|Title||Consulting the Oracle|
|Artist / Creator||Paula Jull|
|Press Name||Wayfarer Press|
|Place of Publication||Pocatello, ID|
|Process / Technique||Giclee printing on Epson 4800 inkjet printer|
|Structure / Binding||Drumleaf binding|
|Paper Stock||Somerset Enhanced|
|Number of Pages||14|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||7.75 x .5 x 5 inches|
|Edition Size||Edition of 5|
|Signed & Numbered||Yes|
This book was created as an experiment in random processes. Four inquiries were made on different days, consulting the I Ching. These questions are sealed and not meant to be revealed. The responses were edited and are included. The images that accompany the responses were edited in Adobe Photoshop and are from the artist's personal work.
Artist BioCurrently a Professor at Idaho State University, Paula Jull teaches graphic design, book arts, and photography. She is a founder of the Pocatello Book Arts Group and is currently the Art Director of the Guild of Bookworkers Journal. Paula Jull earned an MFA in printmaking at Indiana University's School of Fine Arts. She has exhibited in scores of regional and national exhibits. Her work is in private and public collections, including, Special Collections of: Virginia Commonwealth University, Otis College of Art, University of Santa Barbara and University of Utah. Her books are also featured in 500 Handmade Books, its second edition, 500 Handmade Books 2 and Handmade Books, Studio Series published by Lark Crafts.