Jack Stuppin, Where Land Meets Art, Sonoma County Museum, 2002 VG SC Catalog

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Where Land Meets Art: Enchanted Landings
Author:
Van Proyen, Mark
Publisher:
Sonoma County Museum
Release Date:
2002
Seller Category:
ART EXHIBIT CATALOGS
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Used: Very Good
Sku: 01943
Notes: Very Good 8vo, 8 1/2" x 11" staplebound exhibition catalog, glossy white pictorial covers with blue, orange, black and white lettering on front, and featuring Jack Stuppin's 2002 oil painting, Quail Hill, Freestone to cover, orange back cover, sunning along spine on back, minimal shelf wear, else clean, intact, no chips or tears, and unmarked throughout. Unpaginated [24] pp. replete with vibrant full-color images of Jack Stuppin's paintings. Includes a brief essay from the Executive Director of the Sonoma Country Museum Natasha Boas, quote from the artist, an interview between Jack Stuppin and Mark Van Proyen, Jack Stuppin's Biography and interior of last page details the Museum's founding. This catalog was created for an exhibition of Stuppin's work held at the Sonoma County Museum in the Summer of 2002. From the Introduction: "In all of Stuppin's paintings the landscape is revealed as an event, rather than something that is marked by events. The artist reveals the vital essence of life, the essential convulsing character of nature, mirrored in the struggle and momentary triumph of all living things." Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.