PRESS RELEASE: NEW BOOK
Pure Inspiration’s Fantasy Art Collection
Pure Inspiration’s Fantasy Art Collection is a remarkable, high-
quality book which brings together the art and personal commentary
of sixteen talented fantasy artists, many of whom have already
become icons in the genre: John Arthur, Sherri Baldy, Jasmine
Becket-Griffith, Jody Bergsma, Sara Butcher, Kinuko Y. Craft, Tom
Cross, Molly Harrison, Priscilla Hernandez, Sue MIller, Myrea
Pettit, Linda Ravenscroft, Vicki Visconti-Tilley, Christine Von
Lossberg, Josephine Wall, and Sheila Wolk.
Each of the sixteen artists is given a minimum of twelve pages
to display many of their magnificent paintings and to also give
you, the reader, fascinating insights into what inspires them, how
they approach their art, and what their aspirations are.
As you turn the pages of this beautiful book, you’ll find
yourself journeying beyond time and space through diverse worlds of
beauty and imagination, the world of Pure Inspiration’s Fantasy Art
Collection. The book will be available in Mid-March 2010.
Pre-order your copies today, be among the first to own and enjoy
this book, which is sure to give you many hours of reading and
Pure Inspiration’s Fantasy Art Collection is
Hard bound, 200 pages printed on heavy glossy paper.
Retail price is $29.95 (US) ISBN: 978-0-9819762-1-1
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REWARD FRED – FIND HAROLD GAGE ARTIST – and enlighten us all, thanks Myrea.
I have an original work by an artist named Harold Gage. It was done in the mid to early 1920′s. My Grandfather worked for a company named Thomas Cook and Sons that dealt with travel. He came to know Harold Gage through his work. Mr. Gage gave my grandfather a painting that was to be used as the design for a children’s book by an author named Abbie Phillips Walker. The title which is included in the painting is Sandman’s Stories of Drusilla Doll. Can you tell me anything about this artist?
Layfayette, OR USA
Thankyou for your reply. I would appreciate you putting this on your weblog. I saw Harold Gage’s name as the result of a Google search for something else completely unrelated. It was the only other reference to his name other than my picture that I’ve ever seen. When my son next visits, I’ll have him take a picture of the picture and send you a copy. Thanks again for your help.
One month from publication and already glowing advance reviews are appearing for David Riche’s latest Fairy Book launch Fairies Art Studio . See here
Fairies Art Studio by David Riché
David Riche takes beginners who are new to digital art templates and teaches them the techniques needed to create and color fairies and their enchanted worlds. He also appeals to the more advanced artist by expanding on core skills and providing diverse fairy elements, generating unlimited opportunities for ingenuity and inspiration.
Just a the prod you said to give you if you forgot to add my website to the paintings .. I’ve also attached some new paintings on the off chance you could add them too, don’ t worry if you can’t I know it’s a hectic time of year! Ronnie x
I am trying to track down a story from my childhood.. I do not know the name of the story but is was about a fairy called One Wing.. because she was born with a damaged wing.. it was beautifully illustrated.. There is also another book although not fairies it does contain one and it is call Rats Magic..thank you so much for your time..
Jane Grange ( New Zealand)
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Fairies Art Studio to be published 2nd March 2010 by Watson Guptill NY never got to wrap up its author David Riche, seems this was left to his Granddaughter Storme as she dismantled the Christmas tree and built a new one for her Grandad to have good health and success in the New Year 2010