qArt is the great connector, as proven here in the stories these seven Eastern European female artists share about their work, their immigration experiences, and their acclimation into American culture. qVictoria Averbukh, of Russian and Jewish descent, journalist by profession, knows firsthand what these women have faced, having come to the United States and raised American children while successfully keeping their Russian heritage alive. qThese seven artists all work in different mediums. Their work could not be more different; however, their shared experiences create a common thread, weaving their Eastern European roots into their American lifestyles. Their work on a whole is vibrant, colorful, and passionate. Victoria has chosen a group of women whose stories are as fascinating and powerful as the work they create. She has chosen well. Each of them makes the world a brighter, more beautiful place, and for that, we all must stand up and applaud!q Nina Seigenfeld Velazquez, visual artist and curator, New YorkIt was like a lightning bolt a an artist creates an illustration, his own vision of the story a and now billions of people throughout the world ... I realized that I was wasting my time with a steady graphic design job a more than anything in life, I actually wanted to draw pictures and to ... She has an online store where she sells boxes, cards, apparel and home dAccor, sharing her art and imagination. No doubt, the box with a dragon from The Hobbita#39;s tale is a dream gift for every Tolkiena#39;s fan.
|Title||:||Art Without Borders|
|Publisher||:||Author House - 2014-10-16|