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Silver Medal Winner, 2019 PubWest Book Design Awards Eric Wert's flowers, fruits, and vegetables are the stuff of a florist's or farmer's perfection-objects of incomparable beauty, hyperrealistic, radiant, and arranged in a tumult that's filled with life. Within this bounty, the artist also recognizes the realities of the garden, forest, and field: snails, slugs, and ants; ladybugs, bees, and ... read more
Water wakes. Wildlife greets the day and finds shelter, safety, and fun on the river in this lyrical, ecologically oriented counting book. One willow flycatcher, two dragonflies, three kit foxes, and more thrive in their habitat. As kids count, the day turns from dawn to dusk, and the character of the water changes as quickly as a child's moods. Animals sing, leap, tiptoe, toboggan, hoot, hunt... read more
Irene Hardwicke Olivieri s enchanting, idiosyncratic, and curiously complex artworks explore the subterranean aspects of life love and relationships, secrets and obsessions all the while opening a window to what she calls the mysterious workshop of nature. In Irene Hardwicke Olivieri: Closer to Wildness, we witness an artist infinitely inspired by the natural world. Her intricate paintings are... read more
Beth Van Hoesen: Fauna & Flora devotes two essays to the dutiful renderings of flowers and animals for which Van Hoesen is best known. Using curator, artist, and printer interviews alongside quotations from Van Hoesen's unpublished 1981 journal, Bob Hicks examines her work within the context of the contemporary art world and the history of figurative art. More than ninety prints and drawings i... read more
Spirit, as Robert Bissell says, is nearly impossible to describe. It's full of magic and mystery, and you can find it only when you allow yourself to experience it firsthand. This is something best done in the natural world. Zoomorphism, using animals to show us human qualities, is Bissell's way of pointing out, with a smile or a nod, that we are all part of a multidimensional world. Humans ar... read more
Way up north, in the Canadian territory of Nunavut, Inuit artists at the Cape Dorset printmaking studios share their culture with the world through art. The Inuit treasure their language and stories, which often feature owls, loons, and other birds of the Arctic.This read-aloud board book presents rhyming couplets accompanying ten intriguing prints of owls and loons, brightly colored and full ... read more
These fascinating bugs and butterflies are fun to look at and fun to count! Arranged in artful patterns, they practically crawl or fly right off the pages. Discover Bugs that look like jewels or have legs like a frog. Wonder at Butterflies with wings that glow or are as clear as glass. Artist Christopher Marley's designs are paired with Zoe Burke's rhyming text to make this counting romp withi... read more
To Robert Rahway Zakanitch, life is full of ordinary miracles and the boundless beauty of humanity, which he expresses on paper and canvas in what essayist David Pagel calls a wild collision between freewheeling bohemian abandon and settled-down domestic sociability. Zakanitch, who was trained in commercial art and has a background in advertising, began to paint seriously amid the 1960s cultur... read more
Written by Scott A. Shields and published in conjunction with the exhibition organized by the Pasadena Museum of California Art in collaboration with the Crocker Art Museum, E. Charlton Fortune: The Colorful Spirit presents more than one hundred fifty reproductions and photographs of Fortune's paintings and church furnishings, as well as photographs and a detailed chronology outlining her unco... read more
What should medicine do when it can’t save your life?The modern healthcare system has become proficient at staving off death with aggressive interventions. And yet, eventually everyone dies—and although most Americans say they would prefer to die peacefully at home, more than half of all deaths take place in hospitals or health care facilities.At the End of Life—the latest collaborative book p... read more
This board book blooms and buzzes with Lisa Houck's vibrant artwork and rhyming text. While the garden grows, little ones can count the flowers adding in two butterflies and a bug. They'll have fun learning their numbers while filling in the missing 8 and 9 on their way to 10.
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