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Islands 2012 Gallery Calendar (Page a Day Gallery Calendar)
Get away from it all. Offering a daily slice of paradise gorgeously photo- graphed in full color, Islands is a celebration of secluded beaches, pristine ocean waters, brilliant sunsets, and the pure pleasure of escape. Martinique, which the Carib Indians called “the island of flowers.” The rolling dunes of Maspalomas, on Spain’s Gran Canaria. Upolu Samoa’s breathtaking waterfalls. And the charming Venetian architecture of Greece’s Kefalonia Island. Plus crescent-shaped Molokini, the beckoning beaches of the Maldives, and Portugal’s lush Ribeira Brava. Every page is a vision of pure tranquility, an invitation to kick back and unwind. It’s instant relaxation.
Mug rugs for Quilting Gallery swap
This mug rug was made using the leftover points from the first siggy swap I participated in. I saved them for 'someday' and thought this would be a good project for such little pieces. Each half square triangle block measure 1 inch finished!
Old Mill Rug Gallery Advertising Campaign
Responsible for producing an advertising campaign for the Old Mill Rug Gallery. This ad received 2nd place for "Best Ad Over Half a Page" at the Annual Palmy Awards for advertising and design.
The reputation of Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) as an inventor and scientist, and his complex personality, have sometimes almost overshadowed the importance of his aims and techniques as a painter. This exquisite book focuses on a crucial period in the 1480s and 90s when, as a salaried court artist to Duke Ludovico Sforza in the city-state of Milan—freed from the pressures of making a living in the commercially minded Florentine republic—Leonardo produced some of the most celebrated and influential works of his career. The Last Supper, his two versions of The Virgin of the Rocks, and The Lady with an Ermine (a beautiful portrait of Cecilia Gallerani, Ludovico's mistress) were paintings that set a new standard for his Milanese contemporaries. Leonardo's style was magnified, through collaboration and imitation, to become the visual language of the regime, and by the time he returned to Florence in 1500, his status had been utterly transformed.
This new examination of Leonardo's painting career and his lasting impact on Italian Renaissance style features works from U.S., British, and European collections. Collectively, they represent the diverse range of his artistic output, from drawings in chalk, ink, and metalpoint to full-scale oil paintings. Together with the authors' meticulous research and detailed analysis, they demonstrate Leonardo's consummate skill and extraordinary ambition as a painter.
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