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  • Paperback: 38 pages
  • Publisher: BookSurge Publishing (March 24, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1419690817
  • ISBN-13: 978-1419690815
  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 8.2 x 0.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,699,712 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This is very beautiful and it just catches the eye. Also, the aesthetics of it is wonderful, the eye travels nicely over the whole paintings. --Jacob Duzan/Yessy website

Thimpu and Paro are situated in the valleys with lush greenery. It is difficult to know which season and climate it is. Unmarred by modernization and pollution, those valleys shelter rare flower and animal species.. The only feeling you get is enchantment. --Connection Newspaper/Fairfax --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author

Doing art has always been my means of communication I attribute my participation with the Art Students' League in New York to have influenced the development of my individual style. With numerous artistic workshops, I further continued my studies and when I later moved to the Washington D.C. metropolitan area in 1980. I have participated in several gallery exhibitions in my adoptive home of Fairfax, Virginia and nearby McLean, as well as several exhibitions in New York City, including a group shows at the United Nations Building. My paintings were well liked in Thimpu, Bhutan, during my stay there for three years I have received several Certificates of Excellence; placements in juried shows; and have also been included in the Encyclopedia of Living Artists - Fourth Edition. My illustrative style...somewhat two-dimensional, yet contouring enough to provide my portraits with a degree of solidity. My paintings are studies in composition, design and controlled color as exemplified by "The Question" and the oriental woman in "Daydreams". Rich reds and browns contrast the pale, ashen faces. My paintings are the vehicle through which I express my moods and feelings reflected in the color, form and compositions. Although I have created many portraits, abstract landscapes have become another favorite subject to exhibit my use of analogous and complementary color. Many of my paintings have rich, striking and bold color, creating an exciting contrast, while my florals are produced by washes of pastel color applied in a delicate technique. I have done a great deal of traveling, often times influencing the subject matter of my prolific collection of oil or acrylic landscapes and portraits.

More About the Author

Duygu Kivanc is an artist and a writer who has shown her work at the United Nations, Soho, Chelsea in NewYork; Alexandria, McLean and Fairfax in VA, in Washington DC as well as internationally in various countries.
Duygu has an associate arts degree in fine art from Belford university.
She considers her participation in the Art Students' League {open studio programs} in New York has influenced her development style in art. Especially, Knox Martin's instructions on abstraction has very strong influence.

Duygu's work has been published in:

-The Encyclopedia of Living Artists (4th.Edition)

- Best of America, mixed Media artists (2007 and 2010)

-International Contemporary Artists
Best of Artists Collector's Edition.

-Fine Art America - Bhutan Paintings Click Here

-Nominated for 2011 Palm Art Award click here

-Nominated for 2011 London Art Takes Awards



-Her work has been reviewed by the Kirkus Discoveries

-She has published three books:

"Paintings Of Travels To Bhutan" Click Here

and

"Can You Be My Mommy Please" (a children's book that was eLit Awards 2010 silver medal winner) Click Here
and
PLEASE SEND ME TO SCHOOL DADDY in 2012


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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Z. Marta on July 14, 2010
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OK, I should have perhaps read the review more carefully, but this really is a book of color paintings (and paintings only -- that is not a metaphor) with annotations. So, I suggest strongly that the description indicate at least that a color Kindle is required. Also, the paintings are broken up into about 6 pages (non-regular sized images) so that even if you were interested in seeing the paintings in black & white they do not paginate correctly.

Now, the English. This book should *never* have made it through publishing. On each page there are about 15 mistakes. It was so bad it was hard to read. Capitalization either missing or added; punctuation abused; grammar not present; wrong words used; correct spelling absolutely lacking.

This book should not be purchased. This book should *not* be made available on a Kindle.
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