Maggie Taylor Book Price Increase October 1st

Aug 11, 2018

As of October 1st, 2018, Maggie Taylor's limited edition books will go up in price. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland with the small print of “These Strange Adventures” will go from a price of $950 to $1200. The regular edition of this book is still available from the University Press of Florida but is in very short supply and will soon be sold out.  
No Ordinary Days, her 2013 monograph containing 120 images from 1998 to 2012, has a limited edition in a blue/gray silk box with a leather label on the spine and a choice of one of two images for the 8x8 inch print inside.  The two images to select from are “The Moth House” and “Moving On.”  This book is also dwindling at the University Press of Florida and will be sold out soon.  The limited edition will go from $950 to $1200 on October 1st.
The newest limited edition, Through the Looking-glass, will see a price increase from $800 to $950.  Each of these comes in a dark brown cloth-covered box with a foil stamped chess board on the cover, and an 8x8 inch print of the image on the back cover of the book, “And What Alice Found There” (pictured below).  This images depicts Alice in the Looking-glass world, accompanied by Humpty Dumpty and the Jabberwock monster; looking over her shoulder and back through the mirror the viewer catches a glimpse of the real world and the oriel window at Lacock Abbey.
Maggie Taylor Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Limited Edition- $950 to $1,200 on October 1st
Maggie Taylor, No Ordinary Days
No Ordinary Days Limited Edition: $950 to $1,200 on October 1st
Maggie Taylor Through the Looking Glass
Through the Looking Glass Limited Edition: $800-$950 on October 1st.
Maggie Taylor, And What Alice Found There
And What Alice Found There, Special Edition 8 x 8 inch print.

Bloomberg Businessweek Features John Chakeres' Space Shuttle Photographs

Jul 31, 2018

The Gallery just received word that Bloomberg Businessweek recently published an article featuring gallery artist, John Chakeres. The article titled "Forgotten Photos From the Space Shuttle’s Glory Days" highlights the time when John Chakeres spent the ’80s capturing launches at Kennedy Space Center. Three decades later, his work is finally being seen.

Click the image below to read or listen to the article about his experience with these incredible spacecrafts.

John Chakeres, Discovery launches for the first time, Aug. 30, 1984

Discovery launches for the first time, Aug. 30, 1984.
Photographer: John A. Chakeres




Summer Hours

Jul 31, 2018

Martin Elkort, Eating a Mel-o-Roll Ice Cream Cone, Coney Island Boardwalk, 1951
Starting on August 4th, the gallery will be open on Saturdays from 10am to 5pm and by appointment only for the remainder of the summer.
We will return to regular gallery hours on September 1st with our first show of the season, Mabry Campbell: Light Transitions, opening on Saturday, September 8th.

Wishing you all a fantastic summer! 
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Martin Elkort
Eating a Mel-o-Roll Ice Cream Cone, Coney Island Boardwalk, 1951