Interpreting the Human Form
Photographs by P. Miller.
Fresco Fine Art Publications, Albuquerque, 2007. 165 pp., Numerous color and black-and-white images, 11½x14½".
HUMANLANDSCAPES: Interpreting the Human Form is a special fusion of talent by physician and photographer P. Miller and poet Peter Crane, producing a lyrical and unabashed tribute to the body, beauty, the feminine and the natural world, all mixed together. The stunning images of the body in many different Southwestern settings as well as in the studio, and in both color and black and white, comprise the core of the book. The large book size allows the images to be presented beautifully and each image is matched with an original poem written for it, setting the tone and expanding the mood. HUMANLANDSCAPES is divided into four sections, each addressing a different part of the human experience.
This book, however, is much more than the sum of its parts. The images come from an awareness of the nature of the body and its relationship to the spiritual and natural forces surrounding it. What is the nature of the feminine, and what does it mean to be human? The images and poetry lead us through a journey of discovery to celebreate both the physical and spiritual aspects of the self.
This unique and beautiful book brings together rich images and text in a tapestry of visual and emotional rewards.
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