About the Book
This handsome large-format book is a retrospective look at the career of one of America's most unusual, and independent woman artists. A painter dissatisfied with the limitations of brushes and canvas, who traded her easel for the power and challenge of working on steel in industrial enamel plants to create oversized images and murals that expressed, and helped define the spirit of postwar American art. This book from Western Eye Press is sold with an archival giclée print of one of Johns' signature images. After purchasing this hardback edition (offered only on premium paper) you should contact Western Eye Press in Sedona (by email or phone) so that we can ship you the accompanying print.
Western Eye Press is a small independent publisher (very small and very independent) with a home base in the Colorado Rockies and an office in Sedona Arizona. We have an eclectic list of titles: photo books, primarily western and South American landscape work, and artists' books and monographs (naturally created through blurb-com, but also available as eBOOKs), plus skiing and ski-instruction books and videos, and most recently, filling out the literary end of our offering, fiction and poetry. You will find a full catalog on our books on our WesternEyePress.com web site.