Fawn Potash is an artist who is greatly admired for her personal approach to photography. She photographs old books and magazines in different sculptural configurations illuminated by moonlight supplemented with ordinary living room lamps. The prints are split-toned in sepia and then hand rubbed with a wax finish. The result is a warm, textural image that transcends the notion of the pristine photographic print. The soft ethereal atmosphere she creates and the worn bindings of the books and magazines evoke a sense of the continuum of time.