The Fourth Corner Foundation
Recovering academic Charles Norris-Brown will be showing children's book illustrations from two books. The display of pen/brush and ink drawings for Thunder Basin, a graphic novel in progress, will share the thought process behind the story of a girl, her cellphone and a coyote as well as text which outlines how it is being developed as an experiment in an open source (Creative Commons) creative strategy. The original finished illustrations from his book Did Tiger Take the Rain? will be shown. This book is already out there under a Creative Commons license. The open source strategy is a new paradigm in its infancy and the show will focus on the logic and process behind it through the eyes of these two books.
Plus a group show featuring a collaboration between photographer Lawrence Lindner and painter Robert Foote Shannon.
Several other artists are represented as well including Amy Pressman.
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