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Soul Art (The Maker Mythos Book 2) (English Edition)

Make one world. Doom another.

Saul achieved his dream of becoming a worldmaker, but in a way he never planned. A monstrous god is reborn because of his actions. So far, Saul’s attempts to sculpt a new creature to defeat this enemy have so far met with failure. He knows it is only a matter of time before

His vow to protect his ally, Olivia, from the reprisals of the other makers is the only thing as important to him now as stopping the monster, or so he thinks until his former love walks back into his life hot on the heels of another deadly foe.

Surrounded on all sides by risky options, Saul must find a way to navigate the games of power played by beings far older and more connected than him. If he cannot protect his allies, who will protect him?

Deadly agents, opportunistic monarchs, and ancient gods. The beast is in motion.

Sixteenth-century Book of Hours: Baltimore, Walters Art Museum Ms. W.178 (Manuscript Facsimiles: Books of Hours 19) (English Edition)

This small Book of Hours was made at the turn of the sixteenth century. The illuminations are in the style of the Master of the Prayerbook of ca. 1500, active in Bruges. The name of the first owner is inscribed in the book in a prayer on fol. 241v, in which a man named Philip confesses himself a sinner and prays for his heart to be pure. The series of full-page miniatures opens with an interesting illumination of the Salvator Mundi that was a common theme in South Netherlandish illumination in this period. A comparable example, painted by the Master of the Prayerbook c. 1500, is found in the manuscript Vat. Ross. Lat. 94. From the manuscript description: http://www.thedigitalwalters.org/Data/WaltersManuscripts/html/W178/)

This facsimile contains only page images of the manuscript. The manuscript was digitized by the Walters Art Museum and the images released under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en). The Walters Art Museum does not endorse this facsimile.

Redemption: (BDSM Romance) (The Art of D/s Rewritten Book 5) (English Edition)

Previously titled: The Art of Redemption: The Art of D/s, #0.5.

*Can be read before The Art of D/s Rewritten Trilogy (Submission, Domination, Control), but contains mild spoilers.*

Warning: Contains mild BDSM and situations that may trigger past memories of abuse. Intended for adult readers aged 18+

For Isabel, art is her one saving grace from a life of cruelty and abuse. Bored with conventional sex and unfulfilling relationships, she looks to her own creativity to find an outlet for her secret desires. Introverted, self-critical, yet spirited, she yearns for love, acceptance, and control.
For Dylan, the answer to his control issues and sadistic fantasies waits for him within the walls of the Dark Asylum. Seeking redemption for his overwhelming guilt and sadness over the loss of his parents, he immerses himself completely in the worlds of art and BDSM with voracious passion.
Beginning on the night of the fated Studio 210 gallery show that steers Dylan toward the love of his life, this prequel highlights the years prior to meeting his soulmate and own little artist with a hidden dominant streak—Mistress Isabel. That very same night forever changes Isabels future, as well, and leads her to the man who will capture her heart, dominate her world, and ultimately give her complete control.

Submission: (BDSM Romance) (The Art of D/s Rewritten Book 1) (English Edition)

Warning: Contains erotic elements, BDSM themes, and situations that may trigger past memories of abuse. Intended for mature readers, aged 18+.

Previously titled: The Art of Submission. Rewritten from first person narrative into third person.

A erotic journey of self-discovery where obsession and a yearning for control collide.

After a chance encounter brings a businessman face to face with an erotic set of paintings that were never intended to be sold, they rekindle a flame for the alternative lifestyle he was forced to give up. When he meets the shy artist, he hatches a wicked plan that will not only allow him access to more of her paintings, but to dominate and educate her in the ways of becoming his submissive. Faced with an offer that will permit her to explore her sexual desires—their passionate journey begins.

In spite of Dylan’s trust issues and wanting only a physical relationship with distinct boundaries, their chemistry is powerful. Soon, he realizes that he cant resist Isabel’s spirited nature, her eagerness and lack of fear to learn from him, and most of all—her immense talent.

But Isabel has a hidden dominant streak that only Dylan brings out, and despite being drawn to one another, their unexpected struggle for control and their dark pasts that are looming in the shadows, threatens to strip them of the fragile bond they so desperately cling to.

Storybook Art: Hands-On Art for Children in the Styles of 100 Great Picture Book Illustrators (Bright Ideas for Learning)

Children can enjoy their favorite storybook illustrators in a new way by imitating their art with the 100 engaging and simple art projects included in this celebration of childrens book illustrators. Featured are famous and award-winning storybook illustrators from the 1930s to present—Good Night Moons Clement Hurd, Corduroys Don Freeman, Olivias Ian Falconer, and more—along with biographical information, open-ended art projects, and portraits created by grade school children. Illustration techniques covered include painting, drawing, cutting and collage, and construction and crafts. Art projects include imitating Jackson Pollock in the “Jackson Piglet Wall Painting” from Olivia and creating a “Photo Story” from childrens photos similar to Sugaring Time. An extensive resource guide of illustrator websites, art materials, and supplies listed by project is provided, as well as complete book information for the featured illustrators works.