A catalog of works by Donald Farnsworth exhibited at the Fresno Art Museum. Farnsworth's large scale prints on paper and canvas combine extraordinarily detailed, hyper-realistic images of specimens from the natural world with text from Charles Darwin's Origin of Species, inviting the viewer to consider the dual roles of observation and belief in humanity's understanding of its own origins. Includes an essay by Nick Stone and a foreword by the artist.
Magnolia Editions is a fine art print studio in Oakland, California. For more than twenty years, Magnolia has specialized in experimental and unorthodox projects, working closely with artists to produce and publish print multiples, unique artist's prints, works on paper, and textiles. The studio provides artists with technical expertise and access to a handmade papermaking facility, etching presses, a powerful automated cutting machine, and large scale pigment-based electronic printing processes. As the resident writer at Magnolia Editions, Nick Stone has produced books and commentary for artists such as Chuck Close, Alex Katz, Hung Liu, and Squeak Carnwath. Stone's most recent publications outside of Magnolia include a feature article in First Person magazine reviewing William Kentridge's "Five Themes" survey at SFMOMA and an essay, "Talk About Your Body Electric," in Deborah Oropallo's latest catalog, Pomp.
What the Wild Things Ate Published October 27, 2010
Chinese Peking Opera Masks Published April 09, 2010
Chuck Close : Tapestries Published October 23, 2009
The Magnolia Tapestry Project Published October 20, 2009
Tapestries Donald & Era Farnsworth Published June 09, 2009
Mildred Howard Published May 01, 2008
George Miyasaki Published December 21, 2007
Daughters of China Published November 21, 2007