Let My Name Not Be Wanderer
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Let My Name Not Be Wanderer


acrylic, photo transfer, colored pencil, and pen on paper, hand bound with waxed embroidery floss, binder’s board and cotton cover

28 pages, 9 x 6″

This is a single edition artist book made during pregnancy and the first year of life with my daughter. The book format was accessible in a period when I could only work for small increments at a time, and in it I developed a set of symbols that I could use across all my work. Let My Name Not Be Wanderer is an exploration of my internal landscape – the sense that I have wandered through a wasteland for years.