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Northwood By Rick Gallup
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Northwood is a coming of age novel set in the 1970's of Columbus, Ohio. On a street near Ohio State University, a friendly neighborhood helps the protagonist find himself after a life crisis. ... More > Counseling visits and group therapy at the local mental health center punctuate the progress of self discovery. The central character is an artist and photographer working for a sign company. He learns sign language to communicate with a deaf co-worker, who becomes his friend. The novel is also a snapshot of Columbus, Ohio during an interesting era, seen through the eyes of an unusual cast of characters.< Less
Chapters of My Life By Clarice Gallup
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Clarice Gallup candidly reveals her personal journey through life's sometimes sudden and tragic changes. Her mother died when she was a teenager and the family farm was lost shortly after. She... More > lived through the difficult war and post war years in Minneapolis. Her marriage to a WWII serviceman begins with the traumatic birth of their hydrocephalic baby. The memoir continues through a long life that moves back and forth across the country with highs and lows, written with a positive, forward-looking enthusiasm.< Less
Timeless By Richard Gallup
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The fine art film photographs of Richard Gallup. The images in this book were produced in a darkroom between 1976 and 2006.
Makin' Art, A Street Artist's Story By Rick Gallup
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Art fairs change shape and move around, but I think of them as one place because their essential essence stays the same. The location might be a city I've never been in, but I'm at home as soon as I... More > get there. Exhibit canopies go up, familiar faces go by, and for two or three days a little village of artists comes together and then disappears. This village is where I have lived most weekends, from May to October for over thirty years. The other place I live is a small historic village in Ohio where my wife and I raised a family. I also have a little art gallery and picture framing business in our hundred year old house. My story is partly about the double life street artists lead, being part of two very different communities.< Less