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The show includes works in oils, acrylics, pastels, and other two and three-dimensional media, with subject matter that all will find "joyful, varied and evocative.
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The older I get, the more evocative the photographs.
And they can be evocative of especially positive experiences.
Because a guiding principle of Crenshaw's work is that meaningful change occurs when therapy touches the hearts and souls of clients rather than just their minds, the evocative techniques he describes are designed to facilitate "heart-to-heart" exchange within therapy.
Taking On The Local Color" is a compendium of poetry by Cynthia Genser who writes her verse with witty, evocative, and carefully selected language offering readers a memorably lyric poetry that is intelligent, imaginative, and beautiful.
Her gilded sculpture is a winged palm figure, based conceptually on The Winged Victory of Samothrace, and is intended to be evocative of the Biblical Tree of Life.
The full range of Shaver's art is displayed on this newest album with sparse guitar, bass, and drums that place the songs, and Shaver's evocative croak of a voice, front and center.
Throughout the book, Harberd includes evocative musings on nature as a whole, commenting, for instance, on the differences in the light encountered in California versus that in his native England and on the slow attack of a slug on a plant.
Deftly carrying readers through the intricate world of taming the wild that so boldly summons its inhabitants, The Language Of Elk vividly depicts the mystical persuasion and haunting terrain of the Oregon front with eight memorable tales enhanced with an evocative dialect.
The children are stimulated to ask questions, with a ritual which is provocative as well as evocative.
There are no captions to the evocative photographs (except where another building is being discussed).