Unravelling the ripple

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Pocketbooks, 2001 - Art - 1 pages
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A portrait of a Hebridean tideline on the island of Muck, this beautiful book unfolds as a single photgraphic image flowing through the textures and rhythms of sand, wrack and wave. "Unravelling the Ripple" by book artist Helen Douglas unfolds page by page, charting the physical, sensual and imaginative depths of the place where land and sea meet. Through her intimate feeling for the materials at hand on one beach, Douglas allows the sea to pulse and contract, and reveal a secret narrative, journeying through the markings of the sand, into tidal pools and wave-crashed rocks. With her verve and her loving artistic eye, Douglas reveals something beneath the surface of these elemental forces.

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