Published with the Mahara Gallery, Kapiti Coast, this book is designed to accompany an exhibition of the drawings of Joanna Paul that will tour throughout the country. It introduces a remarkable artist whose work at her death in 2003 was not widely known but whose striking talents are vividly displayed in her drawings. Both charming and accessible, these drawings, in a range of media and often in colour, focus on domestic and landscape subjects and give an impression of intimacy and familiarity. Essays by art historians Jill Trevelyan, the exhibition curator, and Sarah Treadwell place the drawings in context and highlight the artist's distinctive skills. Paperback with flaps, 140 pages, first published May 2006.