How do you style your art? I like to compose with personal effects that are meaningful to me, a jolt of color, and scavenged pieces. Instead of hanging a print, I might use an easel or prop it on a shelf. Here, showcasing Moonching Wu's Five Elements: Fire Print wittily interspersed with the head of my father-in-law who was a heavy smoker. The metal print doesn't require a frame,so it props nicely on the easel. See more metal prints at: http://www.nausetpress.com/#!moonching-wu/c647
Eliot Markell’s Fine Art Prints now at Nauset Press. http://www.nausetpress.com/#!product/prd1/2855079271/foggy-fjord
Miniature Monday! This is Pepys Pops Up: Moving events from the diary of Samuel Pepys, Esq. 1660-1667. Poole Press, 1986.
"Designed, engineered, letterpress printed, assembled, and hand-bound by Maryline Poole Adams in an edition of 40 copies." Leatherbound, intricate pop-up and movable miniature book. Contains letterpress text of diary entries, printed line drawings and selective hand-colored images. Issued in a wooden box with printed slide off lid.
Thanks to our graduate fellow Laura Hampton for gif-ing this one.
Pictures Plus Gallery - 115 Hyde Park Blvd. - Houston, TX 77006
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Artist Moonching Wu is also a Chinese Medicine practitioner. See her artwork at http://www.nausetpress.com/#!product/prd1/985015834/five-elements-set-of-5-prints-moonching-wu
What does a #stinkhorn have to do with dead stuff? Check it out here: Dead Stuff book by Linda Neaman http://amzn.to/1dDBnls
Outtake from #amiunderground book. http://www.nausetpress.com/#!book-shop-/cnec
Three Nauset Press titles now available at Berl’s poetry in DUMBO. Or online http://www.nausetpress.com/#!book-shop-/cnec
New archival limited edition prints by Julie Peppito up on Nauset Press. Peppito recycles found materials to spin gold from dross, creating beautifully complex artworks. http://www.nausetpress.com/#!shop/crgb
Ami Underground - Drawings from the NYC Subway. Close to 2000 drawings of the people and places that I encountered riding the train from Brooklyn to Manhattan. This spawned a book (available on Amazon!), a short documentary, and several art shows. The complete catalog of drawings are available here.
Also on Tumblr.