The Los Angeles Folk Art Museum is having an exhibit of Book Art. I went today and came out very inspired. First, a couple photos of the wonderful old houses near the museum.
There were all kinds and sizes of book art on display. The first is by Howard Marshall, and reflects his African American roots.
The next one was made by Susan Sironi, who used a surgical scalpel to carve out a delicate sculpture from a book.
This next one was photographed by the famous LA artist, Ed Ruscha. As you can see in the title, it is “Every Building on the Sunset Strip,” which is a very famous street in Hollywood.
The one below, was a book photographed by another famous LA artist, John Baldessari. Read the title, then check out the photo that follows.
A tiny box with rolled up newsprint.
I pulled out something I started a while back, all hand stitched, but never finished. The second photo shows what kind of detail I need to add to each square.
A look at the sky last night in front of my house.
“At any street corner, the feeling of absurdity can strike any man in the face.” Albert Camus
But I was not on a street corner. I was in my house, watching Donald Trump address Congress on TV.
Thank you for visiting. Enjoy your week.