A different kind of warmth is a series of 50 unique beet papyrus compositions and stains created for The Present Group's limited editions. Each piece, approximately 8.5" x 11", includes the beet-stained cloth used to press the papyrus, which exists as both a document of the process and a shadowy work in its own right.

A selection from this edition was exhibited in the San Jose Museum as part of "Around the Table: Food, Creativity, Community." Photography credit for installation shots from San Jose Museum of Art's Around the Table: Food, Creativity, Community: Robert Divers Herrick

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