AUC Press Fall 2017 Catalogue featuring New Color Book from Dominique Navarro, “Tutankhamun”

AUC Press Fall 2017 Catalogue

http://www.aucpress.com/catalogues/AUCPressFall2017.pdf

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AUC Press Nature Foldouts (still) at The Bowers Museum Gift Store!

Returned to the Bowers Museum in Orange County to attend an ARCE lecture and was overjoyed to see the Nature Foldouts still on display in the Museum Gift Store!

Getty Museum Villa Store Carrying “Ancient Egypt; An Artist’s Coloring Book”

 

Pleasure trip to the Getty Villa in Malibu, California, today brought an absolute surprise when I discovered the Museum Store selling Ancient Egypt; An Artist’s Coloring Book! What an honor!

(Thanks to my sister for the photo!)


The collection and changing exhibitions at the Getty Villa offer 7,000 years of ancient art, from the end of the Stone Age to the fall of the Roman Empire.

The Getty Villa houses the J. Paul Getty Museum’s collection of approximately 44,000 Greek, Roman, and Etruscan antiquities. Over 1,200 works are on view in 23 galleries devoted to the permanent collection, with five additional galleries for changing exhibitions.

With objects dating from 6,500 B.C. to A.D. 400, the collection contains monumental sculptures as well as artifacts of everyday life.

The Getty Villa is modeled after a first-century Roman country house, the Villa dei Papiri in Herculaneum, Italy.

The building was constructed in the early 1970s by architects who worked closely with J. Paul Getty to develop the interior and exterior details.

Buried by the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in A.D. 79, much of the Villa dei Papiri remains unexcavated. Therefore, architects based many of the Museum’s architectural and landscaping details on elements from other ancient Roman houses in the towns of Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Stabiae.

Gardens are integral to the setting of the Getty Villa, as they were in the ancient Roman home, and include herbs and shrubs inspired by those grown in ancient Roman homes for food and ceremony.

 

5th Upper Egypt International Art Salon, 2017

I had the honor of participating in the 5th Upper Egypt International Art Salon, 2017, at the Faculty of Fine Arts, South Valley University, Luxor. One of my paintings hung in the show, and I was invited to be on the selection committee:

Portrait of Abdu, 2016, by Dominique Navarro

My certificate for participating:

   

“Ancient Egypt: An Artist’s Coloring Book” in the TOP 3 BESTSELLERS of AUC PRESS!!!

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Fantastic news!!!
 
Ancient Egypt: An Artist’s Coloring Book made the TOP 3 BESTSELLERS of AUC PRESS!!! Now that is a great way to end the year!
 
 
 

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Theban Mapping Project Library, Luxor, Egypt — Donation of “Egypt’s Wildlife; Past and Present” in English and Arabic

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Kent Weeks’ Theban Mapping Project appreciates donations to their local library in Egypt. So I gave them the AUC Press Nature Foldouts a few years ago.

Here’s Kent posing with the foldouts (photo credit Jane Akshar, thanks Jane!)

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And I just gave them copies of the newest books “Egypt’s Wildlife; Past & Present.”

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The Theban Mapping Project library is utilized by the local school children, so books in Arabic are greatly appreciated.

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The Theban Mapping Project A.U.C. Library also needed a map, so I made one! Click to get the pdf versions and print yours, then come to the library in Luxor, Egypt, for a visit!Map Color

Visit TMP Library on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tmplibrary/

Or their website: http://www.tmp-library.org/

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