Bianca must fight for the city and the people she loves It is a dangerous time to be a citizen of the beautiful and enchanting city of La Luminosa. Bianca knows that an attack from the city's sinister twin, Oscurita, is coming any minute, but no one believes her, and she is forced to watch as the Duchess Catriona's court is tricked into an alliance with Duchess Edita's. Soon the magical barriers that keep the two cities apart begin to disintegrate, and the true nature of the villainous Edita is revealed. Paintings begin to flood with water from the dark city's canals, and it seems Bianca and her magical paintbrush may be the only ones who can save La Luminosa. But with her mother still trapped in Oscurita, and her own loyalties tested to breaking point at home, just whose side will Bianca find herself on in the battles of the painted war?
Type: BOOK - Published: 2002-11-01 - Publisher: iUniverse
When artist H.C. Lee arrives in Korea for his army tour of duty, he is assigned the job of painting a generalys name on baseball bats. To help keep a reasonable prospective on life, occupy time, and maintain his artistic skills, Lee paints war stories as told by combat veterans.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-08-07 - Publisher: Hot Key Books
Bianca must fight for the city and the people she loves It is a dangerous time to be a citizen of the beautiful and enchanting city of La Luminosa. Bianca knows that an attack from the city's sinister twin, Oscurita, is coming any minute, but no one believes her, and
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-09-29 - Publisher: Athabasca University Press
In 2010, five magnificent Blackfoot shirts, now owned by the University of Oxford’s Pitt Rivers Museum, were brought to Alberta to be exhibited at the Glenbow Museum, in Calgary, and the Galt Museum, in Lethbridge. The shirts had not returned to Blackfoot territory since 1841, when officers of the Hudson’s
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-05-15 - Publisher: University Press of Colorado
The Great Plains has been central to academic and popular visions of Native American warfare, largely because the region’s well-documented violence was so central to the expansion of Euroamerican settlement. However, social violence has deep roots on the Plains beyond this post-Contact perception, and these roots have not been systematically