January 30, 2010

Calliope's Nest

This piece of mine ran in the NY Times last week. I thought I'd better write about it a bit, because I'm getting an uncommon amount of requests for prints.

It was about reading being such a private and personal pursuit. The idea came from my childhood. I would occasionally climb up a russian olive tree in my yard to read when I didn't want to be bothered.

Giclee prints are available on 10x8 somerset velvet. Image size is about 9x6.
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1 comment:

Elsa May said...

Oh what a lovely illustration! And I love the idea of climbing a tree to read - I used to hide away behind curtains on a window seat.