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1. Felt (all contact leaves a trace), by Martin Eduardo Casuso Felt (all contact leaves a trace), by Martin Eduardo Casuso 2006 Florida Artists' Books Prize ["Polyester felt, vintage wood yarn, dymo-lettering, found button, wood dowel, elastic thread". - [Colophon] - "Loosely constructed as a scroll, Felt… is made up of seventy-three felt panels each with...

2. Gone, by Rosemarie Chiarlone Gone, by Rosemarie Chiarlone 2006 Florida Artists' Books Prize [Polyester pelon cloth pages, human hair, cotton and polyester threads. - #1 of an edition of 3. - "Gone" deals with losses in our world, Earth, using [an] analogy to personal loss through the use of human...

3. Faith is spent one night after another, by Elizabeth Mirabal Faith is spent one night after another, by Elizabeth Mirabal 2006 Florida Artists' Books Prize ["#1 of 2, [signed in pencil] Elizabeth Mirabal" - Colophon. - "This book is a view into a movie set, red carpet glamour, and a Hollywood dream. This is a glimpse into the artist's Hollywood obsession....

4. It's All About You!, by Celeste Pierson It's All About You!, by Celeste Pierson 2006 Florida Artists' Books Prize ["A book of mirrors and text. Two in the edition. Completed in Sept. 2006" - Artist's statement]

5. Hard to swallow: Jordan G. Lueke: 04/27/1976-01/16/2006, by Tennille Davis Shuster Hard to swallow: Jordan G. Lueke: 04/27/1976-01/16/2006, by Tennille Davis Shuster 2006 Florida Artists' Books Prize ["Hard to swallow, was created using Xerox transfer on 20 lb exp multiuse paper , empty vegetable capsules and recycled prescription bottles with adhesive labels. -- #4 of an edition of 10" - Colophon....

6. Website: Development of the Artist's Book Website: Development of the Artist's Book 2006 Florida Artists' Books Prize Web article about the development of the Artist's Book. "What is a book? Traditionally the book form has been associated with the codex, a textblock of folded signatures, sewn to some kind of support with...

7. Blindspin, by Andrew Binder Blindspin, by Andrew Binder 2006 Florida Artists' Books Prize [" Blindspin: 1 of [an edition] of 2. Ink jet prints w/string and ribbon" - Artist's statement. - "The artists' book: Blindspin was printed on an Hp 2175 Docucenter and an Epson 2200 printer. The term...

8. Picnic in your DREAMS, by Thery McKinney Picnic in your DREAMS, by Thery McKinney 2006 Florida Artists' Books Prize ["In the tradition of carrying books on the body, this book of books is not for the pocket, this is to be worn around the neck - hence this is a collar book. Its structure is a variation of the meander,...

9. The journey: a proverbial meander, by Thery McKinney The journey: a proverbial meander, by Thery McKinney 2006 Florida Artists' Books Prize ["This fabric book is based on the meander book structure. Beads and embellishments were added to the fabric as well as permanent pigmented and archival inks and paints used for original calligraphy and...

10. Water Rising, by Lea Nickless Water Rising, by Lea Nickless 2006 Florida Artists' Books Prize ["Lea Nickless, 2007, inkjet print, watercolor and graphite on Rives BFK, #1 of 5, [signed] Lea Nickless" – colophon. – "This book is based on one of my watercolor paintings and brings it into the...
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