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Figure 1 Publishing Complete Catalogue Oct 2016

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    Distributor: Raincoast Book Distribution Limited Supplies to:CA Availability: Available Excluding:Jun 17, 2020 On Sale Date:Jul 07, 2014 Carton Quantity:18 $29.95 CAD
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Susan Point
Works On Paper
By (author): Dale Croes By (author): Susan Point By (author): Gary Wyatt
9780991858897 Paperback, Trade English ART / Native American Jul 07, 2014 Print Run: 3500
$29.95 CAD
Out of stock indefinitely 8.56 x 9.97 x 0.67 in | 870 gr 208 pages Figure 1 Publishing
A gorgeous collection of prints by one of the Northwest's leading artists Over the past thirty years Susan Point has become the preeminent Coast Salish artist of her generation, exploring many different modern and traditional themes in a wide variety of media. She has received major public commissions in her home province of British Columbia as well as throughout the Northwest coast, the traditional territory of her people, creating extraordinary monumental sculptures that grace important public buildings. Her glass sculptures are collected around the world. This is the first book devoted exclusively to her works on paper. Over the past thirty years Point has been an innovator in printmaking, adapting traditional Coast Salish themes to modern art techniques, translating the heritage of her culture to the wider world while creating a body of work that appeals to art collectors from around the globe. Her synthesis of contemporary and traditional styles has resulted in a formidable artistic accomplishment. This beautifully designed volume collects 160 of her prints together for the first time and is sure to inspire and amaze those who see it.

Susan A. Point is a Coast Salish artist from the Musqueam Band. Musqueam is situated on the banks near the mouth of the Fraser River, within what is now metropolitan Vancouver. She has immersed herself in the study of traditional Coast Salish art and culture and emerged with a language of design both authentic and vibrantly contemporary in nature. Her works can now be found worldwide. Dale Croes received his Ph.D.from Washington State University, and continues as an Adjunct Faculty. He specializes in archaeological excavations of well-preserved wood/fiber artifacts from Northwest waterlogged/wet sites. He has published books and over 50 articles on sites he has excavated, including the Ozette, Hoko River, Sunken Village and Qwu?gwes. He lives in Olympia, Washington. Gary Wyatt is one of Canada's foremost experts on art of the Northwest Coast and the co-owner of Spirit Wrestler Gallery, Vancouver's leading gallery of First Nations art. He lives in Vancouver.

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