On Saturday, March 26th, Cherry Patrick Jamison will read from Two Ways of Seeing: Two Sisters at 2 pm in the Branigan Library's Roadrunner Room. The book is an equal collaboration between sisters Jamison and Virginia Patrick Hanley.
S. Derrickson Moore wrote that the book, "turned out to be a kind of Valentine, a message of love inspired by their growing-up years and later artist lives in the Southwest," in the February 13 issue of the Las Cruces Sun-News.
Writing in the March issue of The Ink, Roy van der Aa concludes, "Two Ways of Seeing is an interplay, a conversation between imagery in two art forms done sometimes years apart. The intensity of the dialogue comes from a common upbringing and values. The book transcends generations as it speaks to the curiosity, awareness and humanity found in us all."
Two Ways of Seeing will be for sale after the reading for $25 (tax included), and I will be happy to sign each book.
The book is published by Library Integrated Services (www.llibs.com) and is available locally at COAS and Hastings for $24.95 plus tax, as well as from me at firstname.lastname@example.org.