I Think That the Root of the Wind is Water
About this piece:
This Dickinson poem speaks to the inherent interconnection of environmental elements. Today, as our planet experiences increasing climate instability, Dickinson’s message is a relevant reminder to honor and protect our environment. My soft edged pop-up abstractions are meant to create a visual experience that compliments Dickinson’s tone of reverence and wonder.
paper, ink, acetate, book cloth
About the artist:
Lives and works in Eugene, Oregon, United States.
Susan Lowdermilk is a book artist and printmaker who works in woodcut, wood engraving and intaglio etching as well as digital media. Her books involve movable parts, pop-ups and LED circuits. She is a professor at Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon where she teaches printmaking, artist books and graphic design. Her work is included in over 60 public institutions including the Getty Museum, the Library of Congress and the New York Public Library. She earned her MFA from the University of Oregon, and her BFA from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.