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TWO EVENTS: P-town and Santa Fe

December 3, 2009

Alex Webb, Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, 1993

For those in the Provincetown area, please come celebrate the opening of the Generations Exhibition on Friday, December 4th, which features work from a number of artistic families from Cape Cod, including the family of Robert Motherwell, Chaim Gross, and Nancy Webb (Alex’s mom, who is a sculptor and a draftsman). Please join Nancy at the opening at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, an event which starts at 6pm.  In the exhibition, there will also be work by Alex (including the photograph above), Rebecca (including the cover of Violet Isle below), Patrick  (Alex’s brother), and Sophie Webb (Alex’s sister).  If you miss the opening, the show runs until February 14, 2010.

For more information:

To see Nancy Webb’s sculptures and drawings:

To see Patrick Webb’s paintings:

To see Sophie’s paintings, sketches, and field guide plates:


RADIUS BOOKS hosts it’s 3rd annual anniversary party and all are invited!

What Radius Books annual party and holiday book sale: all titles 30% off!
When Friday, December 4, 2009 5–8 pm
Where 519 Cerrillos (in the old Luna building, across from Hotel Santa Fe), Santa Fe, NM

This event coincides with the release of three new Radius books: a major monograph on Venice-based painter Ed Moses who has been a major influence on the southern California art scene for over 50 years, Bingham Mine / Garfield Stack, by Bay Area-based photographer Michael Light, and the photographic duet Violet Isle, by Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb.

Meet the Artists: Joan Watts, Judy Tuwaletstiwa, Johnnie Winona Ross, Michael Light, and John McCracken will all be on hand to sign copies of their books. For more information contact us at 505 983 4068 or

If you can’t make it to Santa Fe tomorrow night, Radius is also offering 30% off on all online orders. Click here to get the super secret discount code and also sign up for the Radius Books newsletter.

Radius Books donates 300 copies of all published titles to libraries and schools in need, around the country. Your support of this event can help broaden our efforts in your region. Radius Books is a 501(c)(3) organization.