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Pastel By David Dunbar
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An anthology of works by David Michael Dunbar including selections from Liars Corner Road, Om Nom Nom Umsplatum, Ethel, the Two-Teated Cow, Who Picked the Elephant's Nose?, Fowl Play, The Heroine... More > Mule, The Skateboarder on I-15, Spirit Lake, One Day At Dawn, Station 24 & Revenge of the Space Smelt!!! 2nd Edition, Marrpar 9 & The Bottomless Cup of Coffee, Occam's Razor & Other Deductive Proofs for Truth and God, and more.< Less
Pastel By David Dunbar
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An anthology of works by David Michael Dunbar including selections from Liars Corner Road, Om Nom Nom Umsplatum, Ethel, the Two-Teated Cow, Who Picked the Elephant's Nose?, Fowl Play, The Heroine... More > Mule, The Skateboarder on I-15, Spirit Lake, One Day At Dawn, Station 24 & Revenge of the Space Smelt!!! 2nd Edition, Marrpar 9 & The Bottomless Cup of Coffee, Occam's Razor & Other Deductive Proofs for Truth and God, and more.< Less
The Autobiography of Leisure By Narco Pastel
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This long-awaited debut novella from neo-legendary sub-surface poetess Narco Pastel marks the first attempt to translate the party into a literary medium. As a pioneering entry into the Party Novel... More > genre, The Autobiography of Leisure is designed to be digested socially, doused in communal energy, and enjoyed with a healthy suspension of objectivity. Pastel’s offering highlights the abject boredom of Modernity and attempts to replace it with an evolved dialect that centers on the importance of perpetual amusement. Contemporary society would be well-advised to heed Pastel’s morality tale of secular monastic hedonism or risk asphyxiation by spectacle. Well before its official print release The Autobiography of Leisure became the first book to be banned on the internet, as the volatility of its content and subsequent response offended the Google Documents user agreement -- the platform upon which the book was initially composed and distributed.< Less
Renoir: Pastels By Daniel Coenn
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Renoir first began to conduct experiment with pastel soon after Manet and Degas, in the mid-1870s, and his interest in the medium increased through the next decade. In contrast to his drawings, which... More > he exhibited rarely, he considered his pastels an essential part of his art work and frequently showed them in public. He rarely employed pastel for his formal portrait commissions, however, reserving the medium for works in which the sitters were friends or family (and almost exclusively young women and children, whom he saw as particularly appropriate subjects for the delicate, luminous effects of pastel). One contemporary critic has explained Renoir's pastels: "If he frequently used that medium to depict those near and dear to him, it was because pastel, which combines color with line, gave him the possibility of working rapidly to capture in all their vividness the rapid flash of intelligence and the fleeting show of emotion".< Less
Donkey Pastels By Deb Kovac
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A collection of pastels depicting donkeys and mules by donkey enthusiast Deb Kovac. Paperback and in full color 20 pages in 8.5" format.
Pastel Paintings By Mike Manzi
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PASTELS FOR ALL SEASONS By Brian Higgins
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The book includes 32 pastels by Brian A. Higgins
PASTELS FOR ALL SEASONS By Brenda Garacci
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The book showcases 32 pastels by New England pastel artist. Brian A. Higgins.
PASTELS FOR ALL SEASONS By Brian Higgins
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The book features 32 pastel paintings by New England artist Brian A. Higgins
PASTELS FOR ALL SEASONS By Brenda Garacci
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The book features 32 paintings by New England pastel artist, Brian A. Higgins