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Street Art Las Vegas

Photographers William Shea and Patrick Lai release the first ever photo documentary about the Las Vegas street art and graffiti scene with the intention of creating awareness about the unseen talent and hidden benefits that street art contributes to the art community. The 8 x 10 book is made up of 200 pages, and consists of 252 high quality full color images. The project time frame covers several years, with photos from all parts of the valley and the Life is Beautiful Festival. Introduction by writer and journalist Ed Fuentes. Read more…

Motel Vegas

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Shimmering Zen

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A Quest for Meaning: The Art and Poetry of Jerry Pfaffl

The work of Jerry Pfaffl is mystical and mysterious, full of marvel and message.  It is lyrical, magical and richly symbolic.  While otherworldly, it addresses social and moral issues in an earthy way. Read more…

Looking for Renfro?

To read a DB Holland poem is to be immersed in worlds at the intersection of the contemporary, the fantastic, the comical, the ordinary, the tragic, the pessimistic, and the hopeful.   DB Holland is by nature a musician, a painter, and a lyricist― an inventor of poems that take form as scaffolded vignettes of time, space, and speed. Born in 1948, in Chicago, he moved to Las Vegas at age 13. Read more…

Indra’s Jewels

Who is Indra? Indra, the God associated with the motionless, timeless axle of the universe had a net hung that stretched infinitely in all directions. At each vortex was placed a single multi faceted jewel. Each jewel reflected every other jewel. The net signifies everything and every idea that exists to remind us we are all part of an interconnectedness. Read more…

Nawari Koans

Nawari Koans: The Wumenguan as interpreted by Robert J. Fitzwater illustrations by James Stanford   From the Foreword:   For thirty-eight years I’ve consumed wives, lovers, and friends pursuing the hound of heaven.From the hills of Clay County, down the streets of Baltimore, over the sands of the Carolinas, in beaches,bars, beds and bedrolls, and classrooms, on desert drives and tequila sunrises on Black Mountain,all have allowed what nothing was not preventing. Read more…