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by Kathryn DixonArt appreciation can never start too early in a child’s life. The art and artists that are included in this little book have been chosen to appeal to girls aged three to ten years. The text is intended to engage a little girl’s curiosity and encourage her imagination whether the book is read to her or she reads it alone. The pictures speak for themselves so a child of any age can thumb through the pages of the book at her leisure. Choosing only thirty artists and only three paintings of each... more
by Kristina Williamson
One Year on Kythera is a photographic documentary of the Greek island of Kythera, its inhabitants and its culture. With the help of a J. William Fulbright grant, I was able to spend over one calendar year living and photographing on this beautiful island.
Over the years, Kythera has suffered from massive waves of emigration of its people abroad to the point of near depopulation. These mass migrations caused the population of Kythera to drop from about 13,000 at the beginning of... more
by Peter K. WorsleyThis book is for you, an upcoming professional visual artist. Read this and let the author take you through the processes of your marketing opportunities in nine chapters, an introduction, and a brief epilog. To start, you are advised on how to brand yourself and your artwork, so that you stand out in the sea of other struggling artists. Next, he steers you through each of the many available channels for getting your message to a prospective collector, including the ever-changing tangle of s... more
by Jason LandryInstant Connections, by writer, photography collector and Panopticon Gallery owner Jason Landry, intertwines essays, interviews, quotes and autobiographical stories around the central theme of photography. Secondary themes in the book have to do with the idea of making connections, having mentors and building your personal network. It features interviews with such artist as Vik Muniz, Leonard Nimoy, William Wegman and Harold Feinstein, and quotes from such artists and collectors as Chuck Clo... more
by Carol WittenFor those who love the antics of the feminine, author-artist humorously explores the mysterous dynamicsof her gender through 110 works she's "squeezed to life" from bits of clay.