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The Artist By Ryan Anderson
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HE KILLS FOR THE LOVE OF ART. For too many years Roy Fontaine murdered at will on the streets of New Orleans. One by one, women drew their last breath in his presence; painted pictures of their faces... More > and bodies joined countless others in murals on the walls inside his house. But when Hurricane Katrina unleashed her power and fury upon the Gulf Coast, Roy was forced to abandon his flooded home and relocate to a new city. His search for a new killing ground led him to Orange Beach, AL, a small fishing village nestled snugly between Pensacola, Florida, and Mobile, Alabama. When the body of tourist Jillian Brannon is found in the sand dunes, Detective Hank Jordan begins an investigation that leads to the unimaginable in his small town. Join Detective Jordan in his hunt for the killer, the faceless man who calls himself THE ARTIST< Less
The Artist By Ryan Anderson
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HE KILLS FOR THE LOVE OF ART. For too many years Roy Fontaine murdered at will on the streets of New Orleans. One by one, women drew their last breath in his presence; painted pictures of their faces... More > and bodies joined countless others in murals on the walls inside his house. But when Hurricane Katrina unleashed her power and fury upon the Gulf Coast, Roy was forced to abandon his flooded home and relocate to a new city. His search for a new killing ground led him to Orange Beach, AL, a small fishing village nestled snugly between Pensacola, Florida, and Mobile, Alabama. When the body of tourist Jillian Brannon is found in the sand dunes, Detective Hank Jordan begins an investigation that leads to the unimaginable in his small town. Join Detective Jordan in his hunt for the killer, the faceless man who calls himself THE ARTIST< Less
Roadside Attractions: An Artist's Guide to Florida Wildflowers By Bea Nettles
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The spring flowers of Florida are shown in this book of photographs by award winning photographer Bea Nettles. This is the fifth in her series of botanical handbooks that help the curious learn the... More > names of flowers found growing in the wild. Close-ups are combined with landscape shots of the plants in their natural settings.< Less
Venice Florida...an artists view By Patrick Keigher
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Photos of Venice,FL in June...all the Snowbirds have gone north.
Design 6 \\ Artist Housing. Florida International University, 2010. By Liduam Pong
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Florida International University. School of Architecture. Design Studio 6 \\ Artist Housing.
Design 6 \\ Artist Housing. Florida International University, 2010. By Liduam Pong
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Florida International University. School of Architecture. Design Studio 6 \\ Artist Housing.
Road Tested: Life and Recipes By Carol Florida
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Road Tested is a cookbook that travels with Carol Florida through an alternative and conventional, rich and poor, upwardly and downwardly mobile life. This book pares down the living essentials of... More > forty-nine moves in 32 years; of living in suburban homes and urban apartments, cabins and farmhouses,trailers and sheds, cars, and rooms in people's houses. The living essentials encompassed in these pages are Carol's favorite recipes, family photos and memories, road musician journal entries, letters from the back-to-the-land self-sufficiency years, chronicles of seekers and messiahs, samples of her paintings and drawings, inspirations, and defining moments. Carol Florida is an artist, musician, naturalist, mother, and compulsive nest builder with an appreciation for simple living and a passion for creating and sharing the riches that money can't buy. Come inside. Eat, laugh, cry, enjoy.< Less
Artist Villa By Marco Campa
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Master Project Studio: Professor A. Andia Department of Architecture, Florida International University, Spring 2014 Artist Villa is designed in a rural area in Central Mexico and promotes the... More > idea that creativity arises as a natural response to the stimuli of our environment. With a consistent pattern that prevails as the exterior envelope of the different buildings, the design intent is to provide the artist a space of retreat in an adapting environment. Through a simple exploration of light, color, movement, and form as design elements, the Artist Villa is a mystic space that is conducive to various forms of creativity.  Just as art arises, the architecture of this project emerges from simple geometry to ultimately arrive at its own complexity.< Less
Artist Villa By Marco Campa
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Master Project Studio: Professor A. Andia Department of Architecture, Florida International University, Spring 2014 Artist Villa is designed in a rural area in Central Mexico and promotes the... More > idea that creativity arises as a natural response to the stimuli of our environment. With a consistent pattern that prevails as the exterior envelope of the different buildings, the design intent is to provide the artist a space of retreat in an adapting environment. Through a simple exploration of light, color, movement, and form as design elements, the Artist Villa is a mystic space that is conducive to various forms of creativity. Just as art arises, the architecture of this project emerges from simple geometry to ultimately arrive at its own complexity.< Less
Starving the Artist By William Aicher
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For a lot of people, creation is their livelihood. For others, it’s where their livelihood ought to be. As Richard Florida wrote in his 2004 book, The Rise of the Creative Class,... More > “Stimulating and glamorous as it may sometimes be, creativity is in fact work…The creative ethos is built on discipline and focus, sweat and blood.” All music, art, movies, writings and games were brought into being by their creators – and for these creators to have created them, there was some underlying motivation to do so. Without their creators and their motivations, creative works simply would not be. Why then, in today’s Internet culture, is all creative work expected to be free? Why is it that some individuals feel it is their right to take things that do not belong to them, without receiving any permission to do so? Why, in the Internet culture of “free,” are those creations we enjoy and value most the ones that we are most likely to simply take?< Less

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