Alicia Bailey – Haiku Box


© 1997
edition of open
dimensions in inches: 3 x 3 x 3, opens to 9 x 9

In stock (can be backordered)


About this piece:

Traditional Haiku poetry refers to the rhythms of the natural world, quite often making explicit reference to the four seasons. Each wall of this box has a small book with Haiku poems for each season. The text is laserprint on pastepaper. The lid and box are handstamped and embossed. rk summer lake with but one rower                                unlit cabins
                                     ~Mary Acosta


paper, ink, embossing powder, pasted papers, laser print

Artist bio:

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 – Haiku Box