"Knuckle Road" the journey of an artist

eBook (PDF), 36 Pages
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Price: $1.25
A biography that reveals the tumultuous experience of pursuing an art career. Included are many examples of oil paintings, watercolor paintings, drawings, photographs and sculptures. This story should be educational, enlightening and entertaining for anyone interested in fine arts as a profession or a hobby.
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  • By jrwelch713
    Oct 15, 2009
    "great book" I really enjoyed this bio. The writer captured the spirit of the artist, to which I feel I know him personally. The painting are masterpieces and I feel like a better person having seen them!
  • By George Heaton
    Oct 26, 2007
    "Re: great book" Great book indeed, this is nonfiction at its best. The tale of the trials and tribulations of an inspired artist's attempts to master his field and provide for his family while staying true to his dreams. Most artist rarely achieve fame before their deaths but it looks like he will. Surely with the quality of art displayed in this book it won't be long before his work is discovered and his success is ensured. Let's hope so. Good job Mike, keep up your high level of achievment for all to enjoy. An envious artist, George
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Second Edition
September 30, 2011
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