Celebrations: Sacred and Secular
Paul T. Nagano; Steven E. Troope
In Celebrations: Sacred and Secular we are presented with the unique personal language that David Sharir has developed and refined over nearly three decades. Within a geometric structure of ritual and order, Sharir has invented a fantastical world, inhabited by bizarre creatures and exotic gardens. The animated scenes he portrays are narratives rich in symbolism and humor.This book, filled with 106 color reproductions of his oils, watercolors, acrylics, tapestries, serigraphs and lithographs, captures and displays the artist's unmistakable imagination and appreciation for the feast of life.
1991 Pucker Art Publications and Safrai Gallery Jerusalem, Israel
Slip-cased hardcover measuring 11 ¼ x 9”
84 pages with full color images