Treehouse: a metaphor for the artist’s studio an installation

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The nature of an installation is that it is up and then it is gone. The art then becomes the documentation you made of the installation. This book captures remembering childhood, before we understood risk; when our experiences were more important than anything.


"This is a gift to my spirit."

"Thanks for reminding me my children are hardwired for play.”

“You have captured in a room the unexpurged color and purposeful aimlessness of imagination."

"Magical, glorious, delicious."
" I can't wait to come back and play."
"It is a joy to be in this room."
"I could live in this treehouse."
"Thanks for sharing your inner world"

"Delightfully youthful...gorgeously expressed."


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