James Stanford: Shimmering Zen

James Stanford: Shimmering Zen
Library Shelf Location 18.STAN
Publication Date 2017

James Stanford utilizes the latest in digital art technique to create mesmerizing mandala designs from digital photos of historic Las Vegas neon signage, and architectural elements from the 1950s and 1960s. Stanford's group of intriguing digital montages convey and respond to the potency of the mandala as a symbol, and its influence and importance to Asian culture worldwide. Shimmering Zen is 264 pages and consists of over 150 of Stanford's original works created over the past 15 years. Includes comprehensive essays by the artist, the curator Elizabeth Herridge and a foreword by Jeff Rosen, Vice President, The Higher Learning Commission, Evanston, Illinois. Author interview by Laura Henkel. The launch of the book is supported by an exhibition of Stanford's visually stunning and intricately constructed modern mandala series, entitled "Indra's Jewels."

ISBN 0977880672
Quantity 1
Pages 264
Author Jeff Rosen
Format Hardback
Publisher Ianthe Press
Category Artists' Monographs A-Z
Keywords Digital art, Buddhism, mandelas, cosmology
Related Country/Global Region United States of America (USA)

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