Books by or about Gallery Artists




David Bierk




David Bierk
David Bierk
2000, 143 pages hardcover 

to view or purchase   
Roberta Bondar

The Arid Edge of Earth
Roberta Bondar
2006

Softcover
ISBN 0-9780508-0-0
Published: March 2006
$29.95 CDN

available from the gallery 




Canada: Landscape Of Dreams
Roberta Bondar
2002, 112 pages hardcover

One of Canada's great scientists and first astronauts, Roberta Bondar traveled the length and breadth of the country to capture some 10,000 images of Canada's finest natural landscapes. This little book is a love letter to Canada that combines 40 new images with the words of distinguished Canadians.

to view or purchase




Passionate Vision: Discovering Canada's National Parks
Roberta Bondar
2000, 178 pages hardcover
Featuring more than 110 colour photographs, Passionate Vision depicts 41 national parks and showcases Canada’s diverse flora and fauna, from Qutiinitrpaqq in the north to Point Pelee in the south, Gwaii Haanas in the west to Terra Nova in the east. The photographs include views of Canada taken from space, dramatic panoramic landscapes and detailed minutia of plant life. Each photograph is captioned with a description of the location.


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On the Shuttle: Eight Days in Space
Barbara Bondar and Roberta Bondar
1993, 64 pages hardcover
ISBN: 1895688124

On the Shuttle features life in orbit on the Discovery space shuttle. Written by Barbara Bondar, Roberta's sister, with Roberta's editorial assistance, the text, diagrams, and full-color photographs create a day-by-day record of the Discovery mission. Children will find it a lively introduction to life on the space shuttle!


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Touching the Earth
Roberta Bondar
1995, 144 pages softcover

Roberta Bondar's voyage as an astronaut aboard the space shuttle Discovery was the realization of a childhood dream for the Canadian scientist and doctor. In this wonderful book, she shares her remarkable journey, providing us with an opportunity to feel connected with our planet in a very special way.

to view or purchase



Phil Borges

Women Empowered: Inspiring Change in the Emerging World (hardcover)
Phil Borges (photographer), Madeleine Albright (foreword)
Published:  February 27, 2007
Dimensions: 112 Pages, 9.22 x 9.22 x 0.62 inches
Publisher: Rizzoli


 




Tibetan Portrait: The Power of Compassion
Phil Borges, Dalai Lama, Bstan-Dzin-Rgya-Mtsho
1996, 96 pages hardcover

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Enduring Spirit
Phil Borges
Introduction by Isabel Allende
1998, 128 pages hardcover


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The Gift
Phil Borges
2000, 120 pages hardcover

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The Story of the Weeping Camel
2005

This breathtaking blend of documentary and fiction filmmaking complements the work of Phil Borges. It provides an unobtrusive glimpse into the relationships, rituals, and livelihood of a four-generation family of nomadic shepherds in the Gobi desert of South Mongolia.

to view or purchase


   
Dale Chihuly

 


Fire
Dale Chihuly
2006, 176 pages hardcover
 


Chihuly at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Todd Alden
2005, 160 pages hardcover

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Chihuly Projects
Dale Chihuly
2000, 364 pages hardcover


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Essential Dale Chihuly
William Warmus
2000, 112 pages hardcover


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Form from Fire
Dale Chihuly, Henry Geldzahler, Walter Darby Bannard, Lowe Art Museum, Museum of Arts and Sciences
1993, 144 pages hardcover


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Gardens and Glass
2002
DVD


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Gardens and Glass
Dale Chihuly, Barbara Rose, Lisa C. Roberts, Mark McDonnell, Garfield Park Conservatory
2002, 187 pages hardcover

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Chihuly Seaforms
Joan S. Robinson, Sylvia Earle, Diana Johnson, Dale Chihuly, Karen S. Chambers
1997, 112 pages hardcover


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Chihuly Over Venice
1998
DVD


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Chihuly Jerusalem 2000
Dale Chihuly
2000, 240 pages hardcover


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Chihuly Atlantis
Dale Chihuly
1999, 92 pages hardcover


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Chihuly's Pendletons and Their Influence on His Work
Dale Chihuly
2000, 253 pages hardcover


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Joseph McDonnell

 
Joseph McDonnell
Essay by Donald Kuspit, introduction by Andre Emmerich, photographs by David Finn and Rebecca Binder
2004, 252 pages


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Gu Xiong

 


Yellow River / Blue Culture
Essays by Gu Xiong and Andrew Hunter with foreword by Jann Bailey
2002
ISBN 1-895497-50-7

Documenting their trip to China, Vancouver artist Gu Xiong and artist/curator Andrew Hunter focus on cultural hybridization. Gu Xiong draws on similarities between the rapid commercial development of cities in China and their Canadian counterparts, highlighting the commonality of those places where American corporate influence (Blue Culture) has blurred cultural borders. Hunter recounts his visit to China, noting the almost seamless insinuation of Blue Culture into everyday life. Xiong's photographs so perfectly embody this cultural cross- pollination that one has to look closely to discover if the local is the Forbidden City or in fact Montreal's Chinatown.

available from the Kamloops Art Gallery $8.00

 

The Boy in the Attic
Paul Yee, illustrated by Gu Xiong
1998, 32 pages hardcover
ISBN: 0888993307

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