High Tide is a flag book structure that is in response to climate change and rising oceans. The images used are of small encaustic houses I have been making and using in a variety of forms. The images are from my travels and are printed in a blue tone referencing the cyanotype process.
photographs, paper, glue, book cloth
About the artist:
Lives in Boulder, Colorado, United States
Melanie Walker has been an artist for over 40 years. Her expertise is in alternative approaches to photography, immersive installations and public art. She received a BA from San Francisco State University and an MFA from Florida State University. She has received a number of awards including an NEA Fellowship, Colorado Council on the Arts Fellowship and an Aaron Siskind Award. She teaches in the Media Arts Area at the University of Colorado, Boulder and has work in collections including LACMA, Center for Creative Photography, Princeton Art Museum and San Francisco Museum of Art.