Title: Tammy Garcia, Form without Boundaries
Publisher: Irving, TX: Tapestry Press in collaboration with Blue Rain Gallery
Publication Date: 2003
Book Condition: New
Dust Jacket Condition: New
Edition: 1st Edition
192 p. This is a stunning book of stunning art from perhaps the best of the modern American potters (an artist who has expanded her work to sculpture, jewelry, totems, wall art, and combinations of forms). All of her work is multidimensional and, although modern, is true to the history of the fine Pueblo potters and artists of the past and to the Native American beliefs and traditions they have celebrated. She is a member of the Santa Clara Pueblo. The book is printed on high-quality glossy paper with full-color illustrations. Black cloth hard cover with silver title; dust jacket. Octavo (12" x 10"), fine. Heavy and oversize, extra postage may be required. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-14980098841
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