This artists mongraph was written by Jennifer Stettler Parsons and produced by The Florence Griswold Museum in 2022 for the exhibition, Dana Sherwood : Animal Appetites and Other Encounters in Wildness. It can be purchsed directly from the museum, here.

It is an exquisite hard cover, cloth bound book with an embossed and gilded cover. Consiting of 204 pages with full color plates and "book within a book" facsimilies of pages from the artists sketchbooks, it is a beautiful addition to any library.

(From the FGM website):
The first monograph on Dana Sherwood (born 1977), this book showcases the New York artist’s pioneering experiments with cross-species communication. Her films, sculpture installations and paintings engage discussions around the environment, global food chains, the rapid growth of social media, feminism, animal studies and spirituality. Featuring a tipped-on cover image, metallic embossing and various page sizes and paper stocks, this book expands upon these themes, with essays and documentation of paintings, film stills and recipe and sketchbook facsimiles. Generously illustrated sections of plates are followed by a chronology of the artist’s career to date and a checklist of works.
With contributions by Tamar Adler, Amy Kurtz Lansing, Petra Lange-Berndt, Celeste Olalquiaga, Dana Sherwood, Li Sumpter, and Cary Wolfe.

Artist's Book