A year filled with gijinka! Gijinka are human versions of non-human characters. Each month shows a different character from a different series! This is a group effort, with many different artists... More > lending their time and skills to it!< Less
The 2014 "I Love Cocker Spaniels" Calendar that contains photos of 76 wonderful Cocker Spaniels.
This calendar has no holidays marked, and starts the week on a Monday.
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"A Lot" displays thirty two color photographs of lots in an urban area. One-upping Ed Rusha's "Thirty Six Parking Lots" (in which only thirty one photographs appear) and a nod to... More > Gordon Matta Clark's "Odd Lots". "A Lot" is not simply a comment on urban land use, but an undermining of pictorial photography's capability of documenting. Jeff Eaton uses photography to collect, offer, and reinterpret, in order to suggest that the meaning of the photograph is outside itself.< Less
Lot's Wife- A Look At The Expmple Lot's Wife Left Us In Scripture And A Look At The Words Of The Apostle Paul- "Forgetting The Past, I Press Forward Toward The Prize; Toward The High Calling... More > Of God In Christ Jesus". . .< Less
“Brian Dedora's Lot 351 is a tour de force by a master of his craft. Like the Beethoven sonata played on the Conrad Graf that Dedora references, the “tempi, dynamics, and tone” of... More > the collection move forward to a "finale" in which the "substance of its theme" becomes both "lost in a long gathering climax" and "reconstituted in all its simplicity"—the simplicity of a past desire that was unfulfilled and, for that very reason, remains achingly real and deeply moving. A rare combination of intense feeling, precise observation, and keen intelligence, Lot 351 is also unflinchingly personal and enormously generous—a lament so felt, poignant, and exquisite that it becomes a celebration.”—D.M.R. Bentley, Professor of English, Western University< Less