 2003, 5 ½” x 5 ½”

A set of short stories musing on the various sandwiches I have encountered in my life. Two laser printed books on golden colored text paper, using the triangle single sheet technique. Open edition. Public collections: University of Iowa, International Society of Copier Artists, internationally distributed (specific institutions unknown).

 

The Hands that Hold Me, 1994, 8″ x 4″ x 1″

An assortment of cutout hands backed with decorated English book papers and Japanese papers bound using a variation of the Coptic binding. One of a kind, $300.00. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

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Home & Away, 1995, 8 ½” x 5″

A set of house shapes attached at sides and/or bottoms with Japanese screen hinges. English dollhouse papers and jungle print wrapping papers. One of a kind. Collection of the artist.

 

The House Detective, 1995, 7″ x 4 ¼” x 6″

The House Detective, Abridged; 1995′ 7″ x 4 ¼” x 2″

A series of graduating house shapes with Xeroxes of intaglio prints on Japanese paper with cut up detective novels on foam core, accordion bound using Japanese screen hinges. Unabridged edition of 4, $300.00; abridged edition of 10; $100.00. Public collections: Unabridged- University of Iowa; Abridged- Rhode Island School of Design, University of California, Santa Barbara; University of Iowa.

 

House of Cards, 1992, 9″ x 4″ x 2″

52 4 x 6 inch cards, 26 different images, plus a title card and one joker, Xeroxed on card stock and backed with Japanese papers. The box is Japanese papers layered over foam core. Edition of 4, $300.00. Public collections: School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, University of Iowa.

 

How Can I Live in Iowa?, 1999, 5″ x 6 ¾”

A carousel book with 6 scenes and text, archival ink jet printed on Mohawk superfine and transparency film. Case bound with Nideggen paper; laser printed title and a cord tie closure. Number four of the five books of the Iowa series. Edition of 25, $250.00. Public collections: University of Iowa, Nexus, Cedar Rapids, IA Museum of Art; University of Washington, Scripps College, University of Georgia, Oberlin College.

 

I.C.U., 1995, 8″ x 4″ x 1″

An assortment of cutout hands backed with decorated English book papers and Japanese papers bound using a variation of the Coptic binding. One of a kind, $150.00. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

I Like It. Here., 1998, 3 ¾” x 2 ¼”

An ink jet printed book, on card stock using the extended flexagon format. In a purchased envelope. Number one of the five books of the Iowa series. Open edition, $6.00 -$10.00. Public collections: University of Iowa, Museum of Modern Art, International Society of Copier Artists, internationally distributed (specific institutions unknown); University of Washington, Scripps College, University of California, Santa Cruz; University of Ohio, Cedar Rapids, IA Museum of Art; National Museum of Women in the Arts, Newberry Library, Kean University, Oberlin College.

 

I Live in Iowa, 1999, 7″ x 8 ½” x 3″

A  pop-up book using paste papers, flax paper, assorted rag papers and wire, with an ink jet printed text. Number three of the five books of the Iowa series. Edition of 10, $700.00. Public collections: Metropolitan Museum of Art, University of Iowa, Cedar Rapids, IA Museum of Art; Scripps College, Victoria and Albert National Art Library.

 

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In One Ear, 1996, 8 ½” x 5″

A pop up accordion book of a story told in three versions. Computer printing, commercial papers. Open edition, $25.00 – $30.00 -$40.00. Public collections: Museum of Modern Art, New York; Tate Britain, University of Iowa, University of Washington, Indiana University, Wexford Art Centre, Ireland; Kansas University, University of Central Florida, City of Cerritos, CA; University of Michigan, University of Vermont.

 

It Isn’t Always Funny, 1993, 2 ½” x 2 ¼”

An accordion bound book of images from the It Isn’t Always Funny series. Xerox on text wove rag paper. Open edition, $10.00. Public collections: School of the Art Institute of Chicago, University of Iowa, Museum of Modern Art, New York; University of Ohio, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Kean University.

 

It Isn’t Always Funny, 1993, 8 ½” x 8 ½”

It Isn’t Always Funny, 1993, 8 ½” x 4 ¼”

A Japanese 4 hole bound book of images from the It Isn’t Always Funny series. Xerox on Sakamoto Japanese paper. Open edition, $30.00 and $20.00. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

The Lasagna Book, 1976, 4″ x 4″

Softbound book of letterpress printed text and offset printed photographs. Edition of 150, $2.00. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

Life in Iowa, 1999, 4″ x 7″ x ¾”

A tunnel book, with color Xerox images and ink jet printed text on card stock. Number two of the five books of the Iowa series. Edition of 50, $45.00-$75.00. Public collections: Wexford Art Centre, Ireland; University of Iowa, University of Washington, Visual Studies Workshop, Atlanta College of Art, Yale University, Tate Britain, London; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Scripps College, Cedar Rapids, IA Museum of Art; Indiana University.

 

Look Closely,1998, 4 ¼” x 2 ¾”

A Xerox book on card stock, using the flexagon format. Open edition. Public collections: University of Iowa, Museum of Modern Art, New York; University of California, Santa Cruz; University of Ohio, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Kean University.

 


More Slices of Pie, 2008, 9” in diameter   

A set of 8 archival inkjet printed wedge books musing on various pie related subjects and recipes. Similar in format to Eight Slices of Pie but the stories and recipes are all new. Contained in a purchased aluminum pie pan with a clear plastic case and a printed cover. Edition of 25, $75.00. Public collections: University of Iowa, University of Vermont, Cleveland Art Institute, University of Pennsylvania, Clark University, University of New Mexico, University of Denver, University of Illinois, Center for Book Arts, New York, Maine College of Art.

 


Mutually Exclusive, 2002, 6 ¼” x 4 ¼”each

Letterpress printed set of 5 magic wallets, provoked by the events of 9/11/01, which address the cacophony of news reports, emotions, analysis and opinions (expert and otherwise) that follow in the wake of any major news event. The righteous indignation and reciprocal intolerance whitewashed by ideals from religion to political correctness raise the question of personal belief. Using the magic wallet format, the book panels flip back and forth from two opposing statements, which reflect the slipperiness of forging a personal philosophy. Each of the texts has three layers, the large basic statements, an underlying stream-of-consciousness narration and the 10 sets from the Pythagorean table of opposites. The wallets are contained in a Japanese box wrapper with bone clasps made by Rosa Guimaraes. Printed with the assistance of interns Paula Naughton and Nancy Campbell during the Sally R. Bishop artist’s residency at the Center for Book Arts, New York, NY. Edition of 50 sets, $350.00 – $450.00. Public collections: Yale University, University of Iowa, University of Delaware, Indiana University, Kansas University, University of North Carolina, University of California, Irvine; Swarthmore College, California State, Hayward; University of California, San Diego; Virginia Commonwealth University, Union College, Rhode Island School of Design, University of Michigan, Brooklyn Museum of Art, University of California, Santa Barbara; Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh, Library of Congress.

 

My Twelve Steps, 1997, 6″ x 6″ x 1″

A pop up book printed letterpress on cream-colored Rives heavy weight paper. Case bound with flax and Moriki paper over acid free binders board. Bamboo and cotton pull cord with bead stops for closing. Edition of 100, $75.00 – $100.00 – $125.00 – $150.00. Public collections: University of Georgia, Wellesley College, Harvard University, University of Iowa, Ohio University, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Washington, Mount Mercy College, Yale University, Sackner Archive, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; City of Cerritos, CA; Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library, Scripps College, Indiana University, Michigan State University, Kansas University, Tate Britain, Atlanta College of Art, University of California, Santa Barbara; University of California, San Diego, Texas Tech, University of Michigan, Longwood University, University of Pennsylvania, University of California, San Luis Obispo; Ringling School of Art & Design, University of New Mexico, St. Lawrence University, University of Oregon, New York Public Library, Library of Congress.

 

Naked Sauna 1970, 2001, 4 ¼” x 2 ¾”

The story of the most notable aspect of my summer spent as an exchange student. A laser printed book on yellow text paper, using the hidden room single sheet technique. Attached folded blue text paper cover. Public collections: University of Iowa, International Society of Copier Artists, internationally distributed (specific institutions unknown), National Museum of Women in the Arts, Kean University.

 

Not a Straight Line, 2011, 2” x 2” x 8”

A book comprised of 10 linked Coptic bound books with one line of the text in each of the books. This book was made for the Al-Mutanabbi Street Artists’ Book project. The project aims to “re-assemble” some of the “inventory” of the reading material that was lost in the car bombing of al-Mutanabbi Street. For more information on the project go to http://artistbooks.ning.com/events/an-inventory-of-almutanabbi One complete set of the books from this project will be donated to the Iraq National Library in Baghdad, the other two sets will be exhibited throughout the world.

To read the book the viewer must find their way along the linked books that turn this way and that way much as a meandering street would. Letterpress printed on stained Rives BFK heavyweight paper. The covers are made with moriki and University of Iowa flax paper. The individual books are hinged together with walnut crackle paper from Cave paper and housed in a cloth covered hinged box. Edition of 20, $350.00 – $450.00. Public collections: University of Iowa, University of Washington, Columbia University, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, IUPUI, University of California, Berkeley, Michigan State University, University of Vermont, Library of Congress.

 

PBI 1995, 1995, 9″ x 7″ x 3″

A Ziploc bag book of found objects and photographs commemorating the Paper & Book Intensive. 30 bags bound with dowel posts and wooden caps. Edition of two, $100.00. Private collections only.

 

Parallel Lives, 1995, 24″ x 36″

A six panel accordion book with three hand painted parallel story lines. Japanese screen hinges. Private collection, $500.00.

 

Paths of Fate, 1995, 4″ x 4″

The first book to bear the imprint Naughty Dog Press. A color Xerox printed version of a child’s “fortune teller” with a protective folder. Open edition. Public collections: University of Iowa, Museum of Modern Art, University of Washington, University of Ohio, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Kean University.

 

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The Peacock’s Complaint, 2000, 7 ½” x 4″

A fan book with images and text chronicling the give and take of a long lasting friendship between two women. The title side of the fan has peacock feathers; the other side has the drawings and text. The fan is fully reversing and shows the two friends swapping roles with each other. Constructed of card stock fastened at the base with an aluminum post screw and at the top with cotton thread. Edition of 50, $35.00 – $50.00. Public collections: University of Iowa, Yale University, Indiana University, Museum of Modern Art, Tate Britain, London; School of the Art Institute of Chicago, City of Cerritos, CA; Atlanta College of Art, Kansas University, Maryland Institute of Contemporary Art, Brown University, University of California Los Angeles.

 

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The Perfect Martini, 1998, 7″ x 5″ x 5″

A Japanese book cloth covered box containing a martini glass. The recipe is contained inside the lid. Glass olive spike clasp. Edition of 6, $150.00. Public collections: University of Georgia, University of Iowa.

 

The Perfect Martini, 2000, 7 ½” x 5″

An inkjet printed single sheet icon book with a martini glass shaped insert on text and cover stock. Open edition. Public collections: International Society of Copier Artists, internationally distributed (specific institutions unknown); University of Iowa, University of Ohio.

 

Queen for a Day, 2001, 6″ x 6″ x 6 ½”

This postcard box and found objects was begun while in residence as the Coal Royalty chair holder at the University of Alabama. The scroll text is a meditation on ego, also included are a pompom, a snow globe, jewels, and a crown. One of a kind. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

Ready or Not-1, 1998, 4 ¼” x 3 1/2″

A red Xerox book on text paper, using the hidden room single sheet technique. Attached folded cover. The first of the Hide and Seek series of single sheet books. Open edition. Public collections: University of Iowa, Museum of Modern Art, New York; International Society of Copier Artists, internationally distributed (specific institutions unknown); University of Ohio, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Kean University.

 

Ready or Not-2, 1999, 5 ¼” x 6″

A Xerox book on three colors of text paper, using the hexa-flexagon format. The second of the Hide and Seek series of single sheet books. Open edition. Public collections: University of Iowa, Museum of Modern Art, New York; University of Washington, University of California, Santa Cruz; University of Ohio, Kean University.

 

Romantic Advice from a Christmas Cookie, 2008, 5” x 4” x ¼”

A short story considering what you can learn if you would only pay attention, recipe included. Edition of 10, $100.00. Public collections: University of Iowa, Monumental In Miniature Collections.

 

The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, 2012, 9” x 9” x 1”.

A carousel book made in response to the call for entries from the Bodleian Libraries and Designer Bookbinders for an international designer bookbinding competition in 2013. I have never made a designer bookbinding and I didn’t intend to start now but I entered this competition based on two things. First I heard Richard Ovenden speak at the 2011 Codex meeting and he emphasized that they wanted artists’ books for this competition. And second there was a pop-up in the call publication. I selected the excerpts after reading the play a number of times, one line of dialogue to represent the story being told in each of the five acts. I had not remembered the chorus from previous readings and I have chosen to emphasize the timelessness of the play through repetition of the chorus and insertion of modern equivalents for Verona. I have also added a commentary of my own beneath the repeated chorus. This carousel book uses a format that I devised to allow for scenes and separate text panels. The spine tabbing, also of my devising, functions both to hold the book together and to balance the thickness at the fore-edge. The text lines were letterpress printed onto Mohawk Superfine 100 lb Text paper. The images were made with an ink transfer mono-printing technique. The covers are printed on a handmade flax, abaca and linen paper from papermaker Mary Hark. The book is enclosed in a clam-shell box covered with Japanese book cloth. Edition of 9 with one artist’s proof. $1,800.00 – $2,500.00. Public collections: University of Iowa, University of Washington, University of Denver, Kansas University, Southwest School of Art, University of Michigan, Library of Congress, Folger Shakespeare Library.A carousel of tragedy – Wynken de Worde

 

Rooms Within View, 1993, 11″ x 8 ½”

A Japanese 4 hole bound book of 14 Xeroxed pages of a building with inserts and cutouts to reveal various images as the pages are turned. Xerox on assorted Japanese papers. Open edition, $30.00. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

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Seven Deadly Sins, 1982, 6″ x 4 ¼”

A silk-screened and hand colored accordion book depicting the seven deadly sins. Edition of 10, $100.00. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

Slipping My Leash…Into a Noose, 1980, 8 ¼” x 5 ½”

A hand drawn book, case bound, one of a kind. Collection of the artist.

 

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Social Insecurity, 1996, 8 ½” x 7″

A pop up book of 5 double page spreads, with hand painted and mixed media pop ups on computer printed and painted pages. Wire, bamboo, Mylar, paste paint, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, rag and flax papers. Edition of 5, $500.00. Public collections: State of Hawaii, Long Island University, University of Iowa, Massachusetts College of Art.

 

So On and So On, 1995, 3″ x 3″ x 1″

A do-si-do Coptic bound book of 16 images presenting a narrative in two opposing orders. Edition of 25, $50.00. Public collections: Wellesley College, Rhode Island School of Design, University of Iowa.

 

The Taken Path, 1992, 8 ½” x 5 ½”

Various hand drawn paths Xeroxed on assorted colors of card stock. Link stitch bound. Open edition, $20.00 – $30.00. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

They Kept on Meeting Like This, 1987, 5 ½” x 4 ¼”

A Xerox book of drawings in a narrative sequence on text weight paper. Pamphlet stitch binding with magenta card stock cover. Open edition. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

They Worked Hard to Relax, 1987, 5 ½” x 4 ¼”

A Xerox book of drawings in a narrative sequence on text weight paper. Pamphlet stitch binding with blue card stock cover. Open edition. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

Things Took a Turn for the Worse, 1987, 5 ½” x 4 ¼”

A Xerox book of drawings in a narrative sequence on text weight paper. Pamphlet stitch binding with purple card stock cover. Open edition. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

This Book, 1997, 4 ¼” x 3 ¾”

A Xerox book on text paper, 8-page single sheet format. Open edition. Public collections: University of Iowa, Museum of Modern Art, New York; University of California, Santa Cruz; University of Ohio, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Kean University.

 

The Time for Bed Story, 1987, 5 ½” x 4 ¼”

A Xerox book of drawings in a narrative sequence on text weight paper. Pamphlet stitch binding with yellow card stock cover. Open edition. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

Tiny Accordion Houses, 1995, 3″ x 2″ x 8″

A long series of graduating house shapes, bound using Japanese screen hinges. English doll house papers. Edition of 10, $150.00. Public collection: Walker Art Center.

 

Two Sides to Every Story, 1994, 9″ x 8″ x 4″

An accordion book with two sets of images, one color xerox, the other black and white xerox. The color sequence goes in one order connecting with the first panel of the black and white set. The black and white set goes in reverse order connecting with the first panel of the color set. One of a kind, $200.00. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

Up and Down You Swim, All Day Long, 1995, 8″ x 8″ x 8″

A set of double hinged cubes, which flip in different directions. Xerox, Japanese papers and foam core. One of a kind, $300.00. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

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The Vicious Circle Series, 1997, 2″ x 4″ x 4″

A set of five stacking and rotating rings with circular texts printed letterpress on cover weight flax paper. Edition of 25, $100.00. Public collections: University of Iowa, Atlanta College of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; University of Washington.

 

Watermelon Week, 1978, 8 ½” x 7 ¾”

A silk-screened book of drawings on two kinds of Japanese tissues. Stab bound with printed cover of pellon and mat board. Edition of 25, $200.00. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

We Are Gone Already, 2001, 5 1/8” x 3”

A hand drawn and colored accordion book with lift flaps. The archival ink jet printed text and images commemorate a visit to Vienna. Attached hard covers. Edition of 5, $150.00. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

Whichever Way You Go, There You Are; 1996, 6″ x 6″ x 6″

A set of double hinged cubes, which flip in different directions. Xerox, Japanese papers and foam core. One of a kind, $200.00. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

Wish You Were Here, 1996, 7″ x 9″ x 8″

A commemorative book of postcards, tickets and 21 envelopes collected and mailed home from a trip to the United Kingdom. Piano hinge binding using sharpened pencils, all materials collected on the trip. One of a kind, $300.00. Public collection: University of Iowa.

 

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Yes, I Like Living in Iowa, 2000, 2″ x 7″

A multi-colored letterpress printed Jacob’s ladder, on two kinds of the University of Iowa Center for the Book flax text weight paper. Number five of the five books of the Iowa series. Edition of 25, $200.00. Public collections: Scripps College, Cedar Rapids, IA Museum of Art; University of Georgia, University of Iowa, University of Otago, New Zealand.

 

You Love Me, 1978, 7 ½” x 5 ¾”

A cyanotype book using hand drawn negative, titles printed letterpress. Edition of 10, $20.00. Public collection: University of Iowa.