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Art of Jonathan Green 2017

Art of Jonathan Green 2017 Author
ISBN-10 1631141066
Release 2016-08-01
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Art of Jonathan Green 2018 Calendar

Art of Jonathan Green 2018 Calendar Author
ISBN-10 1631141538
Release 2017-07-15
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Art of Jonathan Green 2018 Calendar has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Art of Jonathan Green 2018 Calendar also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Art of Jonathan Green 2018 Calendar book for free.



Gullah Images

Gullah Images Author
ISBN-10 9781570031458
Release 1996
Pages 214
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In his art Jonathan Green paints the world of his childhood and an ode to a people imbued with a profound respect for the dignity and value of others - the Gullah people of the South Carolina barrier islands. His vibrant canvases, beloved for their sense of jubilation and rediscovery, evoke the meaning of community in Gullah society and display a reverence for the rich visual, oral, and spiritual traditions of its culture. His art reveals a keen awareness of the interpersonal, social, and natural environments in which we live.



Gullah Culture in America

Gullah Culture in America Author Wilbur Cross
ISBN-10 0275994503
Release 2008
Pages 269
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Gullah-an African English hybrid language-has been spoken by people of African descent in the U.S. for 400 years, and is growing in its social, cultural, and historical influence.



Eye of the Sixties

Eye of the Sixties Author Judith E. Stein
ISBN-10 9780374715205
Release 2016-07-12
Pages 384
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In 1959, Richard Bellamy was a witty, poetry-loving beatnik on the fringe of the New York art world who was drawn to artists impatient for change. By 1965, he was representing Mark di Suvero, was the first to show Andy Warhol’s pop art, and pioneered the practice of “off-site” exhibitions and introduced the new genre of installation art. As a dealer, he helped discover and champion many of the innovative successors to the abstract expressionists, including Claes Oldenburg, James Rosenquist, Donald Judd, Dan Flavin, Walter De Maria, and many others. The founder and director of the fabled Green Gallery on Fifty-Seventh Street, Bellamy thrived on the energy of the sixties. With the covert support of America’s first celebrity art collectors, Robert and Ethel Scull, Bellamy gained his footing just as pop art, minimalism, and conceptual art were taking hold and the art world was becoming a playground for millionaires. Yet as an eccentric impresario dogged by alcohol and uninterested in profits or posterity, Bellamy rarely did more than show the work he loved. As fellow dealers such as Leo Castelli and Sidney Janis capitalized on the stars he helped find, Bellamy slowly slid into obscurity, becoming the quiet man in oversize glasses in the corner of the room, a knowing and mischievous smile on his face. Born to an American father and a Chinese mother in a Cincinnati suburb, Bellamy moved to New York in his twenties and made a life for himself between the Beat orbits of Provincetown and white-glove events like the Guggenheim’s opening gala. No matter the scene, he was always considered “one of us,” partying with Norman Mailer, befriending Diane Arbus and Yoko Ono, and hosting or performing in historic Happenings. From his early days at the Hansa Gallery to his time at the Green to his later life as a private dealer, Bellamy had his finger on the pulse of the culture. Based on decades of research and on hundreds of interviews with Bellamy’s artists, friends, colleagues, and lovers, Judith E. Stein’s Eye of the Sixties rescues the legacy of the elusive art dealer and tells the story of a counterculture that became the mainstream. A tale of money, taste, loyalty, and luck, Richard Bellamy’s life is a remarkable window into the art of the twentieth century and the making of a generation’s aesthetic. -- "Bellamy had an understanding of art and a very fine sense of discovery. There was nobody like him, I think. I certainly consider myself his pupil." --Leo Castelli



Charleston A Good Life

Charleston  A Good Life Author Ned Brown
ISBN-10 9781628728422
Release 2017-10-03
Pages 216
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Inspired by the legendary work of Slim Aarons, a photographic narrative tour of a beautiful, unique, historical city and the remarkable people who live there. Author Ned Brown kicks off the Good Life series with the story about what makes Charleston, South Carolina so desirable to its residents and the five million visitors who seek it out each year. This stunning coffee- table book features photographs by Gately Williams, whose work is regularly featured in Garden & Gun, Coastal Living, and other publications. With his signature ease, Brown profiles more than fifty “interesting Charlestonians, doing interesting things in a beautiful place.” Charleston: A Good Life highlights native Charlestonians and those who have made the southern Holy City their home during the past two decades. Some are wealthy, many not, but all enjoy the richness of a place that has been voted the best small city in the world by Travel + Leisure magazine.



Dream Big Dreams

Dream Big Dreams Author Pete Souza
ISBN-10 9780316514118
Release 2017-11-21
Pages 96
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From former Chief Official White House Photographer Pete Souza comes a book for young readers that highlights Barack Obama's historic presidency and the qualities and actions that make him so beloved. Pete Souza served as Chief Official White House Photographer for President Obama's full two terms. He was with the President during more crucial moments than anyone else - and he photographed them all, capturing scenes both classified and candid. Throughout his historic presidency, Obama engaged with young people as often as he could, encouraging them to be their best and do their best and to always "dream big dreams." In this timeless and timely keepsake volume that features over seventy-five full-color photographs, Souza shows the qualities of President Obama that make him both a great leader and an extraordinary man. With behind-the-scenes anecdotes of some iconic photos alongside photos with his family, colleagues, and other world leaders, Souza tells the story of a president who made history and still made time to engage with even the youngest citizens of the country he served. By the author of Obama: An Intimate Portrait, the definitive visual biography of Barack Obama's presidency, Dream Big Dreams was created especially for young readers and not only provides a beautiful portrait of a president but shows the true spirit of the man.



365 Days in Ireland

365 Days in Ireland Author
ISBN-10 0761145583
Release 2007-08
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Tuna Does Vegas

Tuna Does Vegas Author Jaston Williams
ISBN-10 0573697361
Release 2010-01-01
Pages 76
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Tuna Does Vegas has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Tuna Does Vegas also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Tuna Does Vegas book for free.



Drawing Faces Features

Drawing  Faces   Features Author Debra Kaufman Yaun
ISBN-10 9781610598460
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 32
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Successfully drawing the human face is one of the most challenging yet rewarding artistic experiences. In this step-by-step book, Debra Kauffman Yaun invites you into her artistic world as she shows you how to draw a variety of portraits in pencil. She shares her personal methods for rendering the human face in all its expressiveness as she introduces tips and techniques for approaching babies, children, teenagers, and adults of all ages. The book includes in-depth information on specific facial features as well as detailed, step-by-step exercises that explore ways to develop complete portraits. And the wealth of beautiful, inspiring examples ensure that Faces & Features will be a welcome addition to any artist’s drawing reference library



The Book of Common Prayer

The Book of Common Prayer Author Church of England
ISBN-10 BSB:BSB10589634
Release 1681
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The Book of Common Prayer has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Book of Common Prayer also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Book of Common Prayer book for free.



The Book of Will

The Book of Will Author Lauren Gunderson
ISBN-10 9780822237723
Release 2018-06-18
Pages 95
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Without William Shakespeare, we wouldn’t have literary masterpieces like Romeo and Juliet. But without Henry Condell and John Heminges, we would have lost half of Shakespeare’s plays forever! After the death of their friend and mentor, the two actors are determined to compile the First Folio and preserve the words that shaped their lives. They’ll just have to borrow, beg, and band together to get it done. Amidst the noise and color of Elizabethan London, THE BOOK OF WILL finds an unforgettable true story of love, loss, and laughter, and sheds new light on a man you may think you know.



The I and the Not I

The I and the Not I Author Mary Esther Harding
ISBN-10 9780691017969
Release 1965
Pages 244
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A nontechnical elucidation of fundamental Jungian concepts and terminology dealing with the growth of consciousness in a human being



The Year My Politics Broke

The Year My Politics Broke Author Jonathan Green
ISBN-10 9780522864380
Release 2013-10-01
Pages 192
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Is there more to politics than politics? What about sincere belief? Or conviction? Both are missing in action, trumped by political expedience. We’ve just sat through an election campaign in which the major parties fought a pitched battle over precious little, two bitterly adversarial political organisations scrambling desperately for the middle ground, aiming for the broadest common denominator. But the problem is bigger than just this election. We are living through a moment in which the pursuit of power seems the sole objective of political activity. True for Julia Gillard, Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott. Shouldn’t someone hold them to account? Our political media perhaps? Why does it just report politics as show business? The sum of it leaves the rest of us short-changed. In The Year My Politics Broke, Jonathan Green looks at where politics, truth and disconnection collide.



Hir

Hir Author Taylor Mac
ISBN-10 9780822234951
Release 2017-03-16
Pages 64
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Somewhere in the suburbs, Isaac has returned from the wars to help take care of his ailing father, only to discover a household in revolt. The insurgent: his mom. Liberated from an oppressive marriage, with Isaac’s newly out transgender sibling as her ally, she’s on a crusade to dismantle the patriarchy. But in Taylor Mac’s sly, subversive comedy, annihilating the past doesn’t always free you from it.



Alice in Space

Alice in Space Author Gillian Beer
ISBN-10 9780226404790
Release 2016-11-30
Pages 240
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In Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, Lewis Carroll created fantastic worlds that continue to delight and trouble readers of all ages today. Few consider, however, that Carroll conceived his Alice books during the 1860s, a moment of intense intellectual upheaval, as new scientific, linguistic, educational, and mathematical ideas flourished around him and far beyond. Alice in Space reveals the contexts within which the Alice books first lived, bringing back the zest to jokes lost over time and poignancy to hidden references. Gillian Beer explores Carroll’s work through the speculative gaze of Alice, for whom no authority is unquestioned and everything can speak. Parody and Punch, evolutionary debates, philosophical dialogues, educational works for children, math and logic, manners and rituals, dream theory and childhood studies—all fueled the fireworks. While much has been written about Carroll’s biography and his influence on children’s literature, Beer convincingly shows him at play in the spaces of Victorian cultural and intellectual life, drawing on then-current controversies, reading prodigiously across many fields, and writing on multiple levels to please both children and adults in different ways. With a welcome combination of learning and lightness, Beer reminds us that Carroll’s books are essentially about curiosity, its risks and pleasures. Along the way, Alice in Space shares Alice’s exceptional ability to spark curiosity in us, too.



Look Alive Out There

Look Alive Out There Author Sloane Crosley
ISBN-10 9780374711801
Release 2018-04-03
Pages 256
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Sloane Crosley returns to the form that made her a household name in really quite a lot of households: Essays! From the New York Times–bestselling author Sloane Crosley comes Look Alive Out There—a brand-new collection of essays filled with her trademark hilarity, wit, and charm. The characteristic heart and punch-packing observations are back, but with a newfound coat of maturity. A thin coat. More of a blazer, really. Fans of I Was Told There’d Be Cake and How Did You Get This Number know Sloane Crosley’s life as a series of relatable but madcap misadventures. In Look Alive Out There, whether it’s playing herself on Gossip Girl,scaling active volcanoes, crashing shivas, befriending swingers, or staring down the barrel of the fertility gun, Crosley continues to rise to the occasion with unmatchable nerve and electric one-liners. And as her subjects become more serious, her essays deliver not just laughs but lasting emotional heft and insight. Crosley has taken up the gauntlets thrown by her predecessors—Dorothy Parker, Nora Ephron, David Sedaris—and crafted something rare, affecting, and true. Look Alive Out There arrives on the tenth anniversary of I Was Told There’d be Cake, and Crosley’s essays have managed to grow simultaneously more sophisticated and even funnier. And yet she’s still very much herself, and it’s great to have her back—and not a moment too soon (or late, for that matter).