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The Coloring Book for Big Girls
by Sudie Rakusin
Published by Winged Willow Press
Winged Willow Press: “A delightful adult book filled with 25 detailed pen and ink drawings(…) The messages in the drawings and captions suggest a love of nature and animals. All creatures are instilled with a deeply spiritual sense of purpose and value. The women, depicted in every size, shape and color, are beautiful, strong and joyful. The absence of any sort of species hierarchy inspires awareness and understanding. Learn the lessons of surrender and magic from the wind or fire, from a poppy or willow. Learn the teachings of the leopard, wolf, swan and dog. Savor the importance of dance and music to the soul”.
Second Coloring Book For Big Girls: Spirits & Goddesses
by Sudie Rakusin
Publisher: Winged Willow Press
Los Angeles Lesbian Arts, Cultures in Contention
Editor: Arlene Raven
Kahn & Neumaier, eds. Seattle: The Real Comet Press
Seven Scottish Artists: Pat Douthwaite, Fiona Geddes, Carole Gibbons, Jacki Parry, June Redfern, Merilyn Smith, Kate Whiteford
ISBN/ASIN : 0906474175
Third Eye Centre (Glasgow)
To the River
June Redfern, Lynn Macritchie (Editor)
Publisher: Third Eye Centre (Glasgow)
The Scottish Bestiary
A group portfolio of 20 prints by 7 artists
Artists: John Bellany, Steven Campbell, Peter Howson, Jack Knox, Bruce Mclean, June Redfern, Adrian Wiszniewski.
Box and a book version with the addition of 19 poems and prose texts by George Mackay Brown. Edition size, 60 unbound books signed by the author and artist on the colophon page and 50 portfolio sets, each print signed and numbered by the artist.
Sheet size 56 x 38cm for the book version and 56.5 x 76 cm for the portfolio version. Technique: Screenprinting, etching, woodcut and lithography.
Paragon Press, 1986
Miroir aux Androgynes
konkursbuch Verlag Claudia Gehrke
Rowley, Jane (ed.)
Lost and Found: Queerying the Archive
edited by Mathias Danbolt, Jane Rowley & Louise Wolthers
Published by Museum Tusculanums Forlag, 2010
Museum Tusculanums Forlag on the book: “The publication Lost and Found: Queerying the Archive presents a series of original queer theoretical and artistic contributions relating the archive and writing of history to gender and sexuality. What gets forgotten in history writing, what has been forgotten in archives, and what is excluded from cultural canons? Lost and Found investigates how experiences and histories not shared and lived by the majority are remembered and told in an alternative language.”
The book presents art “works by the artists Elmgreen & Dragset (DK/NO), Tejal SHah (IN), Conny Karlsson (SE), Cecilia Barriga (CHI), Flemming Rolighed (DK), Aleesa Cohene (CA), Mary Coble (US), Kimberley Austin (US), Al Masson (DK/FR), Heidi LUnabba (FI) and Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay (CA).”
NB! The fact that an artist is mentioned in this website it is of course no guaranty that she will be lesbian, bisexual or queer tomorrow, nor that the authors of the above books are “out and proud” in their writings…