Item description for Call of the Wild: The Art of Parks Reece by Tim Cahill Parks Reece...
Peculiar, hilarious, odd, beautiful-all these words describe the remarkable art of Parks Reece of Livingston, Montana. Peter Fonda, Jim Harrison, Russell Chatham and many others have praised Reece's extraordinary artistic talent and his slightly skewed vision of the natural world. This book-the first collection of Reece's artwork-is destined to become an instant classic!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.37" Width: 10.36" Height: 0.64" Weight: 2.23 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2002
Publisher Riverbend Publishing
ISBN 1931832072 ISBN13 9781931832076
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Highly recommended and uniquely memorable May 17, 2003
Call Of The Wild: The Art Of Parks Reece is a most remarkable, 124-page showcase of the warm and often whimsical colored artwork of Parks Reece. Centered around the double themes of nature and wry commentaries or puns, Reece's paintings include "Hazards of Hunting" featuring a racoon using deer antlers to string its bow targeting an orange-vested hunter; "The One Who Learned the Words" representing a particularly exceptional hummingbird among hummingbirds; "Alien Abduction" showing a fish's point of view at being plucked out of the water, and much, much more. Highly recommended and uniquely memorable, Call Of The Wild is enhanced with essays by Tim Cahill and sonnets by Greg Keeler.