Thoreau and Walden Pond re-imagined in Walden, revisited


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William Cordova
somewhat as intangible and indescribable as the tints (h.d.t.) (from the synecdoche suite)
8 ½ x 12 inches
graphite, ink transfer, collage on reclaimed file folder
courtesy of the artist and Sikkema Jenkins & Co. New York, NY

Spencer Finch
Walden Pond (Morning Effect, March 13, 2007), 2007
paper collage
50 x 138 inches
Courtesy of the artist and James Cohan Gallery, New York / Shanghai

Spencer Finch
Walden Pond (surface/depth), 2013
rope, cloth, twine, 298 watercolors on watercolor paper
120 feet long      
Courtesy of the artist and James Cohan Gallery, New York / Shanghai

Tree University, 2013
Pencil-making Workshop – July 2013
Courtesy of the artists

Jane D. Marsching with Matthew Shanley
Ice Out at Walden, 2010
15 x 25 inches, edition of 5
collograph, dry point, japanese woodblock, digital print
created at Ningyo Editions, Watertown, MA with David Curcio and Edward Monovich
photo credit: Stewart Clements

Gina Siepel in collaboration with Monika Sziladi
Portrait of the Artist as "The Trapper", from the "After Winslow Homer" series, 2010
archival inkjet print
26 1/4 x 39 1/2 inches
Courtesy of the artist

Hilary Wilder
Greatest American Hero (Thoreau's Desk Eight Times), 2011 – 2014
hand-painted Yupo paper
each desk 35 x 29 x 23 inches
installation dimensions variable
Courtesy of the artist

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