In the third volume of his series of poems on compassion, Professor Pietroni focuses specifically on the concept of global compassion.
Professor Pietroni outlines how science, especially neuroscience, has allowed us to begin to understand the biological, chemical, and physical nature of compassion.
In this embellished memoir, Baker shares how she navigated her bifurcated world, defying the Magnolia Code and finding role models in rebellious women.
Steve Mulligan has applied his large-format camera skills to his most recent fifteen-year-long project in locating and photographing these prehistoric observatories in the American Southwest.
In paintings of natural wonders throughout the galaxy, Wilson Hurley was committed to expressing his love of the richness of reality.
The animals in Beth Cavener’s work are better described as avatars, embodiments of persons or emotions that disguise her subjects.
Affinities is a multilayered exploration of the similarities as well as the contrasts Timothy Hearsum finds in his subjects.
Since 1969 Mark Spencer has been producing drawings and paintings that are compelling, beautiful, and sometimes disturbing.
This slender volume offers the reader a poetic entrance into or reintroduction to the recognition and practice of compassion on all levels: to humans, to the largest or smallest of the animal kingdom, and to our beloved Earth.
Nature provides the subject for the beautifully intricate patterns and graceful lines of the art of Charlie Burk.