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by Michael BaileyWriting is a disease without a cure. Once infected, the virus is in the host for good, until death. Something first sparked a need to create, so what was it? What does it take to survive publishing and continuously improve one's craft? THE BEGINNING: A straight-to-the-point narrative pushes past impostor syndrome, examining the writer life in detail while defining / dissecting fundamentals required to finish a first draft manuscript: character, dialogue, voice, plot, conflict, theme, and sett... more
by Vincent R. BlackMaster iPhone 15 Pro Max Photography – Your Ultimate Guide! The iPhone 15 Pro Max boasts a groundbreaking camera system, redefining the boundaries of mobile photography. But how do you unlock its full potential to capture breathtaking photos? Whether you're a novice or a seasoned pro, this book is your essential companion to elevate your photography skills to new heights. What You'll Uncover Inside: Dive into the world of photography with step-by-step guidance, perfect for beginners.... more
by MARJORY HAWKINSArtful Wisdom Colorful Advice is chock full of common sense maxims, illustrated with more than 90 pages of colorful, original art. Wise words from the famous and not-so-famous include Speak your mind, but ride a fast horse! (Texas Bix Bender) and Discipline is choosing between what you want now and what you want most. (Thomas Jefferson). Illustrated by Marjory Hawkins, the unique mixture of self-taught art and great life advice was created as encouragement for a teenage nephew who would ra... more
by Michael F. RizzoAre we allowed to scrutinize public art, even if the public doesn’t pay for it? It only took the city of Buffalo 15 minutes to shut it off and five days for Mayor Jimmy Griffin to tear down Billie Lawless’ sculpture “Green Lightning” in 1984. It may have had something to do with dancing neon figures that resembled Mr. Peanut. But, to this day, it’s unclear if the artist tricked the city or the city acted hastily. For the first time, through interviews, court documents, and press clippi... more
by Michael Boyajian
A catalog of the invisible art of the invisible women of color endeavoring to break through an almost impenetrable glass ceiling that exists to this day in the art world.
by Michael Boyajian
The collected works of the late noted New York artist Jeri Wagner whose works included diverse media like wood construction, collage, ceramics, photography and fiber. Influenced by Louise Bourgeois, Louise Nevelson and Joseph Cornell before coming into her own original creative space. Her art was exhibited in Chelsea, SoHo, the Village, the Hudson Valley and Europe. She graduated from Stony Brook University with a BA in Studio Art and she had a 34 year career at the Met traveling the world vi... more
by Brejenn Allen
"For the Love of Black" is a black culture coloring book with 25 unique coloring sheets for all ages and genders! It's the perfect tool for empowering black people and teaching non-black kids about black culture and how to appreciate it respectfully. Each page captures the essence of our culture, featuring stunning designs of bamboo hoops, our many hairstyles, sneakerheads with style, and more content that honor our heritage and inspire self-expression.
by Andrew Robert
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by SARA GARDEN ARMSTRONGSARA GARDEN ARMSTRONG: Threads and Layers is the first comprehensive look at over four decades of work from this multimedia artist. The monograph traces the threads and layers that run through her diverse body of work, from atrium sculptures to large interactive installations to intimate artist’s books. The essays and images provide a thorough documentation of her impressive oeuvre. Chance and change drive her artwork as she explores and pushes the possibilities of materials. In the work you ... more
by Jennifer O'BrienAlex and her mom, two scruffy dogs, are packing for their New York City trip when they realize mom’s camera is lost. While searching for the camera, Alex asks her mom "How does a camera work?" Alex learns through everyday objects like a mirror, magnifying glass, and even the pupil of her eye. Mom shows Alex her NYC photos while explaining key photography concepts like aperture, shutter speed, zoom, composition, portrait and landscape orientations, and long exposure photography.
by Lila MarquezFeaturing a selection of digital paintings and sketches with a heart for nonhuman animals, Colors of Compassion is a personal tribute of vegan artist and poet, Lila Marquez, to the animal world. The collection spotlights artworks specially crafted for a cause. The warm colored, scribble art pieces primarily depict themes addressing topics on animal rights and veganism, making it a perfect coffee table book for compassionate people. Available in hardcover and paperback.
by Shermaine Perry-KnightsLooking for an engaging book to teach kindness and patience? Here it is! Join Ryan as she explores what it means to be responsible for and be kind to a rowdy rabbit named Ronnie. All Ryan wants is a pet to love and care for, but what happens when she gets a rabbit that is too much to handle? Is she able to take care of a pet that makes her home a mess and isn't very lovable? This isn't as easy as it seems, considering the trouble Ronnie gets into.
by William GuionWhat began as a long-term photographic study of a single subject grew into a calling, a four-decade-long pilgrimage deep into the heart of Louisiana’s live oak country to find and document the state's oldest oaks, many growing before European settlement of this region. In Return to Heartwood – A Search for the Heart of Live Oak Country, author and photographer William Guion shares his experiences in search of ancient and historic Southern live oak trees. In the process, he came to know the o... more
by John DevilmanThe old saying goes, "You can't understand someone until you've walked a mile in their shoes", or in this case, "heels". To punish my prejudiced relatives for gossiping about my supposed sexual proclivities, I asked my female-presenting friends to submit pictures of themselves that I would then recreate to post on my social media. If my kin wanted to talk about me behind my back, I wanted to make sure they had something to talk about. Then something curious happened... not with the supposed... more
by Richard M. McGarry
A collection of portraits and personal stories of local Key Westers a century ago that show what life was like on the island before it became a glamorous resort.
by Cinthia James
Treasure Found can be a guide to starting your own art process, ensuring a continuous stream of inspiration and visible improvement in your work. You’ll be able to discover and define your style and feel confident to experiment with your art. Treasure Found shows you ways of finding inspiration, how to understand art as a discipline, and it outlines some design fundamentals.