Lost Ties: A Journey By Image By Tim Anthony
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.
The second section consists of text by the author and links illustrations to the folk tales. It basically was an exercise to prepare for a further book at a later date.
The third section remains simply a smorgasbord of backlogged work from the time period 1987-2000. These were included to show the scope and range of his ability.
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By Alfred Porter
New Book Reveals the Foundation
Establishing St. Patrick’s Day
Shamrocks, St. Patrick, parades and even an air of magic will begin several days before March 17th. Are you curious how St. Patrick’s Day got its start? Wonder no more as Author Alfred Porter announces the release of his new book “Is it St. Patrick’s Day or Leprechaun’s Day?”
Los Angeles, California, February 17 – Days before March 17th the air begins to change and many people are talking about wearing green. As you walk into the grocery store, there are shamrocks hanging from the ceiling. Is there magic in the air and people are looking for that whimsical time when everything seems possible? Discover the answers to these questions and more in Author Alfred Porter’s latest release, “Is it St. Patrick’s Day or Leprechaun’s Day”?
Kids in school know if you are not wearing green on St. Patrick’s Day you have set yourself up to get pinched that day. It doesn’t matter if you are Irish or not, that is the custom. What happens when two young boys get together and the family story teller arrives? Will they be in for the journey of their young minds or will they yawn in boredom thinking we should be playing video games?
“Is it St. Patrick’s Day or Leprechaun’s Day” introduces the readers to two boys listening to their Uncle Charlie who is visiting from Ireland. He begins telling his nephew and his nephew’s schoolmate a fantastical story about the true foundation of St. Patrick’s Day and Leprechaun Day celebrations and the differences. He shares the details from the shamrock, St. Patrick, the man, wizards, fairies, spirits, and Leprechauns. Uncle Charlie does not leave out the history and facts about the church. Known as the great and talented story teller, Uncle Charlie literally has the boys completely mesmerized and on the edge of their seats waiting to hear every detail.
To interview Author Porter, contact him at email@example.com, kidsreadebooks.us, or PLP at 818-312-8371.