A definitive retrospective by Dr.Patapaditya Pal, the world’s foremost specialist in the arts of India, the Himalayas, and South-East Asia. Dr. Pal, in the 1950s, was the first scholar researching the art of Nepal.Read More
This book shows the plethora of artistic responses to the Canadian Rockies, Purcell Mountains, and Selkirk Mountains from 1809 to 2012, by mostly Canadian artists who were drawn to the region for a variety of reasons.What did two centuries of artistic exploration yield?
ART, ART HISTORY
Kim Huynh’s work is a project in undoing what has been said – unraveling language, meaning, and narratives that have been presented as fixed and immutable. Huynh turns familiar signs on their heads to redefine traditional notions of power and cultural identity.
ART, STUDIO ART
A collection of poems inspired by the Arctic and the Canadian prairies, both of which the artist loves and holds in awe and admiration. Illustrated in color with the artist’s images.
This book provides, for the first time, a comprehensive coverage of the development of art in Alberta from 1905 to 1970. The book documents 165 of Alberta’s first and second generation of visual artists and their notable individualities.
A beautifully illustrated tribute to a remarkable, self-taught artist of the Canadian West. The 81 oil paintings by Brestler featured in this volume depict perennial and endearing aspects of the West – ‘A Cowboy’s Life’, ‘Wildlife’, and ‘Home on the Range’.
Grace awaits us in the most unlikely places! An extraordinary work of original prose, poetry, and art by two peace activist nuns who explore the sacredness of our surroundings. The book lights up everyday areas of our lives – the humble places our souls call “home”.
ART, POETRY, MEDITATION
Images in glowing colour by one of Canada’s leading woodcut artists, Naoko’s travels in Tibet yielded these magnificent creations. Foreword by the Dalai Lama. Essays by Dr Pratapaditya Pal and Dr Christopher Woodhouse.
Dedicated to actor Christopher Reeve in the year of his riding accident, this collection by 24 US poets celebrates ‘angels’, augmented by beautiful collage images by New York artist Jean Zalesky.