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Get Inspired - Water By Love From Me
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This calendar includes 12 beach and water related images, along with a description of why the artist considers the image to be inspirational. The Love From Me Project is the 3rd annual Art Book... More > Project compiled and edited by Sara Harley. Sixty one artists from several countries around the world donated their artwork to help inspire others while raising funds for cancer charity. This year's project will donate all proceeds raised to the Rose Fund c/o the Health Services Foundation in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. This is a registered charity created to help cancer patients deal with financial difficulties. Full details about the project are available on the blog: http://www.lovefrommeproject.blogspot.com< Less
Flashbulb Fragility of Water-Imitating Glass By Diane R. Jackson
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The poetic ramblings of a collegiate twenty-something as she tries to find her voice in a world of societal desperation and nonsensical ideals. The book is a total hodgepodge of topics ranging from... More > love to politics to inspiration to real-life issues, and everything in between. It's not completely up-lifting; nor is it angst-ridden. It's just simple, straightforward work that teens and young adults can easily understand and relate to. It deals with the fragility of naive youth and how easy it is to come to the realization that no matter how hard you try to believe in the goodness of the world, things can happen to make you think otherwise. This is the type of poetry to read when you're not focusing on any given issue and can calmly veg out, drink your cappucino, and just enjoy the fine, simple art of reading.< Less
Flashbulb Fragility of Water-Imitating Glass By Diane R. Jackson
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The poetic ramblings of a collegiate twenty-something as she tries to find her voice in a world of societal desperation and nonsensical ideals. The book is a total hodgepodge of topics ranging from... More > love to politics to inspiration to real-life issues, and everything in between. It's not completely up-lifting; nor is it angst-ridden. It's just simple, straightforward work that teens and young adults can easily understand and relate to. It deals with the fragility of naive youth and how easy it is to come to the realization that no matter how hard you try to believe in the goodness of the world, things can happen to make you think otherwise. This is the type of poetry to read when you're not focusing on any given issue and can calmly veg out, drink your cappucino, and just enjoy the fine, simple art of reading.< Less
Blue Planet: An Eco-Art Exhibition By Women's Caucus for Art
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Blue Planet Catalog is a collection of art work shown at SomArts San Francisco, June 2010, hosted by the Women's Caucus for Art and juried by Kim Abeles. Eco-art carries a layered meaning that aids... More > in the understanding and appreciation of the environment, addresses community values, and/or inspires activism on behalf of the ecological systems of which humans and their cultures are a part. For the Blue Planet Exhibition, this chosen work examines and explores the social, political and economic issues related to water. Given that water covers 70% of our "Blue Planet, the art in this exhibition is an opportunity to re-envision, reclaim, remediate and restore our relationships with this most precious resource.< Less
Blue Planet By Women's Caucus for Art
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Blue Planet Catalog is a collection of art work shown at SomArts San Francisco, June 2010, hosted by the Women’s Caucus for Art and juried by Kim Abeles. Eco-art carries a layered meaning that... More > aids in the understanding and appreciation of the environment, addresses community values, and/or inspires activism on behalf of the ecological systems of which humans and their cultures are a part. For the Blue Planet Exhibition, this chosen work examines and explores the social, political and economic issues related to water. Given that water covers 70% of our "Blue Planet, the art in this exhibition is an opportunity to re-envision, reclaim, remediate and restore our relationships with this most precious resource.< Less
Blue McRight: "Quench" at Samuel Freeman By Samuel Freeman
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Catalogue of the exhibition of sculpture and painting by Los Angeles based artist Blue McRight, shown at the Samuel Freeman gallery in 2013.
Big Boys Don't Cry By Jeanne Tompkins
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Georgina Sophia Bailey is a determined young woman who is working towards making her mark in the world of finance. All is going according to plan both in her personal and professional life where she... More > can look forward to a glittering future. However it all turns to ashes, she is caught up in a dreadful scandal, and the man she thought she could spend the rest of her life with turns his back on her and runs away to America. Her future appears to be in tatters but she picks herself up and, with the help of her landlady's disabled son, starts afresh. This is her story, together with all the varied characters that are part of the rich and colourful tapestry of this tale. The characters move from Bedford England to Northumberland, the great City of York then over the water to New York and Washington DC. And finally return to York. This is Jeanne's first novel and as she approaches her 80th birthday, she continues to write.< Less
Under the Sea - You Write the Story - Book 6 By Chris Morningforest, Rebecca Raymond
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Under the Sea is Book 6 in a series created so that young authors can practice using a set of related illustrations to write their own story. Filled with colorful pictures, the book encourages young... More > writers to make up a tale of fun and adventure. The story begins when Huckleberry Happy and Hetty Horse go to the beach. They have fun in the sand and then snorkel with lots of funny fish and other sea creatures. There are questions, after the story ends, which help the writer focus on elements of creating a story, encouraging further exploration. Come join other children around the world as they use our books to reinforce Language Arts skills. We also create phonics books, alphabet focused books, and general story books, all of which emphasize caring and sharing and positive aspects of living. Find our books on this and other internet sites. Search: Chris Morningforest. We are-Creating A Happy World of Stories for Kids Everywhere.< Less
The Great Wheel By Edward Lense and Bruce Robinson
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Edward Lense has written a series of strong, personal poems on the metaphysical framework of a deck of Tarot cards, a device, with its fascinating ambiguity and resonance, that serves his purpose... More > remarkably well. The Tarot concepts work as a kind of I Ching-like throw of the coins to stimulate meditations on the poet’s life that are both passionate and fully guided. Accompanying these poems are drawings by Bruce Robinson, which have a roughness that speaks to the underlying torment in the poems, related at times to a kind of theological undertow that seems present in both. The Great Wheel seems to be a force of destruction and death, running through this work’s conscious or unconscious voices, and challenging the reader to confront a fuller understanding of what it means to be alive. As the poet says here, “Another body stirs inside my body,/its slow pulse not the beat of my heart but the tides,/a cloud of blood suspended in water.”< Less
The Great Wheel By Edward Lense and Bruce Robinson
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Edward Lense has written a series of strong, personal poems on the metaphysical framework of a deck of Tarot cards, a device, with its fascinating ambiguity and resonance, that serves his purpose... More > remarkably well. The Tarot concepts work as a kind of I Ching-like throw of the coins to stimulate meditations on the poet’s life that are both passionate and fully guided. Accompanying these poems are drawings by Bruce Robinson, which have a roughness that speaks to the underlying torment in the poems, related at times to a kind of theological undertow that seems present in both. The Great Wheel seems to be a force of destruction and death, running through this work’s conscious or unconscious voices, and challenging the reader to confront a fuller understanding of what it means to be alive. As the poet says here, “Another body stirs inside my body,/its slow pulse not the beat of my heart but the tides,/a cloud of blood suspended in water.”< Less