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52 Weeks of Peace Card Book – August 1, 2011
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Is there a more worthy quest than to seek peace in the details of our lives? Ms. Saxton inspires us to look closely with this very charming collection. - Wendy Popp, Professor at Parsons, NYC
Patricia Saxton has taken an icon of our culture and subjected it to Mozartian variations that are surprising and delightful. - Milton Glaser --Professor at The School of Visual Arts
From the Back Cover
"52 Weeks of Peace" is a visual exploration of a familiar symbol, imagined, designed and illustrated with an intention to inspire hope, joy and the practice of mindful peace in our daily lives.
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Top Customer Reviews
Love , Love, LOVE this little book!
PS And yes, get an extra copy, because even your best resolve to bless your friends with gorgeous hand-written notes will dissolve once you reach to tear one from the binding!
Each card is a beautiful reproduction of Saxton's famous 52 Weeks of Peace series and is a worthy artistic endeavor to be viewed and appreciated individually, but combined in this format, the 52 cards provide a joyful celebration of peace, whimsy and creativity to be both enjoyed and shared.
If you want to send a birthday greeting, you might like Week 1 with its sumptuous cupcakes. Something for that March Madness basketball fan- week 20! Something for your honey? Then the Week 37 honeycomb design is just right. The only problem with this book is that you will want to get two...one to keep for yourself and one to "re-gift" one card at a time.