Photographer and curator Terry Toedtemeier (1947-2008) began his career in the 1970s with extensive photographic experiments to capture his close circle of friends and colleagues. Largely self-taught, he began to attract wider critical attention with his landscape images, initially snapshots from his moving car and later exquisite compositions influenced by his deep understanding of both historical and contemporary photography traditions of the American West. His haunting photographs often focused on the Oregon desert and coastline, and magnificent basalt formations of the Pacific Northwest. Sun, Shadows, Stone is the first scholarly monograph of the photography of Terry Toedtemeier. His photographs were featured in the nationally traveling exhibition Framing the West: The Survey Photographs of Timothy H. O'Sullivan and are in the collections of many museums including the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, the Philadelphia Art Museum, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Presents twenty Mexican stories from the early twentieth century, including tales of fantasy, life in Mexico, history, the city, and private life by such authors as Carlos Fuentes, Elena Garro, and Juan Rulfo.
School Composition Book Stone Wall Sun Shadows paperback contains college ruled lined pages. You or your gift recipient will enjoy the photo design paperback cover every time this designer school composition book is used for creative writing, taking notes, and making lists. Great gift idea for people with an interest in geology, topography, rocks, boulders, stones, and earth science. You or your gift recipient will find many uses for this handy blank book.
Or, Gleanings from My Life Work. Comprising Personal Experiences and Opinions, Anecdotes, Incidents, and Reminiscences, Gathered from Thirty-seven Years' Experience on the Platform and Among the People, at Home and Abroad
Using Arthurian place names, this book sets out to prove that Arthur was a northern king based in Cumbria and south west Scotland. It provides a critical re-examination of the Arthurian genealogy that reveals the true identity of the great Dark Age king.