Dust of the Sun

Edith Pahlke

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Dust of the Sun

  Author:   Edith Pahlke    
  Publisher:  Nevermore Press

Dust of the Sun, taking its name from a translated line of poetry found among the many works herein, documents the extraordinary linocuts of artist Edith Pahlke.

With language and letterforms as her muse, Pahlke designed and meticulously cut this work in the 1960s and ’70s, printing much of it in her makeshift kitchen studio. Feeling simultaneously of its time and place and of the present day, Palhke’s multiples and monoprints have gone mostly without formal recognition for decades, but are sure to find a home in the hearts of printmakers and graphic artists alike.

Details and Specs
ISBN associated with this title: 9781777554972
Item NVR016
PublisherNevermore Press
PublisherNevermore Press
Published on May 1 2024
Language ENG
Pages 80
Format Hardcover
Dimensions10(in) x 8(in)
Shipping weight0(g)
Edith Pahlke was born in Berlin, Germany in 1936 and has spent her life as a traveller and artist, with a love for letters, language, art, and reading. After her studies in fine art printmaking and graphic design at Hamburg?s Hochschule für bildende Künste, she lived in Iceland and eventually moved to Ottawa, Canada where she lived and worked for more than 40 years. She now resides in Nova Scotia to be close to her daughter and grandson.