Long Beach, California: Long Beach Museum of Art, 1974. McCafferty, Jay D. First ed. $to.,  pp., 25 cards illustrated from photographs, printed both verso and recto to form a time-lapse sequence showing the movement of the sun and waves on a Stupa placed on the beach. The cards are housed in a Ful-vu window binder where they may be viewed, forward or reversed, as in a flip-book. Fine, in the slightly rubbed original Ful-vu box. Item #50998
Stupa comes from Sanskrit, literally meaning a "heap"; practically, it is a mound-like structure containing Buddhist relics, and used as a place of meditation.
The leaf printed and signed in silver ink contains a brief statement by Tony DeLap, a chronology and exhibition list for Jay D. McCafferty, and is SIGNED by him and numbered 110 of 200 copies. WorldCat locates a single copy at NYPL.