|Artist / Creator||Camille Riner|
|Place of Publication||Custer, SD|
|Publication Date||Epson Ink Jet Paper|
|Process / Technique||Digital ink jet printing.|
|Image Process||Relief prints carved and printed on printmaking press, scanned and then digitally collaged.|
|Structure / Binding||Miniature origami petal fold plus covers.|
|Medium / Materials||Twig and waxed Irish linen thread closure.|
|Paper Stock||Epson ink jet papers.|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||2.25 x 2.25 inches|
|Edition Size||Open Edition|
Winter Nap by Camille Riner
$40.00 - Please contact 23 Sandy for current availability.
This is a miniature origami petal fold artist book is covered inside and out with images of the bark of an aspen tree. The poem expresses gratitude for the rejuvenating aspects of winter. Winter Nap Winter A time of rest. A chance to gather your parts scattered by the wind and put the pieces back together. To think. A chance to retreat into the warmth and comfort of the soul. Beloved. Quiet. Sleep.
Artist BioCamille Riner's prints and artist books express her appreciation for the little things in life. She has appreciated being able to walk with her dog along a quiet trail, watch her 6 year old daughter marvel at the moon or sit on a hillside and see the wind move through the grass. Artist books are works of art realized in the form of a book. Riner's bookwork is based on her relief prints. Her relief prints start as blocks carved from wood or linoleum and she uses hand tools or an electric router to carve the images. The blocks are then printed using an old fashioned etching press that she cranks by hand. Riner scans and manipulates these final prints for use in her books. Each book is a combination of her prints, poems, origami (paper folding), handmade papers, beads, and linen threads. Most of her books are miniatures and easily fit in the palm of your hand. Riner has a BFA from the University of South Dakota and her MFA in printmaking from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Before moving back to South Dakota she taught art and design at Southwestern Michigan College. Currently she works in her studio with her husband Paul Horsted and teaches workshops in printmaking, papermaking and book arts.