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The Art of the Book
Sixth Annual Exhibition of Handmade Books,
Altered Books and Book Related Works


Judith Serebrin




more work by Judith Serebrin

Judith Serebrin has been constructing unique and one of a kind artist books since 1989. She graduated in 1990 from the University of Utah with a masters degree in fine arts. Her artist books are now displayed in libraries, museums, and collections around the world. Judith Serebrin’s primary focus is in book arts. She has been making limited edition and unique books from etchings, monotypes and drawings since 1989. Her work has been exhibited widely and has been collected by libraries, museums and individuals in the United States and abroad. Her work was featured in an article on contemporary book arts in the November 1998 issue of ART PAPERS. She was the recipient of the Pacific Center for the Book’s (PCBA) 1994 D. Steven Corey Award. Judith currently resides, and makes art in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is a Book Arts instructor at the San Francisco Center for the Book. She is an active member in The Main Gallery, a juried cooperative gallery in Redwood City, California.

Judith Serebrin at Donna Seager Gallery

Small Books
The sculptures are high-fire porcelain, stained but unglazed. The books are mixed media on paper (ink, watercolor, pastel, acrylic, paste-papers, prints...). The bindings are exposed; they are bound with a link and kettle stitch.

More work from Judith Serebrin in process. Stay tuned!


 
         
 
 
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