The Naive Art of Abandonment

Books Ruined

The Art of Abandonment, photography by Walter Arnold (Walter Arnold Photography, 2015)--signed by artist

Naive Art in the West, Urban, Southern, and Rural: The Works of Sidney Kelsie, George Markel, and Martin Schatz, text by Stefan Czernecki and Timothy Rhodes (Winnipeg, Manitoba: Hyperion Press, 1991)

Two Hundred Years of English Naive Art: 1700-1900 by James Ayres (Alexandria, Virginia: Art Services International, 1990)

Raw Creation: Outsider Art and Beyond by John Maizels, with an introduction by Roger Cardinal (London: Phaidon Press, 1996)

Toys and Games by William C. Ketcham, Jr. (Washington, DC: Cooper-Hewitt, 1981)

Art at the Turn of the Millennium, ed. Burkhard Riemschneider and Uta Grosenick, with text by Lars Bang Larsen, Christoph Blase, Yilmaz Dziewior, Jean-Michel Ribettes, Raimar Stange, Susanne Titz, Jan Verwoert, Astrid Wege (Köln: Taschen, 1999)

Glamour Intrnational, No. 9 and No. 11 (1987)

FMR International, Nos 85, 86, 87 (1997)

The Vikings by Howard La Fay, photographed by Ted Spiegel, illustrated by Louis S. Glanzman, foreword by Arne Emil Christensen, Jr. (Washington, DC: National Geographic, 1972)

Dane Goodman, Keith Puccinelli: The Trace Prints Project, Jane Deering Gallery, Santa Barbar, March 5-30, 2013

Meet Kit: An American Girl by Valerie Tripp, illustrations by Walter Rane, vignettes by Susan McAliley (Middletown, WI: American Girl, 2000)

Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi, illustrated by Greg Hildebrandt (New Jersey: Unicorn Publishing House, 1986)

Number Five Joy Street by Walter de la Mare, Compton Mackenize, Rose Fyleman, et al. (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1927)

12.25" x 9.25"
2019
"I have abandonment issues" (7)
"While creating artistic images is a solo venture, a project like this involves the efforts and assistance of many individuals." (125)
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