Dances through Glass by Polly Norman
A 25-Year Retrospective of Work by Photographer and Painter Polly Norman
In her book, Polly Norman shares her struggle with manic depression and her passion for dance, both of which allowed her to create abstract images that “dance.”
Norman’s process is of her own invention. She shoots objects placed behind architectural glass block in black and white. On select pieces an additional layer of imagery is created with materials of various translucencies. Many are also painted to add color.
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First 100 copies sold include a limited edition archival watercolor print signed and numbered by the artist.
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11 x 12 trim size
88 pages, Smyth sewn hardcover with jacket and blind embossed title, printed in Canada in full color on 100-pound Garda Silk, 44 images
A V A N T Circle Publishing