Jacqueline Maasch was born and raised in Maine. She will be attending Smith College in the fall.
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This is such a great book. Watts work is wonderful as always, but Jackie Maasch has given it a voice. A very thoughtful and telling collaboration. Bravo to both!
Great book. I am so glad to have this opportunity to vote for you.
Being already quite familiar with the Pea Field series, I feel it unfair to comment on the artwork or the artist, other than to say that this series was BEGGING to be made into a book, from its square format to its inherent lyricism and I am pleased to see it finally realized in this form. That said, I believe this book is quite successful in presenting the ideas of the artist without alienating the reader/viewer with a ton of theoretical artspeak. I love eavesdropping on the conversation, but also not having full access speaks to the editor's voice here as well, for what she chooses to exclude becomes as important as what she chooses to reveal. And, in the end, I am left wanting more, which is the best thing I can say about any book on any topic.
ah, my friend bum steer, barn door, howsyour father ok is back again .. i just can't get over that name name ... gobsmack in youreye