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Surpassing Creation By Amanda Hall
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An artist with the face of a fragmented Picasso strives for transcendent aestheticism, in sculpture defiant of his birth defect. A lady horticulturist continues to beautify her orchards, in spite of... More > the environmentalist propaganda harming her enterprise. A postmodern scholar comes between these two potential soul-mates, operating under the conviction that Beauty is a myth, and that Western Bounty is an enemy to all. This fiction is preceded by my critical essay, “ ‘Ugliness’ for The Beautiful: Resurrecting the Romantic Monsters of Stoker, Shelley, Hugo, Leroux, Rostand and Poe to Defeat Jason, Chucky and Freddy.”< Less
Tips for a contemporary painter By Daryl Urig
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What Urig offers us in his book “Tips for the Contemporary Painter” is his version of artistic truths in painting. He has personally tested them all. He explains that we as artists need... More > to set a good example. Developing a “Painters Code” will help rid our profession of myths and half-truths. Painters have an important role. What we create should add value and beauty to our world while providing respect for the painter and his work.< Less
Mental Rhythms: A Collectshun Uv Poetick Peacesays By Khame'
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Real life. Real truth. Poetick Peacesays that are more than lines of rhyme. Imperfect grammar to mirror the perfect imperfections of life.
Hoard (2012) By Kate Morrell
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'Hoard: The Ethics of Acquisition' is the reconfiguration of an archaeological report from the collections of SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies) Library. The work is concerned with the... More > perception of excavation as an uncovering of the truth. 'Hoard' presents a landscape where notions of ownership are questioned. In its presentation of 742 looted archaeological sites and wounded landscapes, the document constructs different meanings and histories from the site images. The original artists' book that precedes this 2012 edition - 'Hoard: The Ethics of Acquisition' (2010) - was produced as a unique book work. This print-on-demand, open edition was published on the occasion of the London Art Book Fair 2012, Whitechapel Gallery, London. You can read more about this artists' publication at Pleatspress.com.< Less
What We Love By J. A. Jones
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Jacob Miller, a painter confined to a wheel chair most of his life as a result of childhood polio, is confronted with whether to end his friend's life when that friend is lying unable to move a... More > muscle after breaking his neck. What We Love, takes us on a voyage through eight years in Jacob’s life from a poor artist living with his to-be wife in SoHo to ultimate worldwide success. During the course of his development his sole pursuit is getting at the truth in everything he paints. Yet near the end of the story he tells the world and his wife a lie that only she can uncover.< Less
Can Salvat By Jeff Engberg
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Disillusioned by Amerika at the end of the 1980s, Jess packs a bag and heads for Europe not knowing what he will find in his search for Bohemian ideals of Truth, Beauty, Love and Freedom. This quest... More > of a young man's search for himself leads the young artist from California to an art school in Norway and on to Spain where he befriends a coterie of bohemian artists that give him everything he ever dreamed of, and much more. This Kerouacian road trip drowns Jess in wine, drums, horses, love, devotion, adventure, Hemingwayesque festivals, questionable gurus, fireworks, and finally a home.< Less
Wild Old Me By Barbara Cressman
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This is the story of an art student who ached to be able to describe herself as “besotted” like the heroines in the books she read. She found that she had to fudge a little, but she... More > worked hard to keep from looking too carefully at dull, annoying truths. In a jazz bar one winter night in 1959, she happened upon an adorable boy with blue eyes, black-framed glasses and a handsome nose who was reading The Brothers Karamazov. That meeting was enough for her to create for herself a great love story where she’d finally get to use her word. Besotted. • • Although the adorable boy could not be said to wholeheartedly share the girl’s romantic enthusiasms, he was in sync with her regarding running off to California, something that was considered earthshaking in those long-ago days. He married her because she wanted him to, (he was nice that way) and off they went, in his little blue Volkswagen Bug, leaving Pennsylvania (his) and Connecticut (hers) and upset parents (hers) behind, toward a Brand New Life.< Less
THE UNPOLISHED MAN By David Alexander English
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Autobiography of the visionary, contemporary artist David Alexander English..
More Fun! By Phillip Hedgspeth
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A continuation of real-life episodes containing lessons learned in both laughter and pain... with some artistic script added just for fun.
More Fun! By Phillip Hedgspeth
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A continuation of real-life episodes containing lessons learned in both laughter and pain... with some artistic script added just for fun.

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