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Exploring Illusions - Paintings - The Use of Optical Illusions in Art by Gary B Rohrabaugh
This book simplifies and categorizes optical illusions so the reader can learn more about them. This success of this work can be measured in the knowledge gained by defining and understanding optical illusions. Applying this knowledge should make it easier to appreciate great art and the artist's use of optical illusions.
 
Counterfeit by Lee Carver
AMATEUR. MASTER. UNWILLING RECRUIT. Dr. Richard Reed, wealthy professor and connoisseur of fine art, becomes a temporary member of Interpol's Experts Group to stop the flow of fraudulent paintings. He feels sure he has found a master copyist when he zones in on an attractive tourist, Kendra Cooper. Kendra, who scrimped for years to travel to Amsterdam and study originals of the great masters, has much to teach the professor. [...]
 
The Art of Modern Spirituality (and heartbreak) by Megan Jackson
An illustrated book of wisdom embracing classic art, philosophy and contemporary spirituality in modern society. Using classic artist's works - from Van Gogh to Picasso and Frida Kahlo, along with her own sketches - Megsie creates a pastiche of wisdom that grapples with the suffering and joys of authenticity and awakening to one's true self in contemporary life and the yoga path. Giving life to the surrendering and truth, [...]
 
Sea Dreams (The Witches Of New Moon Beach Book 5) by Meriam Wilhelm
Once renowned for his artistic abilities, painter Thor Hudson has become a washed up shell of himself. Hiding out in a self-imposed retirement, Hudson is incapable of finger painting, let alone recreating even one of his famous sea murals. When the artist's publicist prematurely announces Hudson's long awaited return to the art world Hudson is faced with failing publicly or accepting help from a beautiful lavender eyed witch, [...]
 
Burning Tears by Lucia Trifan
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The Fundamentals of Mixology - The Art of the Cóctelier by Eric Helin-Hultquist
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Time Under Scorpio by Brian A. Kenny
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Floating Lombardi (Clip Art Series Book 1) by Andi Scarlatti
Floating Lombardi is Episode 1 in Andi Scarlatti's Clip Art Series. Andi Scarlatti is an art collector. Of sorts. As she often completes acquisitions without the knowledge or consent of the former owner. And a trophy isn't necessarily art. But Andi's not necessarily a thief. Or only a thief. It's complicated. Dive in the deep end and see for yourself. @AndiScarlatti
 
centripetal forces on the subconscious mind by Brian A. Kenny
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Earth, Myths, and Ecofeminist Art by Kyra Belan
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Penny Crayon the prequel, tells the story of a girl called Penny, who with her friend Dennis have the most amazing adventures that can take them all over the world, and can also lead them into all sorts of problems! Penny Crayon has lots of tales to tell, but this book tells the story of how it all began! Not seen elsewhere! From budding artist, to the girl who really can bring life too her drawings, spend some time with [...]
 
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The Waking Muse Omnibus by Cate Morgan
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Paint it Blue by George Thomas Clark
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Chez Hawk (Clip Art Series Book 2) by Andi Scarlatti
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Maggie's Art (Maggie McGill Mysteries Book 2) by Sharon Burch Toner
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Chubby Art Cartoon Colouring Book for Grown-ups (Chubby Art Cartoon Colouring Books Volume 1) by Alison Galvan
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The Art of Love and Murder (The Love and Murder Series Book 1) by Brenda Whiteside
Lacy Dahl never questioned her past until the deaths of her adoptive parents and her husband. A husband who wasn't what he seemed. Her research uncovers secrets about the mother she never knew; secrets that dispute the identity of her father and threaten her life. Sheriff Chance Meadowlark is still haunted by the murder of his wife and the revenge he unleashed in the name of justice. When he meets Lacy he is determined not to [...]
 
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Book 3 in the Death Row Stories Series is a unique one: art created by murderers on Death Row. They collect scraps of cardboard, left-over paper; they barter with smugglers for good pens, decent paints and colored pencils. They hide their art supplies away when word of a shake-down hits Death Row. And they produce some fascinating art. Aside from the standard greeting card stuff and half-naked women and tattoo designs, there [...]
 
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