Mascot: Corbally Stourton Contemporary Art, 2001. First Edition. Large format hardcover quarto (30.6 x 30.6cm), pp. 132; blue and orange illustrated paper covered boards with white lettering on the spine, matching illustrated dust wrapper, orange endpapers with lettering in white, signed by the artist.
Two indentations across bottom edge of front and rear board, 3mm ding along bottom edge of rear board; faint mark (1mm in diameter) on fore edge of text block; pages are otherwise clean and bright throughout and free from defects; dust wrapper is unclipped, spine is sunned and 15-25mm near spine on rear cover has faded, top edge is slightly curled. Item #943
Geoffrey de Groen is an Australian abstract painter who works with oil and acrylics. He describes Signs of Time as, “one painting made from one hundred different parts. Each part might be thought of as letters forming words and then sentences, then paragraphs, shapes and forms of colour and space, Signs of time.”.