Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah Press, 2013. First edition. Hardcover. Signed by the editor, Frank McEntire, in ink on the title page. 105 pp. [29 cm]; full white cloth with black stamped title on the spine. Full color printed dust jacket featuring the subject's artwork. NEW / new. Item #37041
Featuring essays from Will South, David Kranes, Shawn Rossiter, Katie Lee, Edward Lueders, and Teresa Jordan. From the foreword by Mary Francey, "Considering the time when he worked, Snow may well emerge as the single artist to date who has best understood and interpreted Utah's Mountains, rock formations, canyons, and deserts using a compelling visual language. If so, he will add an important dimension to the history of American landscap painting by revealing the unique character of this under-recognized region. The essays in Final Light: The Life and Art of V. Douglas Snow no only clarify meanings in his work, they also establish a solid foundation for Doug Snow's legacy, which rests at least partly in his reassurance that landscape is a timeless, enduring them that effectively keeps pace with contemporary trends."