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The Life and Art of Wilson Hurley

Celebrating the Richness of Reality
By Rosalyn Roembke Hurley
Edited by Susan Hallsten McGarry

In paintings of natural wonders throughout the galaxy, Wilson Hurley was committed to expressing his love of the richness of reality.

Subjects: Art

The Magnolia Code

By Joan Brooks Baker

In this embellished memoir, Baker shares how she navigated her bifurcated world, defying the Magnolia Code and finding role models in rebellious women.

Beings

The Art of Mark Spencer
By Clayton CampbellDavid Clemmer

Since 1969 Mark Spencer has been producing drawings and paintings that are compelling, beautiful, and sometimes disturbing.

Subjects: Art

Human

The Art of Beth Cavener
By Garth ClarkEzra ShalesLauren Redding

The animals in Beth Cavener’s work are better described as avatars, embodiments of persons or emotions that disguise her subjects.

Subjects: Art

Affinities

Photographs by Timothy Hearsum
Photographs by Timothy Hearsum

Affinities is a multilayered exploration of the similarities as well as the contrasts Timothy Hearsum finds in his subjects.

Subjects: Photography

The Poetry of Compassion

By Patrick Pietroni

This slender volume offers the reader a poetic entrance into or reintroduction to the recognition and practice of compassion on all levels: to humans, to the largest or smallest of the animal kingdom, and to our beloved Earth.

Subjects: PoetryPhilosophy

Charlie Burk

Journey in Abstraction

Nature provides the subject for the beautifully intricate patterns and graceful lines of the art of Charlie Burk.

Subjects: Art

The Linens

Paintings by Ciel Bergman, 1970–1977
By Ciel BergmanStuart AshmanPeter FrankAngie RizzoPeter Selz

The Linens are a groundbreaking series of forty-eight acrylic paintings on unstretched Belgian linen made from 1970 to 1977 by Ciel Bergman, begun at age thirty-two.

Subjects: Art

Reflections

The Art of Robert Gratiot
By Robert Gratiot

Gratiot precisely conveys a particular scene through meticulously produced details, each down to the smallest and expertly handled.

Subjects: Art

The Race

Tales in Flight
By Patrick Nagatani

The Race is a novel about the discovery of fifteen Supermarine Spitfire airplanes buried in Burma at the end of World War II and their subsequent excavation, acquisition, and transformation into state-of-the-art floatplanes, capable of traveling long distances and landing at sea.

Subjects: Fiction

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