Mardith Schuetz-Miller, an anthropologist and award-winning historian, has written extensively on the archaeology and ethno-history of Spanish sites in Texas and Guam, Spanish military history in Texas, and Spanish Colonial architecture. Among her many publications are San Antonio in the Eighteenth Century (co-author), The Practice of Architecture in Mexico City, Building and Builders in Hispanic California, 1769-1850, Guide to the Pimería Alta. Missions and More (co-editor and author), and Pre-Euclidean Geometry in the Design of Mission Churches of the Spanish Borderlands.
Abodes for the Gods. The Symbolism of Ancient Sacred Architecture in Eurasia interprets the diverse forms of sacred architecture by examining the world-views, religious beliefs, and rituals of the cultures that built them. The study employs a multi-disciplinary approach: historical records, religious texts, archaeological findings, linguistic data, works of art, archaeo-astronomy, mathematical development, biology, and ancient sailing records. Perhaps most important is the demonstration that the pre-Euclidean geometry, traced in Pre-Euclidean Geometry in the Design of Mission Churches of the Spanish Borderlands, was in use by the Neolithic period, as shown in megalithic sites of England and the Mediterranean, Egyptian pyramids and rock-cut tombs, and the temples and temple complexes of Mesopotamia, Persia, India, and Southeast Asia.
Publishing since 1978. Featuring work by Phil Dynan, Mardith Schuetz-Miller, and the The Red Bluff Art Gallery. Frida is our company mascot.
The New Plein Air (Revised Ed.) Published April 15, 2015
Selected Drawings by W.R. Thomson Published November 02, 2013
Selected Drawings from the Publications of Mardith K. Schuetz-Miller Published November 02, 2013
All The Roads Published April 11, 2013
Beautiful Dénia Published January 22, 2013
What If . . . We the People Published September 01, 2012
things people should know Published October 08, 2011
Strokes for Hope Published July 29, 2011