|Jain, Heather Whitmore; Bishop, Janet. Childhood Imagery from the Logan Collection: The Darker Side of Playland. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 2000. Unmarked. Bumped corner. Very Good. Paperback. (#31321) $12.00
Exhibition catalog (Sept 1, 2000–Jan 2, 2001).
Includes Janet Bishop conversation with Kent and Vicki Logan. Essay by Heather Whitmore Jain. Color Plates.
|Babcock, Michael. Susan Seddon Boulet: The Goddess Paintings. Pomegranate Art Books, 1994. ISBN: 1566409578. Unmarked.Very Good. Paperback. (#31311) $15.00
Born in Brazil of English parents who had emigrated there from South Africa, the love of fairy tales and fantasy that she developed in her early childhood were later be revealed in Boulet’s painting. She uses subtle colors and a unique fusion of forms to reflect the magical and spiritual powers of shamans. Set against Babcock’s backdrop of history, mythology, and psychology, Boulet’s luminous paintings of Psyche, Athena, Gaia, and forty-two other goddesses come to vibrant life. These paintings are among the best-known and most highly regarded of the artist’s oeuvre.
Beautifully illustrated in color. Text by Michael Babcock. 127p. Measures 9×12 inches.
|Leavitt, Ruth (editor). Artist and Computer. Harmony Books, 1976. ISBN: 0517527871. Ex-library. Appears unmarked. Bumped corner. Good. Hardcover. (#31273)
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Extraordinary glimpse into early artworks composed with the computer. 35 artists, over 160 illustrations, with 6 in full-color. Artists include Ben F. Laposky, Vera Molnar, Edward Zajec, Kenneth Knowlton, Karen E. Huff, Lillian Schwartz, and Christopher W. Tyler. Each artist’s work is accompanied by a statement.