Drawing Closer To Nature

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Drawing Closer To Nature

Author : Peter London
ISBN : UOM:39015056961041
Genre : Art
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The author reveals the fine art of using creativity to "connect" with the natural world, presenting a series of guided "creative encounters" designed to stimulate this bond in each reader. Original. 15,000 first printing.
Category: Art

5 Day Drawing Challenge Drawing Closer To Nature

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ISBN : OCLC:1116047842
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Exercise your drawing skills and become better at seeing and capturing the world around you with Von Glitschka's 5-day drawing challenge focused on drawing and personifying nature.

A Church Drawing Near

Author : Paul D. L. Avis
ISBN : 0567089673
Genre : Religion
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By first defining the core tasks (or mission) of the Church in biblical and theological terms, Paul Avis then goes on to ask how these tasks can best be carried out in the conditions of modernity and post-modernity.
Category: Religion

Drawing Closer To God

Author : Dianne Neal Matthews
ISBN : 1441213260
Genre : Religion
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The Bible is full of questions asked by God, Jesus, ordinary people, Satan, and even a donkey. Some are questions that we've wrestled with but have been reluctant to voice. Others are asked to comfort, to convict, or to reinforce spiritual principles. Drawing Closer to God examines 365 of these questions to uncover biblical truth readers can apply personally to their lives. Each devotional concludes with a question designed to encourage reflection and prayer, leaving readers with practical takeaway and a renewed appreciation for God's Word.
Category: Religion

Knowledge Of The Holy Drawing Closer To God Through His Attributes

Author : A.W Tozer
ISBN : 9781618981158
Genre : Religion
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True religion confronts earth with heaven and brings eternity to bear upon time. The messenger of Christ, though he speaks from God, must also, as the Quakers used to say, "speak to the condition" of his hearers; otherwise he will speak a language known only to himself. His message must be not only timeless but timely. He must speak to his own generation. The message of this book does not grow out of these times but it is appropriate to them. It is called forth by a condition which has existed in the Church for some years and is steadily growing worse. I refer to the loss of the concept of majesty from the popular religious mind. The Church has surrendered her once lofty concept of God and has substituted for it one so low, so ignoble, as to be utterly unworthy of thinking, worshipping men. This she has done not deliberately, but little by little and without her knowledge; and her very unawareness only makes her situation all the more tragic.
Category: Religion

Drawing Closer To The Father S Heart

Author : C.M. Lantz
ISBN : 1452025002
Genre : Self-Help
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Drawing Closer to the Father's Heart is a verse by verse journey through the Lord's Prayer. It seeks to broaden one's understanding of this beautifulScripture and to show its relevance in the 21st century. It is my hope that those who read it will come away with a deeper awareness of the meaning within the words as well as a clearer insight into the heart of the "One" who spoke them first so long ago. The text raises questions intended to motivate readers to examine their own beliefs and to test them based on the Word of God. Time spent studying God's Word can be such an adventure. It is themy prayer that those who come along on this journey will be blessed asI was in writing this book.
Category: Self-Help

Look Closer Draw Better

Author : Kateri Ewing
ISBN : 9781631596223
Genre : Art
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Capture your subjects on paper like never before. Look Closer, Draw Better will transform the way you see the subjects of your artwork, lighting the way with practical techniques in a range of mediums. Are you looking to make a leap in the quality of your artwork? Are you looking for new perspectives on the art of drawing? Or maybe you want to bring more poetry and presence to your work. Look Closer, Draw Better will help you reach your goals with projects that explore graphite, charcoal, ink, and watercolor wash, emphasizing techniques that Kateri Ewing has refined over years of practice and teaching. Ewing teaches by training your eye to see subjects clearly in contour, line, and shadow, while you learn to make marks with tools that are expressive of what we really see. Her focus is on nature—birds, flowers, and plants that can be closely observed. Discover the techniques for capturing the delicacy of feathers, the natural blemishes on a piece of fruit, the veins and velvety texture of a leaf—all the tiny details that enhance the realistic quality of a drawing. Ewing takes you carefully through every step. Let Look Closer, Draw Better inspire and transform your artistic eye.
Category: Art

Popular Educator

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ISBN : HARVARD:32044102879301
Genre : Education
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Category: Education

Building Drawing

Author : M. G. Shah
ISBN : 0074638769
Genre : Architectural drawing
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Category: Architectural drawing

Architectural Drawing

Author : Rendow Yee
ISBN : 9781118310441
Genre : Architecture
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The classic architectural drawing compendium— now in a richly updated edition Today's most comprehensive compendium of architectural drawing types and methods, both hand drawn and computer generated, Architectural Drawing: A Visual Compendium of Types and Methods remains a one-of-a-kind visual reference and an outstanding source of guidance and inspiration for students and professionals at every level. This Fourth Edition has been thoroughly updated to reflect the growing influence of digital drawing. Features include: More than 1,500 drawings and photographs that demonstrate the various principles, methods, and types of architectural drawing Examples by an impressive array of notable architects and firms, including Tadao Ando, Asymptote, Santiago Calatrava, Coop Himmelb(l)au, Norman Foster, Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, Steven Holl, Arata Isozaki, Toyo Ito, Gudmundur Jonsson, Kohn Pedersen Fox, Ricardo Legorreta, Morphosis, Patkau Architects, Pei Partnership Architects LLP, Renzo Piano, Antoine Predock, SANAA, David Serero, Studio Daniel Libeskind, Studio Gang, Bing Thom, Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, and UN Studio A brand new chapter, "Introduction to the Digital-Manual Interface" which covers how digital and traditional drawing techniques can be used in conjunction with each other A new chapter on guidelines for portfolio building Content organized in a streamlined, easy-to-use fashion Supplementary online instructor resources, including PowerPoint slides tied to the book "This volume reveals how architects approach drawing as a process wherein ideas are given form. As a tool for teaching, these examples become important in students' understanding of the formal and technical aspects of design thought. In an age of digital technologies, this work emphasizes the intimate relationship that exists between the drawing and its maker, the process between paper, hand, and mind." —LaRaine Papa Montgomery, Professor of Architecture/Graphics Coordinator, Savannah College of Art and Design "This book contains a wealth of information on architectural graphic communication. My students have found this to be an invaluable resource for graphic presentation techniques ranging from traditional hand drawing to advanced computer graphics. It features an amazingly wide range of examples including both student work and professional work by renowned architects. With the addition of a new chapter on portfolio design, this new edition illustrates the full gamut of graphic communication skills from the conceptual sketch through the documentation of the final portfolio." —Mark A. Pearson, AIA, LEED AP, Associate Professor of Architecture, College of DuPage "This book should be in the library of all architecture and design students as well as practicing professionals. The richness and variety of hand-drawn and digital illustrations by students and architects offers deep insight into the many drawing types and methods used today. The section on portfolios is a helpful and timely addition." —Professor Michael Hagge, Chair, Department of Architecture, The University of Memphis
Category: Architecture

Evagrius And Gregory

Author : Professor Kevin Corrigan
ISBN : 9781409478294
Genre : Religion
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Evagrius of Pontus and Gregory of Nyssa have either been overlooked by philosophers and theologians in modern times, or overshadowed by their prominent friend and brother (respectively), Gregory Nazianzus and Basil the Great. Yet they are major figures in the development of Christian thought in late antiquity and their works express a unique combination of desert and urban spiritualities in the lived and somewhat turbulent experience of an entire age. They also provide a significant link between the great ancient thinkers of the past – Plato, Aristotle, the Stoics, Clement and others – and the birth and transmission of the early Medieval period – associated with Boethius, Cassian and Augustine. This book makes accessible, to a wide audience, the thought of Evagrius and Gregory on the mind, soul and body, in the context of ancient philosophy/theology and the Cappadocians generally. Corrigan argues that in these two figures we witness the birth of new forms of thought and science. Evagrius and Gregory are no mere receivers of a monolithic pagan and Christian tradition, but innovative, critical interpreters of the range and limits of cognitive psychology, the soul–body relation, reflexive self-knowledge, personal and human identity and the soul’s practical relation to goodness in the context of human experience and divine self-disclosure. This book provides a critical evaluation of their thought on these major issues and argues that in Evagrius and Gregory we see the important integration of many different concerns that later Christian thought was not always able to balance including: mysticism, asceticism, cognitive science, philosophy, and theology.
Category: Religion

The Decorated Page

Author : Gwen Diehn
ISBN : 1579905129
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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“Diehn opens up a new dimension—the artist’s vision of visual memories. Consider this a superscript above all other entries.”—Booklist. “Encourages those who hesitate to start in on the pristine pages of a nicely bound blank book.... Lively and interesting illustrations make this a good selection for public library collections.”—Library Journal.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Nature S Edge

Author : Charles S. Brown
ISBN : 9780791479902
Genre : Science
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Leading environmental thinkers investigate the complexities of boundary formation and negotiation at the heart of environmental problems.
Category: Science

The Nature Of Balance

Author : Tim Lebbon
ISBN : 9780966896879
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One morning the world does not wake up. Millions lie dead in their beds, victims of their own dreams of falling. There are survivors ... but the world they emerge into is changing rapidly. Humanity is no longer the dominant species. Now, Nature has the upper hand.

The Nature Of Blood

Author : Caryl Phillips
ISBN : 9780307488596
Genre : Fiction
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A German Jewish girl whose life is destroyed by the atrocities of World War II . . . her uncle, who undermines the sureties of his own life in order to fight for Israeli statehood . . . the Jews of a 15th-century Italian ghetto . . Othello, newly arrived in Venice . . . a young Ethiopian Jewish woman resettled in Israel. These are the extraordinary people who inhabit Caryl Phillips' eloquent and moving new novel, and whose stories are connected by circumstance, spirit, and blood across the centuries. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Fiction