About the Book
This paper has a hint of gloss. It’s about 35% heavier and is more opaque than our Standard Paper, adding an extra hint of shine to the pages.
More than a "wildlife art coffee table book,” Mr. Dreyer uses his artwork to encourage the reader to view their world from a new perspective, and as a result, find a new connection with this marvelous gift we call "life," and this miraculous home we call "earth". He explains how each of us can rediscover the awe we felt as children, and reconnect with everyday miracles, by learning to observe our world like a nature artist. He shares his observations and suggestions on how anyone, artist or not, can increase their level of awareness. His hope is to inspire a new generation of naturalists who can stop, look and listen - and live their lives in daily appreciation of the “small” blessings that continually surround us. Contains fifty (53) full color reproductions of Mr. Dreyer's artworks.
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Arts & Photography Books
Project Option: Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
# of Pages: 90
- Publish Date: Aug 09, 2015
- Language English
- Keywords art instruction, self improvement, nature quotes, robert dreyer, Rob Dreyer, Artists For Conservation, animal art, fine art, oil painting, oil painter, psychology, spiritual, awareness, artist, artists, outdoor, acrylic, oil, paintings, art, nature, life, wild, dreyer, AFC, wildlife, animal, painting
Rob Dreyer is a portrait and wildlife artist who works out of his studio in suburban Saint Louis, Missouri. A lifelong conservationist and naturalist, Mr. Dreyer became enthralled with our natural world the moment his family bought 120 acres of land in the Missouri countryside when he was 8 years old. Mr. Dreyer became a signature member of the Artists For Conservation Foundation in 2010 and has had his work selected for the annual AFC International Exhibit of Nature in Art consistently since his inclusion. His oil on canvas “Barn Owl in the Old Barn” was recently acquired by the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum in Tucson, Arizona to become part of their permanent collection of wildlife art. As a signature member of the Artists For Conservation, he contributes a portion of every wildlife sale to support conservation causes.