9781595837035

Marie Angel Mice (6 Cards Individually Bagged W/ Envelopes and Header)

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  • ISBN13:

    9781595837035

  • ISBN10:

    1595837035

  • Edition: Cards
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2013-04-01
  • Publisher: Ingram Pub Services

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Summary

"In this light my spirit soon saw through all things; and in all creatures, in herb & grass, knew God who he is how is & what is his will." Jakob Böhme Many years ago we gave the great English calligrapher and illustrator Marie Angel a selection of quotations. They were all of spiritual import. She studied them and finally selected this small group, saying, "I see these. I can find visuals for these, and I can make the words fit within them." We are proud to present her resultant exquisite paintings as a series of inspirational greeting cards. The images reflect Angel's unique ability to capture the power and beauty of the natural world in a reflective, tranquil tone. The accompanying quotations rendered in Angel's lovely calligraphy as an integral part of the each image are from a diverse group of authors familiar and less so including Walt Whitman, John Dryden, Christina Rossetti, and Dostoyevsky.

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