Sean Toler's hauntingly beautiful photographs capture abandoned and forgotten places and things from around the state. New construction seems to be taking place all around. With all the commotion and progress, it can be easy to forget what was. In the world of photography, there are those who seek out these forgotten pieces of history in hopes of capturing what's left on camera, thereby preserving them in their own way. Sean Toler is one such photographer, traveling the roads of VA, photographing numerous old, abandoned buildings in an effort to make them last a little longer. 6.5" W x 9.25" L
Mary Montague Sikes' colorful artwork makes this kid's book tons of fun for little ones to learn their A, B, C's from Alligators to Zebras! Artful Animal Alphabet offers a fun and vibrant journey into the world of animals.
Mary Montague Sikes blends poetry and her colorful artwork together to celebrate the angels who watch over us. These words and images were created to inspire meditation, new beginnings, and new perception of the angels all around us.
"Two of the most powerful forces in the universe are love and gratitude. Out of a deep and tangled brook, Brian Hinson has emerged, carrying another 'Story of Today' project into the light, a CD full of new recordings inspired by his love for the songs and gratitude to the songwriters who give voice to our common struggles. In ‘Family’, along with original compositions, Brian has added new and different beauty to stories and journeys that will be familiar to listeners of Jon Foreman, Andy Gullahorn, Jill Phillips and other artists (including Brian himself), whose creations explore our spirituality and the hard road through life that God can help us navigate. These songs, songwriters, and the musicians, along with a multitude of behind-the-sound supporters, all make up Story of Today's 'Family'. Brian has spent the last 13 years sharing much of his time and talent with Northstar Community, a small, Richmond area ‘recovery church’ filled with huge, giving hearts. The folks at Northstar have repaid Brian with the kind of encouragement an artist and musician can only dream of. This encouragement has made the work of creating “Family” possible. The new Album is a gift back to the kind people who have made it possible." - Steve Wilson
This book features a collection of 50 prayers and 34 watercolor works by artist and minister, Suzanne L Vinson. These prayers invite you to create a sacred pause in the art of daily living to receive healing and care and to share that healing with the world through seeds of loving kindness.
The 2nd installment of drawings celebrating coils, curls, and coiffures is now here with all new designs to explore! Each of the 30 one-sided illustrations celebrates the uniqueness and individuality of the person portrayed while showcasing their beautiful head of hair. Use this book to relax as you color your stress away. 8.5" x 8.5"
Cary Holliday brings readers back in time to experience Glen Allen from its beginnings... With vintage photographs, the book explores the rich past of a community that even today retains the flavor of early times. There are chapters on John Cussons, an English adventurer who built Forest Lodge, the magnificent 1880's hotel that served as the chief landmark; Virginia Randolph, a visionary teacher who established a school for black youth in the era of segregation and became a nationally-known educator; and much more! Images of families, school days, daily life, roads and railroads have been gathered from archives and private collections.
A compelling children's book with beautiful illustrations and rhyming words, making it a fun and easy ready for youngsters. The story unites readers of all ages in an exploration of the meaning of peace. Written by Glen Allen artist, Syeda Mleeha Shah. Hardcover book
This book evolved intuitively as author & artist, Mary Montague Sikes, pondered the profound images of the seen and the unseen that appeared in watercolor on Yupo and canvas surfaces. These paintings are meditation pieces for those pursuing deeper insights into the happenings of their lives. Images are paired with the author's poetry for reflection and meditation through word and image.
A diverse collection of nine fictional animal short stories by Sally Scott Guynn that combines fantasy, history, and fun facts from nature to cultivate a love and appreciation for wildlife, nature, and the outdoors in elementary and middle grade readers. Suspense, action, and humor follow the cast of animal characters as they discover it's not always the smartest, the strongest, or the best looking who save the day.