Color can be a journey. This book follows the journey from west to east, from suburban to urban, and from green to gray. Received Best in Show at the Democratic Book Exhibit at the Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair in 2008.
8 page accordion. Printed on a Heidelberg offset press at the Borowsky Center for Publication Arts at The University of the Arts. The photographs were printed as duotones with grey and black ink and the green foliage was made with hand cut stencils.
Andrew Huot’s artist books deal with abstracting the events of our daily life into line and shape; looking at everyday situations and distilling them down to their essence then extending them outward to our collective experience. Andrew’s work is exhibited nationally and is found in the collections including The Free Library of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania. He is currently the Conservator for the Milner Library at Illinois State University. Additionally, he teaches bookbinding, book arts, and conservation workshops at a variety of venues, including universities, summer programs and community arts organizations.