• Mary Ellen Long - Sands Signs Symbols 4

Mary Ellen Long – Sands Signs Symbols 4 – SPECIAL ORDER ITEM


© 1990
edition of 1
7 x 11 inches closed

Available by special order. Please contact gallery to confirm availability.


This book work in scroll form was originally part of a large installation with cast paper sand-filled baskets. The sands were collected from the states of Arizona and Utah and the text comes from my journal writings during these western travels through these states. This scroll features sanded Native American designs. This scroll can be housed in a plexi box at an additional cost.

Kozo-gampi HMP, sand

Mary Ellen Long was born in Los Angeles and lived in North San Diego County before moving to Durango, Colorado 34 years ago. A multi-media artist, she exhibits throughout the wide world of art. She received BA and MA degrees from San Diego State and has received grants from the Colorado Arts Council. Mary Ellen has been a featured artist at The Center for Book Arts in New York City and has been an artist-in-residence at Edgemont Highlands in Durango creating outdoor environmental art for 9 years. Her book art has been placed in collections such as the Sackner Archive, MOMA Library, UCSD Special Collections, The Athenaeum in La Jolla, California and the National Museum for Women in the Arts Library. A recent retrospective “Journey of the Artist” was shown at Fort Lewis College Art Gallery in Durango, Colorado.

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Mary Ellen Long – Sands Signs Symbols 4 – SPECIAL ORDER ITEM

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