Published: Friday, June 22nd, 2007
The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: Incredible Light and Texture in Watercolor, by James Toogood, was given by the Feminist Forum in memory of Ruth Gore. An award-winning artist brings expert advice and instruction for capturing the unique and expressive qualities of drama, depth and believability that light can add to watercolor paintings. Legal Office Procedures, by Joyce Morton, was given by the Feminist Forum in memory of Ruth Gore. A comprehensive overview of the law office includes information on correspondence, legal documents, court structure, litigation procedures, use of technology in research and more. Blood, Sweat, and Tears: An Oral History of the American Red Cross, by Michele Turk, was given by the Feminist Forum in memory of Ruth Gore. Twenty-nine current and former Red Cross staff members pay tribute to an organization of quietly heroic volunteers that has become a symbol of help and hope etched into the consciousness of the world. Sculpting Basics: Everything You Need to Know to Create Fantastic Three-Dimensional Art, by Karin Hessenaberg, was given by Marcela, Skip and Lois Bruce in memory of Ruth Gore. Step-by-step photographs guide you through the sculpting process from start to finish and teach how to use a variety of materials creatively to put your new-found skills into practice. Complete Art Foundation Course: Drawing, Watercolour, Oils, and Acrylics, by Curtis Tappenden, was given by Marcela, Skip and Lois Bruce in memory of Ruth Gore. Suitable for all artists from beginners to accomplished improvers, this inspirational reference source provides all the information needed in order to draw or paint still life, landscape and portraits.
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