Seattle: Chatwin Books, 2019. Color Illustrations. Second Edition. Paperback. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" New. Item #005494676
The newly-released 2nd edition, revised and expanded. Join us on a walk through the studio and mind of one of the Northwest's most prolific contemporary sculptors. Tom Small is known for his work in stone, glass and wood, in all sizes, from large public art projects, to sculpture on an intimate scale. "I want to know deep space and the secrets inside of things, and this means striving hard toward illumination. I make things out of stone, bronze, wood, and glass; I make steles, arches, basins, beings, totems, monsters, rivers, dancing bears, places to sit, spaceships, stars, explosions, celestial events, and they are all, always about how light moves through"-Tom Small The 170 pages of Stories in Stone and Light include well over 100 illustrations of finished sculptures, sketches, work in progress, and the artist in his studio. The text, edited by Cyra Jane Hobson, is drawn from interviews with the artist.