Accordion Press Collections

House of Possibility is the fifth of a series of collaboratively made books designed, bound and hand-printed by Regula Russelle and CB Sherlock. The beautiful poems of place and vocation were entrusted to the artists by author, Joyce Sutphen. Responding to Regula's vision and inspired poetry selection, CB's simply imagry conveys horizon, pulse and script. Illustrating the entwining metaphores of the poems, pleasing to the hand, eye and soul.

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Portraits and poems on kinship circle: Something beautiful for free

A handmade book or print can be expensive, and not everyone steps into
a gallery to see a show. With this project, we took our work into the streets.

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The essay Putting Tomatoes By was written by Minnesota Author Paul Gruchow. It is a collections of stories about tomatoes. 

"When all the jars were sparkling in a row, I sat in a chair at the kitchen table, feeling pleasantly weary, and admired them some more from a little distance, the rosy summation of a good day's work" 

 

 

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The book black, brown, yellow, pale is a homage to Walt Whitman's dream for America. It's poem is written by John Krumberger.

The lyrical imagery refers to rides in an amusement park. The book mimics a carousel.

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