Lost Ties: A Journey by Image

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Strategic Book Publishing, May 4, 2011 - Art - 65 pages
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The book of art work contains descriptive works in three parts. The first section contains a run of “stills” from an imaginary screen play the artist conjured up. Over time, as the images developed, a sequence of chronological flow, time and story ensued. This all happened by accident but eventually he was able to incorporate all the images into a WWII screen play with two separate operating theaters, Indo-Europe and North Africa. Somehow he managed to weave a story line of five disparted girls and the dilemma of the father being forced to develop biological warfare for the Germans. This is exemplified by the intertwined bug motif.

 

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shoot an arrow with a stringless bow against no target it never hits but it never misses
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The local bar
26
Last Call
27
DDay
33
Tree Hollow
34
Fading Pheasant
35
Death in the Lake
36
Oshidori
38
Appendix 2
48
Appendix 3
50
Appendix 4
52
Appendix 5
54
Appendix 6
56
Appendix 7
58
Appendix 8
60
Appendix 9
62

Appendix 1
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