James Surls: From the Heartland
Grace Museum, 2009 - Art - 167 pages
For over 40 years, American artist James Surls (born 1943) has used sculpture and drawing as a personal language to document his life journey. This award-winning oversize monograph, designed by Don Quaintance and marking an exhibition at The Grace Museum in Texas, documents Surls' 2005-2008 work, created in response to his move from Texas to Colorado.
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