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Art & Photography

  • Public Works (in the realm of art and infrastructure)

    by Chaim Bezalel
    A cross genre exploration of the state of art and community and how they relate. The author began the book while serving on the Planning Commission of his city, where he wrote poems describing the current agenda.He then went on to create an installation in various artistic mediums dealing with the subject. The book contains poetry, art, and essays on the role of art in modern society. Contents: Introduction Public Works (art, photography, poetry) Memento Mori, poems of life and death Essays on ... more
  • Sonata: Art Gallery

    by Raul Folea
    For Goro Endow, LIFE is an explosion of color, and being is something unique that cannot be repeated. His paintings have something extraordinary, the abstract feels alive. The mix between human and robot or nature and technology is presented in a new type of harmony. The beauty in an Android Woman, is created from mixing human features on one side and robot-like characteristics on the other. Then some of the paintings are a message from a higher being. And there are those paintings that represen... more
  • "Turning The Camera Inward: a search for a photography of the self"

    by Dale Garell
    When, after a long medical career, and entering retirement, photography offered Portland area resident Dr. Dale Garell a path down which he was better able to connect seemingly disparate parts of his life, —and glimpse what possible learning and experiences are yet ahead. Dr. Garell’s new book, “Turning the Camera Inward: a search for a photography of the self” is a richly illustrated view into a highly personal journey into aging, how the joys and insights afforded by photography can equip one ... more
  • Skies/Himmel

    by Gabriele Golissa

    An inspiring and informative voyage through the world above
    German-born and now Montana-based fine art photographer Gabriele Golissa takes you on a journey through her skies. Enjoy wonderful photographs of skies in almost every color, learn where the colors of the skies come from, and look at interior design ideas and how a Skies by Gabriele Golissa™ photograph could look in your home. An ideal book for art lovers, fans of photography, and nature enthusias... more

  • Cold Wax Medium: Techniques, Concepts & Conversations

    by Rebecca Crowell & Jerry McLaughlin
    More than just a technical guide, this 320-page, fully illustrated book provides comprehensive information for those who are new to cold wax, as well as technical expertise and inspiration to those already using the medium. The authors' advice and experience--along with the work and words of over 100 artists from around the world--will strengthen your work and studio practice, suggest exciting new directions, and support thoughtful self-critique. Authors Rebecca Crowell and Jerry McLaughlin f... more
  • St. Augustine's Pictures of the Past

    by Mark Tellier
    St. Augustine's Pictures of the Past: the Second Discovery was published in a numbered, limited edition of 2,000 duotone copies in 1979 and sold out quickly. Now I am re-releasing this history of photography in the nation's oldest city in digital format as an eBook. Copies of the original book are still occasionally listed on Amazon and sold.
  • Artful Thoughts in prose, poetry and pictures

    by Ron Shaw
    A compilation of home spun philosophical thoughts on life in general supported by Haiku poetry, prose and photography by the author and others..
  • Life's Little Things: The Quotes

    by Cendrine Marrouat

    Quotes have been part of the human fabric for a very long time. No matter how old we are, we like to keep our favorites with us. We often have them safely tucked in our wallets or framed on the walls of our homes.

    Quotes bring us a sense of comfort and keep us grounded. They force us to think and question our preconceived notions of our surroundings. Most importantly, they inspire us to become better people, especially when they are paired with photography that tells multi-layered stori... more

  • Dad & Me

    by M. Valo
    Dad & Me is a coloring book that celebrates that special bond between a father and his child. Designed with the very thought of bonding fathers with their children of any age, this book invites us to connect, talk – and listen, during the relaxed moments of coloring, and offers a way to “show your love in color” in the form of colorable original art, poems and heartfelt messages. Features 24 unique and beautiful pieces of artwork that range in complexity and are good for kids and grown-ups a... more
  • The Order of the Days

    by Brendan Schweda
    Discover the ancient, mythological, and mystical roots of our week. Seven artists create images based on the history and meaning of the days.
  • Famous Times

    by Angus Gordon
    The Gordon family have a historic woolshed, which was built in 1886. It has been turned into a museum to the sheep industry and has an auditorium, where shearing and dog shows are held for tourists. The idea came to Angus Gordon, one of the owners, to delve deeper into the greater Hawkes Bay area, which has been such a famous sheep farming area for over 160 years. This book is a photographic journey through the valleys and plains and along the dramatic coastline that was the original lifeline of... more
  • Art & Policies for a Better World

    by Daniel Silver
    This book features original art work along with a discussion on the problems in our world along with many solutions.
  • Havana, There You Go!

    by Michael Dalling
    As the US and Cuba move closer to establishing normal relations, greater opportunities open up for travel to this mysterious and beautiful Caribbean island nation. The country?s capital, Havana, is itself going through a transition. Habana Vieja, the old city of Havana, dates back nearly five hundred years to the Spanish conquistadors, and its remarkable churches, palaces, castles, monuments, and other antique buildings are now being restored. Havana, with its friendly people and potent energy, ... more
  • The Language of History: A Greenwich Village Artist Remembers 9/11

    by luke kurtis
    The Language of History: A Greenwich Village Artist Remembers 9/11 is an intimate collection of work by interdisciplinary artist luke kurtis. The artist, a long time resident of Greenwich Village, witnessed the 9/11 attacks from the street near his home at 9th Street and 6th Avenue. This book collects a selection of his photography and writing created in response to the tragedy.
  • Paris

    by David Sornberger
    Paris: Photography by David Sornberger offers a visual feast of the City of Light. Over 100 pages of quintessential Paris photographs captures the city's mélange of streets, squares, gardens, fountains, monuments and its famous lights at night. Stroll through the streets of Paris and share the author's love of this spectacular city through the gorgeous images.
  • On An Acre Shy of Eternity/Micro Landscapes at the Edge

    by Robert Dash
    My book celebrates in photographs, scanning electron micrographs and poetry, multiple layers of natural beauty on a half acre of rocky meadow shouldering Washington State's Salish Sea. It presents a way of seeing nature close up, attending to stunning patterns, textures and metaphors on a wild, contemplative, miniature hike.