An Artist And A Writer Travel Highway 1 North by Janice StevensAn Artist And A Writer Travel Highway 1 North by Janice Stevens

An Artist And A Writer Travel Highway 1 North

byJanice StevensIllustratorPat Hunter

Paperback | October 1, 2012

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A unique literary and artistic guidebook to one of the world's most amazing drives--California State Highway 1, a narrow strip of roadway etched between cliffs and the ocean that leads travelers through the state's beautiful natural attractions. Lavishly illustrated with original watercolors that depict the glories of the California coast, this book takes an appealingly idiosyncratic perspective as the authors record their explorations off the beaten path, their serendipitous discoveries, and their reactions to the places and people they encounter. A contemplative mixture of captivating artistry and personal essay, this travelogue offers an accessible introduction to many little-known details of scenic California.
Pat Hunter is the artist-in-residence at the Yosemite National Park Art Center and has illustrated numerous books. Janice Stevens is the author of ""Fresno's Architectural Past"" and ""Stories of Service."" She is a former staff writer for the ""Business Journal,"" a freelance writer for the ""Fresno Bee,"" and a college-level English ...
Title:An Artist And A Writer Travel Highway 1 NorthFormat:PaperbackDimensions:136 pages, 8.4 × 10.9 × 0.5 inPublished:October 1, 2012Publisher:Linden PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1610350537

ISBN - 13:9781610350532

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Editorial Reviews

A drive up (or down) California's scenic Highway 1 should be on any Western traveler's bucket list. Author Janice Stevens' and painter Pat Hunter's book will provide all the inspiration you'll need to hit the road. --Cowboys & Indians Magazine