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MEDIA ADVISORY, Mar. 22 /Christian Newswire/ -- Combining paintings, stories, and poems, "Miss Ann’s Art", a new release by author and artist, Ann Barnes [WinePress Publishing, 2006], draws readers into a new realm of American history. A reminiscent painting titled "Remembering" on the cover of the book honors Vietnam Veterans with a powerful message depicting a young soldier kneeling in prayer while in Vietnam. Military wives are honored by a dedicated section of the book. At the age of eighty-four, the author has lived through many meaningful historic events and has painted them on canvas forming a visual history book about events and daily life in America.
Each painting reflects amazing detail and meaning that will inspire readers to a new level of appreciation of life. Several of them portray important events in the history of America, commemorating the Bicentennial, the Space Program, and the Berlin Airlift. To celebrate the Bicentennial of the American Revolution, the artist expressed this theme of a family in a painting titled "The Reception." The painting shows a family together with their mother reading a book titled "My Beloved Son" to her two children. Meanwhile, their father has put down his newspaper with its war headline to join in listening. On their living room wall hangs a painting of George Washington which speaks of his belief in God as he prays with his hands resting on his open Bible.
From aviation history, honoring veterans and military wives, and depicting family activities, "Miss Ann’s Art" is sure to captivate hearts of Americans young and old alike with the history-telling paintings.
Visit Miss Ann's gallery at www.missannsart.com.
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