Amy Ransom Arnold’s artist’s book, “And capture the moon,” is a story about marking ground, digging a protected hole, allowing rain to fill the hole, reflecting sky on the surface of the water, capturing the reflection of the moon. An elemental story, it invites a broad range of interpretation and allows inclusion of meanings from multiple perspectives. The book suggests ideas about marking ground, defining levels of protection, and allowing disruption as a catalyst for resulting wonder. “And capture the moon” celebrates the fundamental abstraction inherent in compressing and combining earth and sky.
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