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by Earl PhelpsAll you need is a pencil and paper to start drawing. I drew everything in this book free hand, using only pencils. I did not use any type of rulers or circles for my drawings, but you can if you choose to. You can learn how to draw your own Supercharacters with these simple step-by-step illustrations. Anyone can learn from this book, from ages 8 to 108. It’s all about just putting together circles, squares and lines. This book is so simple that the illustrations alone will guide you throug... more
by Earl PhelpsAll you need is a pencil and paper to start drawing. I drew everything in this book free hand, using only pencils. I did not use any type of rulers or circles for my drawings, but you can if you choose to. You can learn how to draw animals from around the world with these simple step-by-step illustrations. Anyone can learn from this book, from ages 8 to 108. It’s all about just putting together circles, squares and lines. This book is so simple that the illustrations alone will guide you... more
by Gareth Evans
by Lois StarkHow do humans make sense of the world? In answer to this timeless question, award winning documentary filmmaker, Lois Farfel Stark, takes the reader on a remarkable journey from tribal ceremonies in Liberia and the pyramids in Egypt, to the gravity-defying architecture of modern China. Drawing on her experience as a global explorer, Stark unveils a crucial, hidden key to understanding the universe: Shape itself. The Telling Image is a stunning synthesis of civilization's changing mindsets, a br... more
by Chaim BezalelSeventy-seven original Paintings and photographs of architectural elements in Israel with descriptions and some historical information. The book represents the culmination of a 25 year project of a husband and wife artistic collaboration documenting the history of Israel through architectural elements.
by Linda Compton
"Look deep into Nature, and then you will understand everything better.” In eleven simple words Albert Einstein issues an irresistible invitation, reveals a sweeping truth, and gives us a profound way to comprehend fundamental aspects of ourselves and our world. To look deeply is to grasp more fully. To observe and experience Nature this way is to better understand all that is. Nature is the supreme purveyor of understanding if we will but observe its lessons and recognize its trut... more
by Sophia AddisonWho likes to live in a messy and cluttered home? Here are some great tips to organize your home and make it look like a little sliver of heaven.
Sort Everything by Colour
If your family is dealing with a lot of papers like every other family, you will have to get them organized in a way that you can access them often. Come up with a color coding system that helps you arrange the documents neatly and effectively. You can assign different categories to each color. Ca... more
by David Kadavy
by Lawrence Schwartzwald
FAMOUS POETS is a collection of photographic portraits of Notable Poets (Charles Bernstein, Anne Carson, Spencer Reece, Bob Holman, Susan Howe, Vanessa Place, Dorothea Lasky, Marie Ponsot and many more) and a selection of celebrities, Dustin Hoffman, Woody Allen, Courtney Love, Cindy Crawford, etc. reading books of poetry or books about poetry. Printed in Iceland by Oddi Press. 80 pp., First edition of 200 copies ISBN: 978-1-5323-5455-7
by jason nealonFire Power: Bending Reality with Movie Symbolism is the second published work by author Jason Nealon, M.D. Just as Fire Sight: True Stories of Miracles & Immortality forever altered people’s perceptions of aliens and UFOs, this book continues in a similar vein and leaves the reader struggling to ever see movies the same way again.
by Sylvia LongmireWhere do you want to roll today? Accessible travel writer, explorer, and photographer Sylvia Longmire asks herself this question every day as she lives her very active life from the vantage point of a power wheelchair. Despite having been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in 2005 and being completely unable to walk, she refuses to let that slow her down. With her sense of adventure and camera in hand, she and her electric scooter have set out to see what the world has to offer while her bod... more
by Chaim BezalelThe author and artist began collecting small carvings as a child in the 1960's. Only later did he begin to research the religious and cultural meaning behind many of these objects. He began doing a series of paintings of these as well as objects in other collections. The objects, all by anonymous artists, span six thousand years. They are described and put into context as they migrate from their original cultic and religious purpose to their presence in modern day collections. Finally, so as no... more
by Chaim BezalelA 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
by Raul FoleaFor 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
by Dale GarellWhen, 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
by Sabrena Bishop and Madison Bishop