Renowned painter Marguerite Robichaux and award-winning writer Elizabeth Peavey share adventures through the woods and towns of Maine; the state they love to call home. Glorious Slow Going consists of nine "stories" of their various adventures written in Peavey's humorous voice, and illustrated with Robichaux's oil paintings and watercolors. The book is arranged by seasons and relates tales such as the experience of staying in a yurt for the first time and antiquing road trips in search of bargains and treasures. Descriptions of Maine's awe-inspiring natural surroundings, both in paint and in words, raises awareness of the slow development of, and potential degradation of, this great natural space.
Distributed for Pucker Art Publications
12 x 12, 116 pages, 158 color illustrations