Concordance

Artwork, artist’s books, and ephemera created by Barbara Tetenbaum related to her ongoing inquiry into Willa Cather’s novel My Ántonia

Book 3: Lena Lingard

Map drawing of novel  (2011)  8.5 × 14 in  Pencil on paper.

Map drawing of novel (2011)

8.5 × 14 in

Pencil on paper.

Mining My Ántonia  (2012)   Automatic drawing of Book III: Lena Lingard  7 × 10 in.  Copperplate etching on Zerkall paper.   Co-published by Hartford Art College and Triangular Press

Mining My Ántonia (2012) 

Automatic drawing of Book III: Lena Lingard

7 × 10 in.

Copperplate etching on Zerkall paper. 

Co-published by Hartford Art College and Triangular Press

My Ántonia: Lost and Found  (2012)   Installation   50 × 50 ft.  Constructed wood furniture and handmade text.  Hoffman Gallery, Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland, OR 

My Ántonia: Lost and Found (2012) 

Installation 

50 × 50 ft.

Constructed wood furniture and handmade text.

Hoffman Gallery, Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland, OR 

My Ántonia; Instructions for Seeing  (2015)   Installation.  50 × 50 ft.  Vinyl, felt and cotton cord.  Constellation Studios, Lincoln, NE.

My Ántonia; Instructions for Seeing (2015) 

Installation.

50 × 50 ft.

Vinyl, felt and cotton cord.

Constellation Studios, Lincoln, NE.

Mining My Ántonia  (2012)   Map.   18 × 24 in.  Copperplate etching and letterpress on Japanese paper.   Co-published by Hartford Art College and Triangular Press

Mining My Ántonia (2012) 

Map. 

18 × 24 in.

Copperplate etching and letterpress on Japanese paper. 

Co-published by Hartford Art College and Triangular Press

A Close Read: My Ántonia   (2010)   Installation   50 × 50 ft.  Mixed media  Feldenheimer Gallery, Reed College, Portland, OR

A Close Read: My Ántonia  (2010) 

Installation 

50 × 50 ft.

Mixed media

Feldenheimer Gallery, Reed College, Portland, OR