SEXTON, John (1953-), photographer
Listen to the Trees. Introduction by Stewart L. Udall. Essay by James Baker
Boston, New York, Toronto, London: A Bullfinch Press Book Little. Brown & Company, . Large oblong quarto. (10 3/8 x 11 5/8 inches). 53 plates from photogarphs by Sexton. (Lacking the signed gelatin silver print by Sexton).
Publisher's green cloth, spine and upper cover lettered in silver, within publisher's grey cloth clamshell box. Fine copy.
Deluxe edition limited to 500 copies, this no. 5, signed by John Sexton.
The luminous photographs are accompanied by excerpts from prose and poetry by various writers, including Father Thomas Berry, Black Elk, and Robinson Jeffers. Includes an introduction by Stewart L. Udall and an essay by James Baker. John Sexton is an award-winning photographer known for his hand-crafted silver gelatin black and white photographs. Over the past forty years of his career, he was an assistant to Ansel Adams, worked as a consultant to Kodak and Polaroid, and does workshops and lectures at various programs, institutions and museums.