Recovered by BINDER #8 Poetry, Language, Thought by Martin Heidegger (tr. Albert Hofstadter) Heidegger (1971), First Perennial Classics Edition (2001) Artist’s Statement: Highly influential essays originating in a close study… Read More»
Recovered by BINDER #7 The Orb Weaver by Robert Francis Wesleyan University Press, Third printing: 1967 (first printed in 1960) Artist’s Statement: I recently discovered the poetry of Robert Francis (1901-1987),… Read More»
Recovered by BINDER #6You Don’t Miss Your Water by Cornelius EadyNew York, Henry Holt (1995)Artist’s Statement: You Don’t Miss Your Water is a series of poems that makes up a… Read More»
Recovered by BINDER #5 Why Not Eat Insects? by Vincent M. Holt British Museum (1888) Artist’s Statement: This book was designed 20 years ago at the beginning of my career… Read More»
Recovered by BINDER #3 The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum Dover Publications, Inc (1960) Artist’s Statement: I took a paperback of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and bound… Read More»
Recovered by BINDER #2 The Complete Book of Beer Drinking Games by Andy Griscom, Ben Rand, and Scott Johnston original publisher, Mustang Publishing; 4th Revised ed. edition (July 27, 1999)… Read More»
Recovered by BINDER #1 Seventeen by Booth Tarkington original publisher, Grosset & Dunlap, 1915-16 Artist’s Statement: This is one of 40-some books I have “saved” from a landfill fate. In… Read More»
Everyone in the Charlottesville-Albemarle community is invited to participate in this collaborative public art project with visiting printmaker Amos Paul Kennedy Jr., our inaugural Frank Riccio Artist in Residence.