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I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape - the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it, the whole story doesn't show.
The color of springtime is in the flowers; the color of winter is in the imagination.
Shanti Arts Publishing Current: Essays on the Passing of Time in the Woods
Having spent his entire life exploring the woods and hills of Tennessee, writer and artist Robert McGowan wrote these short essays to pay homage to the natural world he so loved. Be it
animals, trees, ferns, flowers, or rocks, McGowan passionately and tenderly recounts his close observations of nature, often wondering about the woods of olden time and imagining the woods of tomorrow. The fine, unbreakable thread that winds through the book is the passing of time-life in the woods begins, grows, and dies. The beautiful photography of Jeffrey Stoner adds vibrance and vitality to this inspiring collection of nature essays.
Last fall Maine Writers & Publishers Alliance and Shanti Arts Publishing invited Maine authors to submit original short stories inspired by the paintings of Maine artist, Leslie Anderson. The selected stories, along with Anderson's paintings, will soon be released in a book titled Summer Stories.
If you know Maine, you may find yourself in one of these paintings or stories; if you've never been to Maine, this book will excite your imagination and make you want to visit Maine to craft your own summer story. Scheduled for release November 2013
FALL MAGAZINE ISSUES
STILL POINT ARTS QUARTERLY
explores expression, imagination, and inspiration through art and writing
FALL 2013 - ISSUE 11
connecting art with spirit
FALL 2013 - ISSUE 9
Incredibly beautiful publications for artists and art enthusiasts!
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It Stopped Me in My Tracks
Images are images, and art is art. All visual art is an image, but not all images are art. I love images . . . color, line, shape, texture. But art . . . well . . . art stops me in my tracks. read more
Enfolded in Benign Embrace
In the months before he died, Rob sent me several of his unpublished manuscripts with the hope that I might publish more of his work someday. When I read the manuscript for Current
, I felt such a connection to Rob. I, too, love the woods and all they offer to the human spirit.read more
Remembering Isadora Duncan
One night this week, I awoke around 2 a.m. and couldn't get back to sleep. I decided to get up; I had something on my mind, and I thought it would be better to get up and try to distract myself than stay in bed and let it churn inside me. I stumbled in the dark to my office and looked up at my bookshelves. My eyes landed on a book I had read many, many times when I was young,