Carolyn Shattuck – Sticks and Stones

2004
edition of 1
dimensions 9.5 x 7.5 x 1.5

$800 – Available by special order. Please contact gallery to confirm availability.

Description

Sticks and Stones is a pictorial represention of tensions that play out in childhood. It speaks to asserting ones identity and learning to compromise and be a friend.

BFK Rives, Japanese paper, fiber dyes,etching inks

Carolyn Shattuck who was born in Montreal, Canada, moved to the United States in 1971. After a short stay , she and her husband lived in Okinawa, Japan for three years where she became influenced by the history and beauty of the Japanese prints . After returning to the United States she studied painting at Bard College. She divided her time between her painting and developing a unique printing method. Her work embraces the juxtaposition of many cross-cultural images. Shattuck believes her work is the freedom to extrapolate ideas and motifs from many sources in order that they can cross-pollinate and exist as a whole. For the past 15 years Book Arts has been the focus of a her work. .Her books can be seen in over 20 University Collections throughout the United States.

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