I have been a big fan of Raylene R. Gorum’s sketchbooks for quite a while now. So much, that I asked her if she had prints for sale. We ended up doing a swap: a swissmiss print for a sketchbook print. I was obviously delighted to discover that she has come out with a book featuring some of her earlier sketchbooks:
A book within a book, culled from five years of sketchbooking. All works siphoned from the world around Raylene; a manner of dialoguing with art exhibits, books, fossils, architecture templates, food wrappers, RV culture, love, cats, photography, sake, childbirth, cities, graphics, origami, tape, people on the street and landscape.