Impressions of South Beach

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Carol Schaller Carmichael, Jun 28, 2012 - Art - 72 pages
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Paintings of South Beach by Carol Schaller Carmichael -- the Art Deco and Miami Modern architecture and vintage cars. 58 full color images. The paintings are accompanied by captions describing a little of the history of the buildings, the architect, and a brief story in some cases. The book is organized from South to North along Ocean Drive and along Collins so that it could be used as a walking tour. http: //www.leesidefarmphotography.com
 

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This book perfectly captures the unique magic of South Beach. The paintings illustrate the essence of SB in a very evocative, artistic manner. Especially fabulous is the combination of the architecture and old cars. This is either the perfect souvenir or will make you want to take a trip there soon! 

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I love South Beach and visit regularly. This book really captures its essence, evoking many fond memories of previous trips there. The paintings are truly amazing and are so illustrative of the art deco architecture of South Beach! The book also contained some brief and illuminative narrative sections – which provided just the right amount of information without being overwhelming.  

Contents

Introduction
1
Day
2
Night
11
Day
19
Night
29
Day
37
Signs and Embellishments
55
Copyright

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About the author (2012)

Carol Schaller Carmichael is an artist from New Hope, PA. Her work has been shown at a variety of juried exhibitions including the Museum of Contemporary Art (Washington DC), Phillips Mill, Artsbridge, the Salmagundi Club (New York City), Telfair Museum (Savannah, GA), Art Museum of Brasov Romania, and at private galleries in New York, London, Edinburgh, Chicago, and many other cities. Her studio is at Leeside Farm in Bucks County. In Impressions of South Beach, the paintings are presented in full color, and most are as large as they could be to fit on the page.

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