Looking for unique handmade gifts for the holidays?
Consider an award-winning Library Fellows’ artist’s book!
What is the Library Fellows Artist Book Program?
The Library Fellows Program was established in 1989 to encourage and support the creation of artists’ books by women artists and to benefit the Betty Boyd Dettre Library and Research Center. The Fellows’ contributions are used to produce an artist’s book in a limited edition of 125 copies.
The winning artists keep 25 copies as a form of remuneration for their creative efforts. The remaining copies are sold, and the proceeds benefit the Library and Research Center.
Copies of many previous books are available for sale—some at over 75% off the original prices. Availability cannot be guaranteed for long, since these are limited-edition works.
How may I purchase a limited-edition Library Fellows Artist’s Book?
Before purchasing, you can view descriptions of each book in the online brochure and high-resolution photos here. If you are visiting the museum, you may request to see a sample of a book at either the Betty Boyd Dettre Library and Research Center or the Museum Shop.
For more information or to purchase:
Goldilocks: $75 (was $395) Click here for more images!
Thoughts on Color, Color of Thoughts: $35 (was $300) Click here for more images!
streets of used to be: $75 (was $275) Click here for more images!
Quercus Psalter: $50 (was $127.50) Click here for more images!