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Howl - The Voice of UNM Taos - Volume VII, Spring 2013
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Howl - The Voice of UNM Taos - Volume VII, Spring 2013

By Katherine Spess [Faculty Advisor]; Jack Twitty [Editor-in-Chief];

Taos, New Mexico: UnM-Taos Department of English, 2013. From a limited edition of 600 copies. The Literary Journal of the Arts of UNM-Taos is "a reflection of the literary and artistic endeavors from both inside UNM-Taos and the wider Taos community." CONTENTS: Faculty Advisor Statement; Student Government Message; Editors' Message: "Synchronicity"; poetry, prose, and artwork; Bios of Contributors and Editors. 94 pages, generously illustrated with photos and images, most in full color. CONDITION: A bright, tight, square, unmaked, uncreased "as new" copy with no apparent shelf-wear now in a clear protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Limited Edition. Soft Cover. New (Very Fine). Illus. by Claire Tiwald (cover art). 6" x 9". Limited Edition.

$13.78

Opovidky Charivnoho Dzerkala - Tales of the Magic Mirror
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Opovidky Charivnoho Dzerkala - Tales of the Magic Mirror

By Tetyana Yakovenko and Olena Korzh

Zhitomir, Ukraine: Evenok O.O., 2014. An artist-inscribed volume of beautifully-illustrated stories (in Ukrainian language) "for children of young and middle school age". CONTENTS: (1) "I v kosmosi lyublyat' morkvu", (2) "Mandry, biyka i povernennya", (3) "Istoriya poyavy Charivnoho Dzerkala", (4) "Pro parasol'ku, yaka duzhe boyalasya doshu" 52 pages, ***with 23 delightful children's paintings (in full color). CONDITION: A bright, toight, square, unmarekd, uncreased copy with negligible shelf-wear - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Signed and Inscribed by the Artist. Soft Cover. Fine. 9.5" X 6.75". Art Book.

$14.25

Robert Kostka: \
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Robert Kostka: "Between Paradigms" and "A Sense of Wonder" [TWO ILLUSTRATED EXHIBITION BROCHURES]

By Robert Kostka and Robert Emory Johnson

Medford, Oregon: Mustard Press, 1992. The first catalogue documents a touring exhibition featuring two Oregon artists, Kostka and Johnson. CONTENTS: Introduction; Kostka Statement and Biographical Notes; Johnson Statement and Biographical Notes; 43 illustrations, many in full color. 28 pages. The second catalogue records the 2006 exhibition opening Memorial tribute to Robert Kostka (1928-2005), held at the Meridian Gallery in San Francisco. CONTENTS: Robert Kostka (Peter Selz); Art and Nature (Richard H.W. Brauer); The Dreams of a Drawing (Kostka); Dragon Line Series; Solar Barge and Oracle Series; Musical Vision (Richard Cameron-Wolfe); Kostka Chronology; 28 illustrations, many in full color. 18 pages. CONDITION: Both are solid, unmarked and uncreased, with negligible shelf-wear (though "Paradigms" has light rubbing on its back cover). These beautiful documents are now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Stapled Wraps. Fine. 6" x 9". Exhibition Catalogues.

$21.38

Nachynkoyu - Verses with "Filling" [COLORING BOOKwith POETRY]
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Nachynkoyu - Verses with "Filling" [COLORING BOOKwith POETRY]

By Tetyana Yakovenko and Olena Korzh

Zhitomir, Ukraine: Evenok O.O., 2012. A delightful artist-inscribed booklet full of line-drawing-illustrated poems and brief tales (in Ukrainian), intended for artful coloring by children. CONTENTS: See accompaning san image of the Table of Contents. 16+4 pages. CONDITION: A bright, solid, umarked, uncreased copy with minimal shelf-wear - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Signed and Inscribed by the Artist. Assumed First Edition. Stapled Wraps. Fine. 8.25" x 11.75".

$11.88

Anda Lace
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Anda Lace

By Lace, Anda

Riga, Latvia: Art Gallery 21, 2011. A powerful selection of paintings by one of Latvia's most gifted younger-generation artists. CONTENTS: Artist's Statement; "My Human"; Introduction [by Eva Rotcenkova] "A Version of Anda Lace's Three-Year Creative Work (2007-2010)"; The Paintings (photos); Artist's Bio. ca. 100 unnumbered pages. CONDITION: A Fine "as new" copy: bright, tight, square, uncreased, and unmarked - but for the artist's inscription and signature. This impossinbly scarce, unique art book is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag.. Signed and Inscribed by the Artist. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine (As New). 8.75" wide x 8.25". Art Book.

$71.25

The Essential Guide - Santa Fe & Taos (2009-2010)
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The Essential Guide - Santa Fe & Taos (2009-2010)

By Nichole Breihan; Nicole Beals; Bridget Morello (editor)

Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA: Byrdnest Publishing, 2009. Art book or tourism guide? As relevant and informative as it was 10 years ago, this profusely-illustrated compendium of information about "the jewels of the Southwest" contains entertaining and provocative features about Santa Fe/Taos Fine Art, Shopping, Fine Dining, Lodging, Furnishings, Walking Tours, Maps and Day Trips, Hiking Guides, Culture and History, plus fascinating New Mexico Stories. Although businesses may have come and gone since 2010, this volume will leave a powerful impression on the reader, inspiring thoughts of what could prove to be an unforgettable vacation getaway. 268 pages. CONDITION: A gorgeous VERY FINE, bright, tight, square, unmarked, uncreased copy with negligible shelf-wear - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag.. Soft Cover. Fine (As New). Illus. by Julien Roberts (photography). 7" x 7". Tourism Guide.

$11.88

Dolly Dingle as Cinderella - March, 1927 [MAGAZINE PAGE with CUTOUT Costumes]
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Dolly Dingle as Cinderella - March, 1927 [MAGAZINE PAGE with CUTOUT Costumes]

By Drayton, Grace G. [G.G.]

New York: Pictorial Review, 1927. One of the delightful Dolly Dingle cut-out doll pages which appeared in the 1920s in the women's magazine " Pictorial Review" (1899-1939), the page including Dolly herself, a walking suit, day dress, Cinderella wig, costume, and bouquet. On the reverse is an array of Modele Parisien Patterns, titled "Last Minute Sketches from Paris". CONDITION: A bright, clean, unmarked sheet, with scant evidence of its near-century-old vintage, showing negligible shelf-wear and only a small, faint page-bottom wrinkle. This rare treasure is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Loose Sheet. Near Fine. Illus. by Grace G. Crayton. 10.5" x 14". Magazine Page.

$28.03

La Belle Captive
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La Belle Captive

By Alain Robbe-Grillet & Rene Magritte

Berkeley - Los Angeles - London: University of California Press, 1996. Robbe-Grillet's 1975 ' nouveau roman', interspersed with and interpenetrated with 77 images of Rene magritte's paintings - its text masterfully translated and with an extended Essay by Ben Stoltzfus. CONTENTS: Illustrations, Acknowledgments, Introduction; La Belle Captive; The Elusive heroine - an Interarts Essay; Appendices; Works Cited. 230 pages. CONDITION: A bright, tight, square, unmarked, uncreased copy with negligible shelf-wear (just a faint bump in the lower right corner of the front cover). This beautiful copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag.. First Paperback Edition - 1st Printing. Large Softcover. Fine. Illus. by Rene Magritte . 8.5" x 11". Art Book.

$21.38

Just Intonations
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Just Intonations

By Lawson Fusao Inada

Ashland, Oregon: Graven Images Gallery Press, 1996. A beautiful example of "intimate collaboration", the poet and Sumi-e artist achieving a unity of expression rarely seen. CONTENTS: Foreword (Inada); Visceral Music, Let the Rhythm, Let the Release, Let the Let!, This One That One, Just Intonations (each poem juxtaposed with Kostka's artwork); Postscript (Kostka). 24 pages, including covers. CONDITION: a bright, tight, unmarked, uncreased Fine copy with negligible shelf-wear - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. First Edition. Stapled Wraps. Fine. Illus. by Robert Kostka [Sumi-e]. 7.25" x 11". Chap Book.

$14.25

How to Work in Stained Glass - Third Edition
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How to Work in Stained Glass - Third Edition

By Anita and Seymour Isenberg

Iola, Wisconsin: Krause Publications, 1998. Considered to be the "bible" of stained glass making - for beginning to advanced students of the craft. CONTENTS: Preface and Introduction; Equipment and Materials; Techniques and Procedures; Projects; Appendix; Glossary, Sources, Index. 347 Pages. CONDITION: A bright, tight, square, unmarked copy with minimal shelf-wear - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag.. Third Edition. Large Trade Paperback. Near Fine. 7.5" x 9". Art Book.

$13.78

Stained Glass Primer [Vol.1] - The Basic Skills
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Stained Glass Primer [Vol.1] - The Basic Skills

By Mollica, Peter

Oakland, California: Mollica Stained Glass Press, 1971. An excellent self-training guide to acquiring the basic stained-glass skills. CONTENTS: Introduction, Glass and Glass Cutting, Cutting Glass to Shape, Leading and Soldering, Cementing and Cleaning, Copper Foil technique, Glossary, Bibliography. 87 pages, illustrated throughout. CONDITION: A tight, square, unmarked Very Good copy with light shelf-wear, compromised only by a modest crease in the upper right corner of the front cover - its interior pristine. NOTE: This copy contains the glass-shapes template insert (which may be missing from other copies) ***See accompanying scan of the folded template page. This excellent copy in now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag. . Later Printing, 1987. Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Charles Frizzell (photographs). 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$7.13

Mystical Symbolism: The Salon de la Rose+croix in Paris, 1892-1897
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Mystical Symbolism: The Salon de la Rose+croix in Paris, 1892-1897

By Greene, Vivien; Jumeau-Lafond, Jean-David; Silver, Kenneth; Barotto, Ylinka; Guignard, Caroline; Hokanson, Alison; Lauricella, Natalia; Stevenson, Glynnis

New York: Guggenheim Museum Publications, 2017. Bound in red velvet with gold-stamped lettering to conjure the evocative atmosphere of the Salons, the catalog features essays about the history, themes and often spiritual aims of the Rose+Croix (Vivien Greene), its reception by the press and the public in the 1890s (Jean-David Jumeau-Lafond) and the importance of spiritualism to early 20th-century abstraction (Kenneth E. Silver). This richly illustrated volume also contains 46 color plates, entries on each exhibited artist and a bibliography of contemporary sources on Symbolist art. Among the salon participants were artists Pierre Amédée Marcel-Béronneau, Jean Delville, Fernand Khnopff, Charles Maurin, Armand Point, Alexandre Séon and Félix Vallotton. 112 pages. CONDITION: A bright, tight, square, unmarked copy with negligible shelf-wear and a pristine interior - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag. To be securely packed and promptly shipped.. First Edition - First Printing. Hard Cover - Cloth Spine. As New (Very Fine)/No Jacket (as issued). 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Deluxe Exhibition Catalogue.

$40.38

ARTlines - The Guide to Art, Artists, Events and Ideas -  August 1981 (Volume Two, Number Eight)
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ARTlines - The Guide to Art, Artists, Events and Ideas - August 1981 (Volume Two, Number Eight)

By Stephen M. Parks, Editor

Taos, New Mexico: ARTlines, Inc., 1981. An iconic newspaper-formatted magazine chronicling the once-unique-and-thriving art scene of northern New Mexico (particularly Taos), profusely illustrated with B&W photos of artworks and artists, and gallery exhibition ads. FEATURE ARTICLES: on R.C. Gorman, Bob Haozous, Neil Libbert, Lauren Wagner (Santa Fe Opera soprano), Lee Mullican, Native American Masks, Randy White, Lesley Brown, and more. 48 oversize pages. CONDITION: bright, unmarked copy with minimal shelf-wear, folded horizontally to 11.5" x 8.75". Over the past 35+ years, however, the horizontal fold shows some age-tanning and stiffness. This rare item is now nestled in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Unbound Newspaper Format. Very Good. 11.5" x 17.5". Newspaper-Magazine.

$9.50

Just Intonations
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Just Intonations

By Lawson Fusao Inada

Ashland, Oregon: Graven Images Gallery Press, 1996. A beautiful example of "intimate collaboration", the poet and Sumi-e artist achieving a unity of expression rarely seen. CONTENTS: Foreword (Inada); Visceral Music, Let the Rhythm, Let the Release, Let the Let!, This One That One, Just Intonations (each poem juxtaposed with Kostka's artwork); Postscript (Kostka). 24 pages, including covers. CONDITION: a bright, tight, unmarked, uncreased Fine Minus copy with light shelf-wear - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. First Edition. Stapled Wraps. Fine Minus. Illus. by Robert Kostka [Sumi-e]. 7.25" x 11". Chap Book.

$13.78

Apraksin Blues - No. 14 - "Another Game" (2007) [RUSSIAN-LANGUAGE ARTS JOURNAL]
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Apraksin Blues - No. 14 - "Another Game" (2007) [RUSSIAN-LANGUAGE ARTS JOURNAL]

By Tatyana Apraksina, John Dotson, Olga Meerson, Marina Unksova, Albert Einstein, James Mantieth, Pablo Tisdeia, N. Serov, Alexander Markovich, and Franz Kamin, contributors

Arroyo Seco, California: Apraksin Blues, 1995. A remarkable Russian-language arts journal, founded in September 1995 and edited by poet-painter Tatyana Apraksina. CONTENTS: Another Game (mondo blues) [Apraksina]; Connected Disconnectedness [Dotson]; Heart of Stone? What Is It? [Meerson]; Nonconformism and Modernity [Unksova]; Religion and Science: Irreconcilable? [Einstein]; Civilized Garden [Mantieth]; Blues Unloving the Blues [Tisdeya]; Ritual Palette of Red Girls [Serov]; West-Eastern Cross [Apraksina]; Trinity Evolution in Three Revelations of Art [Markovich]; Like Alexander [Scriabin]'s Son [Kamin]; Other People [Apraksina]; Letters. 74 pages. CONDITION: a new, manufacturer-sealed, bright, tight, unmarked, uncreased copy. This beautiful, sealed copy is additionally rnclosed in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Side-Stapled Wraps. As New (Very Fine). Illus. by Tatiana Apraksina. 8.5" x 11". Journal.

$9.50

10 Sound Texts - excerpted from Perspectives of New Music, Fall-Winter 1980//Spring-Summer 1981 [REPRINT]
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10 Sound Texts - excerpted from Perspectives of New Music, Fall-Winter 1980//Spring-Summer 1981 [REPRINT]

By Stein, Charles

Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1981. Ten innovative sound texts from 1978, to be used for improvised performances of sound poetry. They were actually generated as graphic representations of previous improvisatory performances organized by George Quasha. 16 pages. CONDITION: now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board. NOTE: This small item will be shipped with a complimentary upgrade to trackable First Class on domestic (US) orders.. Reprint. Stapled Pages. Very Good. 6" x 9". Article Reprint.

$7.13

Ars ... ex Machina - Computer Art 1994 (Illustrated Calendar/Appointment Book)
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Ars ... ex Machina - Computer Art 1994 (Illustrated Calendar/Appointment Book)

By Contributing Artists: Randy Sowash, Dorothy Simpson Krause, Daniel Thalman, Nadia Magnenat Thalman, Allen Toney, Robert W. Hill, Joan Truckenbrod, Gary F. Clark, David Allen Parish, Anne Marie LeBlanc, Karin Schminke, Anne Farrell (others listed below)

Athens, Greece: Delta Computing, 1994. A cornucopia of computer-generated/enhanced artwork, each full-page image situated above weekly calendar pages (54+ images). There is a full 1994 calendar and daily planner in the front and a 1995 daily planner at the end. **Artists not listed above: David Scott Leibowitz, Greg Carter, Nancy P. Wilson, Terry Houseworth, Ian D. Entwistle, David J. Spohn, Victor Osaka, Rod Bradfield, Anna Ursyn, Joanna Morrison, Lynn Crimzon, Nance Paternoster, Victor Wong, Annette Weintraub, Hui-Chu Ying, and Don Woo (some contributors represented with more than one image). CONDITION: a bright, tight, square, unmarked copy with minimal shelf-wear (only some small corner scuffs). This handsome copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag.. Photo-Illustrated Hard Covers. Near Fine. 7.75" x 9.75". Art Book.

$16.63

Fulcrum - Number Five - an Annual of Poetry and Aesthetics - 2006
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Fulcrum - Number Five - an Annual of Poetry and Aesthetics - 2006

By Sean O'Riordan, Charles Baudelaire, Guillaume Apollinaire, Carlos Drummond, Arthur Rimbaud, Gerard Malanga, Marjorie Perloff, Pierre Joris, Renee Ashley, John Brooks Wheelwright, Malcolm Cowley, R.P. Blackmur, Dudley Fitts, and many other Contributors

Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA: Fulcrum, 2006. "A unique annual of literary and intellectual substance." Signed and Inscribed by Editor Philip Nikolayev. CONTENTS: See the three accompanying scan images of the Table of Contents. 544 pages. CONDITION: a bright, solid, square, unmarked, possibly unread Fine Minus copy with minimal shelf-wear and a small, ultra-faint back cover corner crease - its interior pristine. This beautiful copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag.. Large Softcover. Fine Minus. Illus. by e.e.cummings, Esther Pullman. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Journal.

$13.78

Entre Terre & Pierres [BOOK & COMPACT DISC]
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Entre Terre & Pierres [BOOK & COMPACT DISC]

By Paul Leroy, Marc, and Fabien Deflorenne, Coordinators

Grez-Doiceau, Belgium : Maelstrom - Reg'ART, 2008. A new, near-pristine copy of the introductory catalogue-announcement of the Belgian artistic movement "Reg'ART". It includes among its members artists in various disciplines: painters, poets, musicians, sculptors, writers, comedians, photographers, choreographers, dancers, composers, portraitists, filmmakers, designers, master glassmakers and ceramicists. The following artists are represented by brief biographical sketches and examples of their work: Altamirano Xavier (painter), Cordier Laurence (ceramist), Couteaux Isabelle (sculptor), Camus Lucienne (sculptor), d'Andrimont Marthe (painter), de Duve Ninon (painter), Depre Celine (plasticienne), de Vogelaere Jean-Philippe (poet-critic-journalist), de Bois de Vroylande Louise (painter), Dupont Pierre-Alain (photographer), Ganz Otto & Amatheu Catherine (plasticiens), Gillot Marc (composer-musician) [NOTE: The enclosed 27-minute CD contains his suite "The Fifth Element".], Jacqmain Danielle (poet), Lacroix Nicole (painter), Legrand Eveline (recitante), Leroy Paul (painter-poet-musician), Manesse Claude (painter), Vankrinkelveldt Marc (painter-sculptor), Nell Dominique (painter-sculptor), Neve de Mevergnies Catherine (portraitist), Nyst Christine (photographer), Nyst Genevieve (poet), Paul Chrystiane (aquarelle painter), Poreye Nicolas (sculptor-painter), Rahir Claude (painter-mosaic artist), Ann Schmitz (painter), Terlinden Stephane (ceramist), Tollet Joseph (aquarellist-poet), Thys Marie (sculptor), Tuerlings Gilbert (sculptor-glass artist), Van Ginneken Liesbeth (painter), Van Hove Marie (painter)Van Hulle-Verlant Celine (choreographer-dancer), Van Noppen Emmanuelle (painter of animals), Viesvil Jacques multi-artist), and Wiard Tinou (ceramist). . First Edition. Soft Cover. As New (Very Fine). Illus. by Pierre-Alain Dupont (photography). 8.25" x 8.25". Art Book & Compact Disc.

$35.63

EAR Magazine Special Publication: The Sun Times - June 1985
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EAR Magazine Special Publication: The Sun Times - June 1985

By Carol Tuynman, Editor; Marilyn Wood, Mimi Lobell, Charlie Morrow, Philip Dadson, Phyllis Yampolsky, Ken Hiratsuka, David Dalton, Skip La Plante, Wendy Chambers, R.I.P. Hayman, Frances Alenikoff, Pauline Oliveros

New York: New Wilderness Foundation, 1985. The legendary new-music journal EAR Magazine produced this newspaper-format publication for the 12th Annual New Wilderness Summer Solstice Celebration on June 21, 1985. CONTENTS: Fifth International Radio Solstice, Celebrate the Sun (Wood), Ancient Solstice Sites and Rites (Lobell), Sunchant (Morrow), The Sun Stands Still, Piece of My Heart: The Life and Times of Janis Joplin (Dalton), Gamelan Time, Sun Fun: Workshops Around the Sun; Calendar of Events. 16 oversize pages, generously illustrated in black-and-white. CONDITION: a bright, unmarked copy of this newspaper-format issue, with light shelf-wear and some sunning on the horizontal (secondary) fold. This exceedingly scarce issue is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Loose Folio (Newspaper Format). Very Good Plus. 11.25" x 17". Magazine.

$13.78

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