Sculpture and Design With Recycled Glass by Cindy Ann Coldiron, October 2011 Schiffer Publishing, Ltd
Forty artists take the raw material of recycled glass and transform it into an astonishingly creative medium for sculpture and design. This "green" book is packed with photos of original recycled glass craft and sculpture representing emerging and established artists from Swaziland to Australia to Canada and the United States, as well as photos of three public art sculptures that tell a story from design to construction to the final installation.
MIMB 1: Monumental Ideas in Miniature Books by Hui-Chu Ying, June 14, 2009
MIMB1 went to National Taiwan University of Art this year. They printed a very nice catalogue for both MIMB1 and their own Miniature books. National Taiwan University of Art selected 25 MIMB artists for the catalogue. It’s a Wonderful Toy, is page 14 of the catalog.
LAND/ART NEW MEXICO Introduction by Bill Gilbert. Essays by Lucy Lippard, William L. Fox, Nancy Marie Mithlo and MaLin Wilson
In the summer and fall of 2009 a group of New Mexico arts organizations joined together to present LAND/ART, which explored the relationship between land, art, and community through exhibitions, site-specific art works, lectures and performances. Focusing on “environmental” or “Land” art, the collaboration sought to address our changing relationship to nature, and to offer a new or previously unconsidered understanding of the places in which we live.
MIMB 1: Monumental Ideas in Miniature Books by Hui-Chu Ying, June 14, 2009 Artworks of monumental physical scale are overwhelming. The diminutive viewer is confronted and consumed by the gigantic. Presented with the miniature, the viewer, no longer assigned to the passive role, could instead devour the work, taking it into his or her soul. The miniature invites the viewer into a personal and intimate relationship. With attention drawn to the significance of the seemingly insignificant, the momentousness of the minuscule is magnified thus instilling monumental value.
COLLECTIONS: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals From the Practical to the Philosophical Volume 4, number 2, spring 2008
Published by AltaMira Press, this issue of the journal features an article titled Outdoor Public Sculpture: An Active Medium of Dialogue by Dr. Juilee Decker, Associate Professor of Art History and Chair of the Art Department at Georgetown College.
The cover image of the journal is an image of my outdoor installation of sculptures at Georgetown College Forces of Nature: Hurricanes and Slinkys, 2007.