Regarding Mountain/Sky, a portfolio of ten prints in the collection of the New York Public Library, was exhibited In "A Legacy in Landscapes," a group show in the print galleries of the library. The exhibit also included work by Markus Raetz, Alex Katz, and Peter Doig.
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September 3 to November 2, 2002
The Judith Suite, a set of five woodblock prints, premiered at the Caffe 817 Gallery. The prints are the culmination of over a year of work Sandy Walker did with the artists' model Judith Sims, a local actress and dancer.
March 1, 2002
Sandy Walker's work "Untitled" (2001, graphite on paper, 38" x 25.5") recently appeared in the Spring 2002 issue of the magazine Inquiring Mind, a semiannual journal of the Vipassana community. The issue is devoted to "Revealing the Vision: Art & Dharma".
Sandy's work appears as an illustration accompanying an article "Zen and Improvisational Dance," by dancer and choreographer, Ellen Webb. This is the latest in a long history of collaboration between the husband and wife, including Mountain, Tree, Water, which won an Isadora Duncan Dance Award in 1989.
October 1, 2001
This poster was created as a memorial to the tragic losses in New York City on September 11. In the early 80's, I lived in the shadow of the World Trade Center and made many drawings there. Before that, I lived on 8th Avenue, where I looked down the avenue from my window to the two towers that I always referred to as the twin peaks.
The poster is being distributed free of charge, and I am leaving stacks in various locations. Anyone with an interest in obtaining a copy may contact me by e-mail. If I ship it, I will ask to be remibursed for the shipping costs.
Life is a confluence of integration and disintegration. My work is an effort to capture a brief moment of balance in the constant shifting of our lives and consciousness.
For a moment we embraced the towers. Now they are gone.
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