"Machine scenes", 1983 / 1988 / 1996 "Natures mortes" ( 1997-2001) "Baxter murals", 1975. Visions of Enarc, 1983-1986. "Fleshy Fungi", 1990. Coloma to Covert nests, 1995. From the series "Whole roll". From the "Chromospheres" series, 1998. Would you like to see the index page again? "Human forms", 1964 "Petites choses" 1974-1975 "Petites choses", 1975-1976. "Solar flares", 2000. "No Tattoo", 1967 "Human forms", 1965 "Whrigley people", 1967 Taste of Chicago, 1980-1984 Wipe outs, 1986 "Commuter discourse", 1978. "People of North Portal, 1970-1971 "Combines", 1974-1975 Anything goes. From the "Loop" series, 1976-1978 "How does it works", a word from your webmaster. "Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina", 1971. "Visions of Enarc", 1991-1994 "Coloma to Covert Murmurs", 1999. "From Coloma to Covert", 1988 "From Coloma to Covert", 1988-1997. "Schisms", 2001. "From Coloma to Covert", 1988-1997. "From Coloma to Covert", 1988-1997. "From Coloma to Covert", 1988-1997. From Coloma to Covert", 1988-1997. "Neon series", 1969 "Coloma to Covert hairballs", 1999. "Objet trouvé", 1981-1983. "Pot pourri", 1988. "Repeats", 1974 Barbara Crane's biography. Barbara Crane's bibliography. Barbara Crane's statements about her work. Press releases On Urban anomalies Contacts A bit lost? Not finding what you are looking for? "Urban anomalies", 2001. "From Coloma to covert wipe outs", 1987-1988. "visions of Enarc"  1983-1986 "Coloma to Covert stick", 1995 "Tar findings", 1975. "Taste of Chicago",  1980-1984. "Objet trouvé" , 1982-1983 "Barbara Crane the teacher", by Philippe De Jonckheere. Listen to some John Cage music in hifi (mp3) to accompany your visit, it is randmoly chosen of course. Listen to some John Cage music in lowfi (streaming) to accompany your visit, it is randomly chosen of course. "visions of Enarc", 1991-1994. "Stick Grid", 2002 "Visions of Enarc", 1991-1994. Coloma to Covert, 1991-2002. ———————————————————— "Sand findings", 1992-2002. Coloma to Covert, 1990-1997, multiple silver gelatin print from 8'X10' negatives.



Cosmic Forms II, 1968, 16X20 inches