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Publisher Description

This interactive book presents many of the canvasses comprising Margaret Evangeline’s latest sequence of paintings: We Thought We Were Drowning, But It Was Only Love. 



Essays by Dominigue Nahas and Lilly Wei, as well as the artist’s own text shed light on the deep literary, philosophical and historical currents that lay beneath the surface of the paintings, leading the viewer on a rich visual journey. 


In a video interview filmed at her studio, Evangeline shares her early memories and the experiences which continue to influence her artistic exploration. 


Margaret Evangeline is a New York-based, Louisiana-born artist working in multiple mediums. She is the recipient of grants and awards, including the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant and a New York Foundation for the Arts Grant. Her work has been featured in Art in America, The New York Times, ArtNews, The New Yorker and many other publications, as well as being exhibited both nationally and internationally.


Elizabeth Beecher Publishing is the leader in innovative digital Fine Art and Photography publications. Pioneering the latest software, our designers bring you an all new art experience, incorporating multi-touch technology, video and audio clips and scrolling galleries of artworks to enable users to interact with and immerse themselves in the artwork from multiple perspectives.

GENRE
Arts & Entertainment
RELEASED
2013
December 5
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
65
Pages
PUBLISHER
Elizabeth Beecher Publishing
SELLER
Kathryn E Roberts
SIZE
207
Mb

Customer Reviews

DiscoverNewArt ,

Gorgeous and moving

I'm a big fan of Cy Twombly so the cover of this book immediately caught my attention. After I downloaded it and saw the depth and variety of this series of work I was thrilled. While at first glance the style may look repetitive each time I view the book different paintings capture my attention and draw me in, pulling me into their depths in a meditative way that goes beyond the surface of the canvas - just as the title would suggest.
I will definitely look for an opportunity to view these works in person as well as exploring Margaret's other art.