SENTENCES: WORDS SPOKEN IN PRISON TO AN ARTIST
A Mono-Print Pop-UP Sculpture - 1991
Page 1: "This place changes you."
Page 2: "Gangs and guns. That's the way I saw people making it so that's what I did."
Page 3: "She tried to escape to get caught. She has AIDS. Here she has medical care and a roof over her head. So now she'll do more time."
WHY THE REVOLVING DOOR: THE NEIGHBORHOOD, THE PRISONS
A Mono-Print Pop-UP Sculpture - 1992
Page 1: List of places homeless were seen in one day in my neighborhood.
Page 2: "All the men in my neighborhood have guns."
2018. Signed, edition of 20.
In the collection of The Getty Research Institute, the Skidmore College Scribner Library Special Collections and Thompson Giroux Gallery
Charbonnel Aqua Wash Inks on Black Arches Cover.
KATRINA Artist book - 2007
The Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library. Duke University.
Artist book edition of 3
Four bound books of rose drawings on color aid papers.
Each book includes petals and cuttings from my rose bushes.
The drawings are of everything about my roses minus the rose petals. Each drawing highlights the green leaves and thorny stems.
The Sojourn of the Girl Child.
One of a kind artist book. 2020
Skidmore College, Scribner Library, Special Collections