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Most art instruction books are much too general for the beginner. But every volume of The DK Art School gives the reader the precise information needed to create a delightful work of art.read more

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For painters of every level, this comprehensive volume presents each creative process in clear, full-color photographic sequences. From mixing colors and applying washes to tonal studies and pattern in landscapes, The Complete Guide to Watercolor contains everything one needs to know about working…read more

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Sophisticated, playful, crafted, self-referential and extremely funny, Cape Breton is the Thought-Control Centre of Canada begins the career of one of Canada's best humourists and innovative story-tellers. Featuring the adventures of Patchouli the Passionate, Sweet William, Paleologue, Passquick,…read more

The Artist's Handbook

by Ray Smith|

October 19, 2009

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Fully restyled and revised for the twenty-first century artist. The Artist's Handbook is packed with information on the traditional art methods of drawing, painting, and printmaking together with significant modern art techniques such as digital photography, digital printing, and digital image…read more

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Author Ray Smith has correlated the recent electronic version of the Dubai Typescript and travelled the world corroborating the sordid and highly sensitive details contained within this novel. A lurid tale of murder, buggery and embezzlement, Ray Smith has created in Jack Bottomly perhaps the most…read more

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After fictional excursions abroad to Germany, France, Scotland, Italy, Africa, and Australia, and back to the 1920s, the nineteenth century, and the Middle Ages, Ray Smith has come home to English Montreal in the 1990s. The Man Who Loved Jane Austen is a penetrating story of a Montreal with only…read more

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