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A Trio of Glass Scrolls.
A Trio of Glass Scrolls.
A Trio of Glass Scrolls.
Of light and shade from the notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci.
Priscilla Juvelis, Inc.

Kennebunkport, ME

www.juvelisbooks.com

Moore, Suzanne. Orr, Gregory. Proof. A Trio of Glass Scrolls. Vashon, WA: 2008. Artist’s book, one of a kind book object with text by Gregory Orr, completed for the Scripps College exhibition, “Performing the Book” curated by Kitty Maryatt, Ruth Chandler Williamson Art Gallery, Claremont, CA. The piece is a series of three scrolls wrapped around glass spools each 5-1/4 inches high and 3-7/8 inches in diameter. $7,500.

Verdigris Press. Leonardo da Vinci. Of light and shade from the notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci. Chapters 118 to 127…as compiled, translated and edited by Jean Paul Richter in 1883. Intaglio prints by Judith Rothchild. [Octon, France]: Verdigris Press, 2009. One of 6 copies, from a total issue of 15 (9 regular), this one of the deluxe copies with original copper plate, each copy numbered and signed in pencil by the artist on the colophon as well as initialing each plate, all on handmade yellow and cream Hahnemulhe papers. Page size: 9 x 11-3/4 inches; 20pp. Bound by Mark Lintott: loose in wrappers housed in custom-made clamshell box covered with handmade papers screenprinted by Judith Rothchild in pink, blue and green showing Leonardo’s larger sphere on the front cover and smaller sphereon the rear cover, black front wrapper of Keaykolour uni eben 300 g. paper embossed with circles, squares, and triangle, with white label printed in black with title and author, translator, and artist on front panel. Illustrated with six original full-page intaglio prints, endsheets with emboassed spheres along bottom edge by Judith Rothchild. Ms. Rothchild has varied her print-making methods from her usual mezzotint to mezzotint with rocker, roulette and dry point all pulled by her from her original worked copper plates. The text has been set by Mark Lintott in Vendome Romain and printed by him on an Albion press. Ms. Rothchild’s intaglio prints are perfectly suited to Leonardo’s text on light and shade. Her solid forms—whether a peach or skein of twine or wood cylindar—absorb light, reflect light, cast shadows, block light, in short, do all that they should to exemplify the text. $2,000.

Remember the Ladies…
Remember the Ladies…

Wascher-James, Sande. Remember the Ladies… [Whidbey Island], WA: 2008]. Artist’s book, one of 10 copies only, each hand numbered and signed on the colophon page by the artist / author, Sande Wascher-James. Book size: 4 x 10 inches; page size: 4 x 6 inches; 108pp. Bound by the artist: pink flowered Liberty Lawn fabric over boards, with portrait of Abigail Adams in grey on specially prepared fabric that is archivally sound, collaged and stitched on front and back panels at foredge, her famous admonition to her husband, John, “Remember the Ladies…” hand printed with a Gocco on white ribbon and collaged and stitched to other edge of front and back panels. Each page is a different colored Liberty Lawn fabric that is bordered in embroidery thread. Sitting one atop another, within the chintz frame, the text block forms solid bands of color going from black, red, green, yellow, purple blue back to purple, green blue and black. The book can be opened and read as a conventional text. It also can be displayed as a “book object” when stood on its “spine” and the pages fall open as a fan. $1,200.

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