Shows the creation of the Seshat work. The paintings and sculpture have been inspired by mysticism and alchemy through the lens of Seshat, the ancient Egyptian goddess of writing and, in a broader sense, the Scribe archetype. In these works, Stumpf deals directly with the process of transformation. This book includes both in-process and final images of each of the 9 pieces and an essay by Stephanie Grilli.
Known for her abstract and complex use of non-traditional materials, Stumpf's work is imbued with mythic and historic figures, sacred texts and alchemy. Brenda Stumpf (b. Parma, OH 1972) is a visual artist based in Denver, Colorado. She studied at the Columbus College of Art and Design from 1991 to 1993. She has been exhibiting her work nationally and abroad for over 18 years and currently her work resides in over 250 private collections.