From the multitalented Rebecca Miller, a book of drawings that captures the essence of being a woman.
A Woman Who is a delightful collection of clever, almost surreal drawings revealing women feeling all the strange and specific things they feel- as conjured up by artist/writer/filmmaker Rebecca Miller, who draws each image with her eyes closed. Bored, sexy, angry, amused, ambivalent, overwhelmed, curious, so serene they can barely speak- these women come straight from the unconscious, and you'll recognize them at once. A woman who has so many things to do that she can't bring herself to do any of them. A woman who is flying for the first time. A woman who was okay a second ago. A woman who would like some attention but isn't sure how to get it in a subtle way. A woman who is worried she's so happy she'll never have another idea. They're all here- in the perfect gift book for all the women in your life.
|Product dimensions:||6.42(w) x 6.40(h) x 0.51(d)|
About the Author
Rebecca Miller is the author of Personal Velocity (a Washington Post Best Book of 2001) and the acclaimed director of Angela and Personal Velocity (winner of a Grand Jury prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 2002). She lives with her husband and her two sons in Ireland and New York.