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The artist s journey into the interior

Author : Erich Heller
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The Artist s Journey

Author : Steven Pressfield
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"I have a theory about the Hero's Journey. We all have one. We have many, in fact. But our primary hero's journey is the passage we live out, in real life, before we find our calling. The hero's journey ends when, like Odysseus, we return home to Ithaca, to the place from which we started. What then? The passage that comes next is The Artist's Journey. On our artist's journey, we move past Resistance and past self-sabotage. We discover our true selves and our authentic calling, and we produce the works we were born to create. You are an artist too-whether you realize it or not, whether you like it or not-and you have an artist's journey. Will you live it out? Will you follow your Muse and do the work you were born to do? Ready or not, you are called."--Back cover.

The Artist s Journey

Author : Nancy Hillis
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A reflection journal crafted to nudge you to explore the inner landscape of your creativity as well as believe in yourself as an artist. Lessons and creative prompts unfold as poets and writers speak universal truths across the centuries, exhorting you to reflect upon your life and what's what's meaningful to you on your creative journey.

The Artist s Journey

Author : Lisa Maus
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The Artists Journey is a pathway for artists who have had little or no training in the world of art. In order to create a great composition one needs to know the keys of perspective and lessons to practice them on in order to remember them. If you do all the lessons and understand all the keys you can walk away a better painter who can paint whatever you want and sell it, because it looks right.

The Artist s Journey

Author : Kent Nerburn
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The creative life is not easy. From the outside it can seem romantic and exciting, but in fact it is a unique journey filled with doubts and dreams and complex challenges that most people never imagine. From the obvious issues of making a living and dealing with rejection, to more rarified questions like how to know when a work is finished and the delicate balance between inspiration and craft, the creative artist – whether writer, painter, actor, or dancer – lives in a world of profound questions and subtle choices. The Artist’s Journey takes you into this world with an emotional honesty that few books offer. At once practical and spiritual, it is a rare exploration of the inner landscape of the artistic experience and an essential guidebook to the artist's journey, for creative artists in all fields, whether young or old, accomplished or just beginning.

An Artist s Journey

Author : Franz Liszt
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The composer's writings show the cities, people, and scenes of his travels in the 1830's, and explore ideas about art and its place in the world

MANNO an Artist s Journey

Author : Jenny Manno
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MANNO is a comprehensive glimpse into the inspired mind of an artist that has embraced and championed numerous mediums and artistic styles throughout her powerful and prolific career. Welcome to the world of art created by Jenny Manno. This collection will guide you through the progression of her career by media type while sharing the artist's story about how she started and maintains her muse in the always-changing world of art and illustration.

The Artists Journey

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Anna s Egypt An Artist s Journey

Author : Anna Boghiguian
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"Anna Boghiguian, one of Egypt's foremost contemporary artists, has traveled the globe and recorded her artistic reaction to each new place in drawings and paintings in the notebooks she carries everywhere. But her roads through India or Cambodia, Canada or France always come back to the land of her birth, Egypt. Her drawings of Egypt reflect her instinctive and emotional responses to the country's many layers of history and myth, and to the people, ancient and modern, grand and everyday, who populate those histories and myths with such entrancing spirit. In this very personal presentation of Egypt, Anna Boghiguian shares both her visual and her verbal thoughts, as she leads us on a tour of this incredible land of fact and fiction, across space and in and out of time, through her words that paint pictures and her drawings that tell stories. This truly unique book is as much about the artist as it is about the land, and a treasure on both counts."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

An Artist s Journey of the Endangered Species

Author : Cherry Demir
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"Colour is a dynamic force in art and life. An Artist's Journey of the Endangered Species delves into the use of colour, space and artistic interpretation of some endangered animals in order to raise not only awareness, but also to entice a sense of empathy and connection. Each subject has been created with a consideration of colour flow, movement and stance in order to provide an original representation of each animal. All originals have been painted in oils."--Back cover.

Into the Wilderness

Author : Stephen Lyman
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During years of study and exploration, Stephen Lyman discovered his calling: to paint the wilderness with passionate commitment, and to communicate the joy found there in each image. Through his beautiful paintings and extraordinary photography he celebrates the importance of the wilderness as a whole. Into the Wilderness is more than a splendid art book. With it, you can journey with Lyman into a wilderness very few have experienced. You can share the sensation of being in the wild--exploring, discovering, studying, and enjoying the all-encompassing beauty of unspoiled nature. Into the Wilderness features Stephen Lyman's favorite paintings, as well as many unpublished paintings and sketches. In addition, the artist includes more than one hundred of his own photographs showing details and overviews of the natural world that inspires his paintings. Through Lyman's paintings and photography, and in the words of writer and former Sierra magazine editor Mark Mardon, each of us can experience the deep quiet of the woods, find serenity at the water's edge, climb mountains, and be completely at home in the world of the wilderness.

An Artist s Journey

Author : C. Reinhardt
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The Artist s Journey to the Interior Designer

Author : Margaret Soltan
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An Artist s Journey

Author : Anton Refregier
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Once Imagined

Author : M. Hendry
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"Once Imagined takes you inside some fascinating houses, hotels and ruins from around the Muskoka region, many off limits to most of the world--private locations such as Sparrow Beach Lodge and Cooper's Falls General Store. Gravenhurst is best known for it's steamships, but in the late 1800s it was the flashpoint for a very brief gold rush and the man who discovered the first nugget built a beautiful house that he would never live in. Historical research and interviews with owners and past residents, many in their '80s and '90s, inspired the series of paintings accompanying this narrative tour through the history of each building. The last several years have seen an explosion of urban and rural exploration. Michelle Hendry invites the reader on a unique journey with words and art, offering a glimpse into these forgotten places."--

Jos Cisneros

Author : John O. West
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Jose Cisneros is an extraordinary man and artist, El Paso's legendary wizard of pen-and-ink. His works have been exhibited throughout the United States and in Mexico City. In this book, the artist's long-time friend John O. West has written an extensive biography and has compiled a retrospective collection of the artist's works.

The Children of China

Author : Song Nan Zhang
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Describes the way of life of children in the various ethnic groups in China and depicts their traditional clothing, as the author saw them while traveling through China in search of members of minority groups.

An Artist Journey

Author : Lynn Neuman
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A personal account of the artist journey which led her on a path of complete trust as she clung to her only hope in Him. This is her testimony that there is life after tragedy. A powerful account of her journey both the written and the soul revealed in her artwork.

Abstracted An Artist s Journey

Author : Norman Pirollo
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Norman Pirollo, abstract artist at Pirollo Abstracts, narrates his fascinating journey of transitioning from full time employment to being self-employed as an artist. He faced many obstacles throughout the journey where apprehension about the decision was often at the forefront. Norman also recounts his creative journey through adulthood. Perseverance, fate and critical decisions combined to map out the direction he followed later in life. Often seeking creative outlets, working as a multidisciplinary artist ultimately became his vocation. Norman Pirollo chronicles his fascinating journey over an eight year period. Follow the riveting story of how his technology career evolved into a multidisciplinary art career including sculpture, photo art and ultimately abstract painting. Read how Norman, through determination and perseverance, finally attained his goal of becoming a visual artist. Delving into and studying art history has provided him the art language and background to develop his own vision of art. Discover how he immersed himself into the abstract expressionist movement to develop a style and voice of his own. Find out how, through twists and turns, Norman acquired the skills and techniques to become an award-winning abstract artist today. The opportunity to work at something he truly enjoys has ultimately brought him solace and independence.

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Author : Alfred Gordon-Brown
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