Alicia Bailey – Furnace Creek


c. 2001
edition of 29
1.75 x 2 x 2

Furnace Creek is a place of fallen ghost trees, laughing coyotes, snakes wriggling free of their skin. A place of quiet where hearts grow and warm, spirits and passions soar.

all that touches us we take in . . .

Color laser printed onto Mohawk Superfine text from an original watercolor by Alicia Bailey that evokes an environment seen through eyes clouded with awe. Twenty-eight page fixed accordion in shaped cover with ribbon tie housed in pastepaper covered box with yin-yang bone and bead adornment on box lid.

This is a pay what you wish item with profits going to support wilderness protection efforts. The minimum price of $25 covers cost of materials and shipping. The recommended donation is $60.

Donations will be directed to either Great Old Broads for Wilderness or the Lake Fork Valley Conservancy (if you prefer one over the other, please indicate in your order notes).

About the artist:

Alicia Bailey is a studio artist working across multiple disciplines. She has focused on book arts and assemblage since the mid-nineties, producing artists’ books, sculptural books and limited edition books. Alicia’s work embraces a wide variety of methods and materials. It has been featured in dozens of solo and group exhibits throughout the world and is held in numerous public, private and special collections. An archive of her work in the book arts is under development at Penrose Special Collections, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado.


Alicia Bailey – Furnace Creek