- Ink and watercolor on handmade, all cotton Indian paper.
- Floated and framed in natural maple with UV-protectant plexiglass.
- David Coggins is an award-winning writer, artist and set designer. His paintings, drawings and collages have been exhibited in Paris, London and Santiago, Chile as well as in U.S. galleries. Most recently, he is the author of two illustrated memoirs: Paris in Winter and Blue. Other books include The Nostalgic Heart, a travel memoir that received an Independent Publisher Book Award, and Eden Summer Collages, an illustrated nature diary. His eight-volume set The Daybooks, published under the pseudonym Robert Carolina, is in the permanent collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Coggins has designed for a number of U.S. theaters, including Théâtre de la Jeune Lune, Guthrie Theater and La Jolla Theater. His set for “The Deception" was chosen for “From the Edge," a U.S. exhibition on performance design that toured New York, Prague, and Moscow. He lives in Minneapolis.
12.25" x 15.75"
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