Reflections on Whiskey Island, Ohio: A Unique Collection of Thoughts and Deeds to Help Preserve the Beauty and Wholeness of Living

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"Tottering on the Brink" Studios, 1994 - Whiskey Island (Cleveland, Ohio) - 159 pages
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Reflections on Whiskey Island, Ohio: A unique collection of thoughts and deeds to help preserve the beauty and wholeness of living
By American Cultural Ambassadors David, Renate Jakupca and Linda
Maria Wetzel, of the International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA).
The book ‘Reflections on Whiskey Island’, is the quintessential book on the over development of the public green spaces on the Great Lakes shore line utilizing the Theory of Iceality. Focusing on Cleveland, Ohio shoreline that is disappearing to to commercial development. Whiskey Island is highlighted with original paintings, sculpture, historic photographs from the soon to be developed Whiskey Island. The book Literally set the plans for Cleveland to embark on the biggest lakefront planning effort since the end of World War II utilizing the Theory of Iceality in Environmental Arts.
David and Renate Jakupca have lived and worked to better the quality of the Great Lakes bioregion since 1971. David Jakupca, recognized as the "spiritual father of the environmental art movement', his paintings and sculptures have been critically acclaimed around the world. In 1996 his Endangered Spaces art traveling exhibit focusing on the commercial over development of the Cleveland coastline was showcased at the United Nations World Conference on Cities - HABITAT II in Istanbul, Turkey and is included in Reflections on Whiskey Island. A Must Have Book on Americana..

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