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1. Erosion, by Charlotte Maloney Erosion, by Charlotte Maloney 2006 Florida Artists' Books Prize ["Watercolor paper, inks, mixed media. Pop-up, paper engineering, relief paper sculpture [that] folds into a book". - Artist's statement]

2. 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...

3. Travel in my World, by Charlotte Maloney Travel in my World, by Charlotte Maloney 2006 Florida Artists' Books Prize ["Description: artist, Charlotte Maloney. Materials: watercolor paper and inks. Size: 6" high x 24" wide x 6" deep". Sculptural book…" - Artist's statement]

4. 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...

5. 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...
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