Periodically the Foundation publishes or supports the publishing of texts about art and artists that explore the inner worlds and are thereby expanding the concept of Lucid Art. To purchase our books and catalogs along with other original art books written by Gordon Onslow Ford, visit our online bookstore (then go to the Products tab).
Gordon Onslow Ford: A Man on a Green Island
Edited by Fariba Bogzaran, PhD
This book presents a much-needed survey of the significant contributions of this painter and his oeuvre to the history of twentieth and twenty-first century art and its relevance to contemporary dialogue. This first monograph includes contributions by seven international scholars and art historians, each focusing on a distinct period of his life and work. It is punctuated by visual interludes that show the range of his associations within the art world through many never published letters and photographs.
Current Lucid Art Foundation publications include:
Artists, Poets, and Visionaries of the S.S. Vallejo: 1949-1969 (2018). This book edited by Fariba Bogzaran tells the story of the Ferryboat Vallejo, moored in Sausalito, that was home, studio, and Bay Area cultural hive of artists and thinkers.
Peter de Swart: Numinous: Sculptures from the Light Series (2018). This book features the work of sculptor and mixed media artist Peter de Swart created from 2007 to 2010. It includes 23 reproductions of his artwork. (Image of cover to the left.)
Once Upon A Time, written by painter Gordon Onslow Ford in collaboration with Fariba Bogzaran (1999).
Beginner’s Beginning by painter John Anderson (2001)
Publications supported or cosponsored by the Foundation include:
Articles by Fariba Bogzaran about Lucid Art and Lucid Artists click here.
Article by Gordon Onslow Ford about Lucid Art and Lucid Artists click here.
Gordon Onslow Ford: Paintings and Works on Paper 1939-1951 (2010). This book by Martica Sawin contains: the exhibition catalogue from the show held October 14-December 23, 2010 at Francis Naumann Fine Arts, New York, NY; an essay; and the transcription of Onslow Ford's lectures on surrealism at New York's New School for Social Research in 1941.
The Visionary Art of Morris Graves (2010) by The Society for Art Publications of the Americas, San Francisco, California.
The republication of Dyn by Wolfgang Paalen (2000) by Springer/Wien, New York.
The publication of Im Inneren des Wals (1999), a book on Wolfgang Paalen by Andreas Neufert, which contains an extensive catalogue raisonné of Paalen's paintings.