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189 BERKELEY SUMMER SESSIONS 2001:
First printing of 1400 of which 125 copies are signed 1 - 125; 5 are signed as dedication copies. There are no progressives and no artist's proofs.
January 30, 2001 4 color process from brush and ink line drawing, colored in Photoshop and submitted electronically to the University of California Printing Services. 18-3/4" x 23-7/8"
Client: U C Berkeley Summer Sessions
Model: Cybele Leverett
Dedication copies: Elise Evans, Cybele Leverett, Sarah Leverett, two signed without dedication. All copies signed in ink.
Annihilating all that's made
To a green thought in a green shade.
-- Andrew Marvell (1621 - 1678) "The Garden" [1650 - 1652]
The quiet eucalpyus grove, dark and cool, jealously allows nothing to grow within but itself. Carpeted with strips of bark and fallen leaves, susseration of leaves and soft dry creaking of branches shuts out the world. A good place to read, though the peaceful cathedral dimness lends itself more to reverie than study.
Set adrift on a sea of dreams, the unmoored mind floats through visions of futures vague and wondrous; tomorrows tumble and coalesce like fat summer clouds, then all disperses into thin transparent air and the dreamer makes fast her gossamer ship in the port of today and its never-finished work.