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Sabra Field,
Artist, Teacher, Print Maker, Environmentalist & Vermont Resident

Sabra Field is perhaps Vermont's most celebrated print maker and is best known as the designer of the 1994 Vermont Bicentennial Stamp. Born in Oklahoma, Sabra grew up in the New York metropolitan area and, after graduating from Bronxville High School, attended Middlebury College. In addition to a B.A. with honors in art, Sabra has an M.A.T. from Wesleyan University where she studied printmaking with Russell T. Limbach.

Ms. Field's prints have been shown in more than 40 solo exhibitions and included in a number of national and international juried exhibitions. Three of her prints were accepted for the 1994 International Print Biennial at the Silvermine Guild in Norwalk, Connecticut. Ms. Field's stained glass window is in the Chapel at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. Her prints have appeared on magazine covers and she has illustrated several books.

Before Life
Hurries On

Sabra Field &
Jenepher Lingelbach
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Before Life Hurries On is a book of poetry and images that "celebrates special natural places, for their beauty and for their healing of the human spirit." The poet, Jenepher Lingelbach, and the illustrator, Sabra Field, were friends and neighbors in East Barnard, Vermont. After collaborating on the cover for a Christmas Eve church program, they decided to collaborate on a project that would portray different times of the day, seasons, nearby sights, and different views.

In the book, each poem, "Mountain Top," "Waterfall," or "November Fog" is paired with an original woodcut. Notes at the back of the book explain the experiences that inspired the words and images and enhance the pleasure of re-reading and revisiting this beautiful full-color book.

Signed by Both Authors

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Jenepher Lingelbach,
Poet, Editor, & Vermont Resident

Jenepher Lingelbach, editor of Hands-On Nature, has been active in the VINS ELF program since its inception, designing activities, researching background information, and teaching both adults and children. With an AB from Vassar College, elementary teaching certification from Dartmouth College, selection to attend the 1985 NSF Honors Workshop for Elementary Science Teachers, and recognition by the Vermont Department of Education in 1986 as an Outstanding Teacher, Ms. Lingelbach has helped to awaken a curiosity and caring about the natural world in people of all ages.

Hands-On Nature
Jenepher Lingelbach
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Hands-On Nature comes from theVermont Institute of Natural Science in Woodstock, Vermont. Its activities have been used with great success statewide since 1972 in the ELF (Environmental Learning for the Future) program for elementary school children.

The Vermont Institute of Natural Science is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to protecting Vermont's environmental quality of life through education and research. Outreach programs are conducted for audiences of all ages throughout Vermont, while at the 77 acre VINS preserve in Woodstock, Vermont, members and visitors are welcome to visit the Vermont Raptor Center and to walk the self-guided nature trails.

Paperback Signed Editions $ 21.95
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