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Artist Cards from Holidays Past
Trim: 8" x 9"
Illustrations: 85 color images
Of all the artists who have called Santa Fe home, Gustave Baumann is among the most beloved. For nearly five decades beginning in 1918, the renowned printmaker cultivated friendships with other art colonists that were full of the colorful, artistic, humorous, small town flavor brought to life in this delightful collection of holiday cards the artists made for each other and their families.rnrnB.J.O. Nordfeldt, Ernest Blumenschein, Will Shuster, Doel Reed, Willard Nash, and John Sloan, and many more, join Baumann in the Christmas and New Year greeting cards assembled here that range from satirical and whimsical to humorous and hopeful, with commentary about the current state of the world or the artist’s place in the world. Woodcuts, photo-engraving, lithography, etching—the hand-drawn, hand-printed and hand-colored cards show off the personalities of the artists and how the events of the world around them touched their lives in personal, often bemused ways.rn
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Trim: 10.75" x 9"
Illustrations: 125 color plates
This book depicts Baumann's woodcut prints of the great landscapes of the Southwest, the Pacific Coast, Grand Canyon, and scenes of the artist colony days in Santa Fe.
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Voices of Culture and Habitat
Trim: 9" x 7"
This book and CD package is based on interviews of key figures in the land usage rights movement.
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Balancing the World: Featuring the Robert M. Zingg Collection of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
Trim: 11" x 9"
Illustrations: 134 color and 70 black-and-white photographs
The indigenous Huichols of western Mexico have retained their unique culture and arts that predate Spanish contact. Huichol Art and Culture includes images of a vast array of Huichol art.
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Learning to Make the Perfect Pie, Sing When You Need To, and Find the Way Home with farmer Evelyn
Trim: 8" x 8"
Illustrations: 38 color plates
Don't let the quaint and homespun title fool you. This book is a beautifully written and engaging homage to Evelyn Curtis Losack, a woman farmer and water rights activist from Corrales, New Mexico, a small community on the northern outskirts of Albuquerque. Through the sensitive journalist eye of writer/photographer Stacia Braude-Spragg, this book is a personal introduction to a life well lived, one with conviction, which will have universal appeal.
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The I Ching
Trim: 11.5" x 8.5"
Illustrations: 64 duotones
Provides a photographic interpretation of the Chinese Oracle with sixty-four duotone landscape portraits.
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Trim: 12" x 10"
Illustrations: 180 duotones
In New Mexico Light takes you to 111 different spiritual locations in and around Santa Fe, places only encountered in myths or dreams.
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Photographing the 1776 Spanish Expedition Through the Southwest
Trim: 9" x 11"
Illustrations: 145 duotone photographs, 5 maps
Two photographers recreate a visual record of the 18th century friars and search for a route from New Mexico to California.
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The Art of David Bradley
Trim: 11" x 11"
Illustrations: 75 color plates
"My paintings are socio-political statements. Because of their history and their current problems, Indian people are political by definition. I perceive myself both as an artist and an Indian rights activist, inviting collectors and art lovers to reconsider history and contemporary society."- David Bradley
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The Man from Mesilla
Trim: 9" x 6"
Illustrations: 12 color and 55 black-and-white photographs
A biography of one of New Mexico's most distinguished citizens as it recounts the life of the legislator, educator, community leader, and arts patron.