By Guillermina López
Guillermina López López
Soy originaria de de Los Mochis, pero radico en Hermosillo. Estoy jubilada por el IMSS. Trabajé como maestra de Lámina Artística en el Centro de Artesanías de l. a. Unidad Cuauhtémoc, en Naucalpan, Estado de México (1983-1995); y como maestra de Repujado en steel (1995-2005) en prestaciones sociales en el Centro de Seguridad.
Me gusta el arte en todas sus expresiones. Estudié el Diplomado en Artes Plásticas en los angeles Universidad de Sonora.
Mi despertar al gusto por l. a. escritura, se dio a raíz de asistir al Taller de Autobiografía con el Dr. Francisco González Gaxiola. Mi primera publicación de un texto autobiográfico apareció en Rescoldos.
He participado en tres ocasiones en los angeles Sociedad Internacional de Poetas y Escritores. Actualmente pertenezco al Colectivo Internacional Cautivos por las Letras y las Artes, y tengo página Google.
By Lino Longobardi
By David LELAIT-HELO,Alain Delon
C’est auprès d’Alain Delon qu’elle va découvrir l. a. vraie vie, les plaisirs d’amour autant que ses chagrins, l’autorité de Visconti et les rôles exigeants.
Mais bientôt elle répète qu’elle a fait fausse direction : au fil de ses personnages de cinéma elle se devour comme si à chaque rendez-vous elle cédait un peu d’elle-même. vehicle Romy n’est pas une comédienne de l’extraordinaire, elle est l. a. femme des passions franches et courageuses du quotidien.
By Elaine Todd Koren
By Philip C. Beam
By Rute Silva Correia
By Ted Lambert,Lew Freedman
By Clarence Lindsay
“Groundbreaking paintings in Anderson scholarship specifically and, at the wider scene, in American literary studies.”
—Robert Dunne, writer of a brand new publication of the Grotesques: modern ways to Sherwood Anderson’s Early Fiction
This severe learn of Sherwood Anderson’s most renowned and maybe most generally taught paintings, Winesburg, Ohio, treats it as a completely modernist novel analyzing the classy nature of romantic identity.
Author Clarence Lindsay argues that Anderson’s recognized conception of the gruesome is a concept of yank identification. all the small town’s grotesques in impression authors a romantic narrative that privileges the self. In attempting to stay their lives through that narrative, every one enacts a romantic selfhood. every one of those romantic selfhoods is a classy company, complex through all of the aesthetic matters in relation to artist and viewers. each hindrance within the novel is a classy hindrance; each comedy, each tragedy is a cultured misstep of a few variety. Lindsay proposes that every one ethical concerns in Winesburg, Ohio are aesthetic; all aesthetic matters are ethical. Winesburg’s narrator’s cautious realization to characters’ romantic narratives of self offers an ironic scrutiny of not just the marvelous different types of American romantic id but additionally a painstaking interrogation of a number of romantic discourses. Anderson’s radical formal innovation, the interrelated story, was once the ideal American shape, not just taking into account the narrator’s “democracy of fascination” with the grotesques’ completely equivalent competing singularities but additionally delivering for the comedian juxtaposition of those claims on strong point, a jostling that subverts the normal novel’s emphasis at the singular individual.
This first sustained severe research of this American vintage restores Anderson to the pinnacle rank of yankee artists, putting him along different excessive scrutinizers of yank romanticism: Hawthorne, Melville, and Hemingway.
By Anna Abraham
Born a bastard in a hillside village in northern Italy, Leonardo turned the protégé of princes, popes, and kings. He mastered such a lot of branches of technological know-how that students nonetheless debate no matter if he was once better as an anatomist, botanist, cartographer, engineer, geographer, or naturalist.
Nevertheless, he died unsatisfied, believing he had did not paintings the miracles of which he had dreamed. right here, from ny instances bestselling writer Anna Abraham, is his impressive story.
By Craig Leavitt,Thomas J. Noel
Herndon Davis, an artist and journalist, committed his existence to depicting the foremost landmarks and personalities of Colorado in watercolor, oil, and pen and pencil. most sensible identified for the Face at the Barroom Floor, the portrait of an beautiful lady at the ground of the Teller residence inn barroom in valuable urban, Colorado, Davis was once a prolific artist whose work of art, sketches, and pictures are available everywhere in the nation, from the Sage Room of the Oxford lodge on 17th road to the Denver Press membership poker site. regardless of his a variety of contributions, his paintings used to be by no means showcased or exhibited within the conventional manner.
In this biography and first-ever assortment that includes so much of his life’s paintings, authors Craig Leavitt and Thomas J. Noel offer a close look at Davis’s existence and occupation and contain a catalog of just about two hundred images of his paintings from Colorado and round the state. in addition they placed his paintings into the wider context of the time via comparability with such modern Colorado artists as Muriel Sibell Wolle, Allen Tupper actual, Charles Waldo Love, and Juan Menchaca.
Published to coincide with the Denver Public Library’s 2016 exhibition—the in simple terms public demonstrate of Davis’s paintings to date—and bringing deserved recognition to this ignored determine, Herndon Davis: portray Colorado historical past, 1901-1962 is a crucial contribution to Colorado’s cultural history.
This publication and the accompanying express are subsidized by means of the Western History/Genealogy division on the Denver Public Library. e-book originated and supported partly through Diane B. Wunnike.