Pathways of the Dream

£ 150.00 each

  • Price includes one original and individual screen print 21 x 21 cm
  • Plus free shipping to UK and Europe
The artbook, Pathways of the Dream, is a lyrical portrait of the personal experiences of the painter, Daphne Cazalet, as a child migrant from India in mid-1950’s Britain. Based around off-set reproductions of six intricately-detailed serigraphic works, the book includes prose, poems and full-colour photographs.
Pathways of the Dream is created in concertina form with deep red ribbon ties, personally signed and numbered in gold ink by Daphne Cazalet. The edition of the book has been limited to 200 copies. In a pocket attached inside its back cover, each copy of the book also includes an individually-printed original artwork which can, if desired, be removed and framed separately. The book is presented in a handmade white fabric bag, printed with the name of the artist.

Daphne Cazalet is an Indian-born artist who currently lives in Salento, Southern Italy. After a career in UK as a drama teacher and actress, Daphne transferred to Australia where she worked extensively in cultural development, creating art projects with migrant women and absorbing their stories. Turning to visual arts, Daphne attained a BA (1st class Hons.) in 2002 (James Cook University, Northern Queensland) and was awarded a PhD in visual arts practice and research in 2009 (Charles Darwin University, Darwin, NT). Daphne exhibited extensively in Australia and, since moving to Italy, has produced solo exhibitions in Rome, Bologna, Genoa, Montefiascone; as well as several exhibitions in her home province of Lecce, Puglia, and three exhibitions in London, UK. A full list of Daphne’s solo exhibitions in Australia and in Europe are included with the book, Pathways of the Dream, as well as on the website