Sault Ste. Marie: Art Gallery of Algoma, 1997. Soft Cover.
Oblong paperback. 94 pages. With a section of color reproductions of Jack's work, as well as several in black and white throughout the book. A collection of essays examining the work of Canadian artist Jack Bush, exploring his evolution toward abstraction, as well as the influence of other artists on his work, including from his time in Montreal, and a look at his struggle with depression. One essay includes material drawn from his diaries. Jack Bush was a member of Painters Eleven, and often associated with the Color Field movement.