View Full Version : Evidence of Magic John Wimberley's first book

Robert Brummitt
8-May-2009, 11:43
Hidden in remote areas of Nevada and adjacent states are beautiful rock engravings known as petroglyphs. They record the visions and dreams of ancient Native Americans. Many are thousands of years old, and most are completely unknown to the public; their existence has been kept secret to protect them from vandalism. World-renowned photographer John Wimberley spent ten years searching for these fragile, irreplaceable cultural treasures. During this time he visited more than 100 sites and exposed 5000 large format negatives. His stunning black and white photographs reveal the beauty and profound sacredness of shamanic images in stone.
Evidence of Magic contains 62 superb reproductions of photographs made between 1999-2008, a map of the Great Basin showing regions photographed and an author’s preface. Designed by John Wimberley, the format is 8”x10”, 80 pages, hardcover with dust jacket. Publication of Evidence of Magic is limited to 1000, signed and numbered copies. Collectors’ Edition Numbers 1-100: Includes a hand-made, 8”x10” gelatin/silver print of Lone Grave Butte #660, 2008 signed and numbered by John Wimberley. $260.00 plus shipping and handling. Limited Edition Numbers 101-1000: $58.00 plus shipping and handling. Shipping and handling Within the USA: $5.00. Canada: $7.00. Elsewhere: $15.00. To Order Evidence of Magic is available directly from the publisher. To order, please email tjwimberley@charter.net, or call 541.488.5277. Payment can be made by PayPal, check or money order.

Kirk Keyes
9-May-2009, 22:30
I've got mine ordered. It should be good!

11-May-2009, 10:20
And I just ordered my copy. This really is the best of photography - beautiful images, recording beautiful (but endangered and disappearing) images. I sometimes wonder what those petroglyph artists would think of today's silver and mineral chip artists. Thank you, John.

Gary Nylander
11-May-2009, 22:34
I just ordered my copy too, I am looking forward to the book. I have great respect for John's work.