His arboreal creations [are] messengers about the sacred nature all humans possesses within.
Half Moon Bay, CA (PRWEB) July 25, 2011
Zenjo Press today announced the release of its new book, PEACEFUL WARRIOR: THE LIFE OF KEN PAUL LOZADA. Filled with beautiful photographs and sculpture dialogues, it explores the art and spirituality of the iconic creator of the gravity-defying tree sculptures standing guard at Main Street in Half Moon Bay, California.
Of those once drawn to Ken Paul Lozada's sculpture garden to get a closer look at pieces of wood he has given a new life with shiny, undulating lines, cavernous abysses, and chiseled squares, many found their initial interest giving way to a sense of wanting to know more about their creator. A biographical glimpse at the sculptor and author of The Seven Treasures of Life (as well as thousands of pages worth of soul messages), includes family photos spanning five generations.
A near-death experience after a car accident left Ken, who spent many years in an orphanage, with a new understanding about the gift of life which he has since sought to share with others--revealing his arboreal creations to be messengers about the sacred nature all humans possesses within. He has surrendered to complete honesty and openness, while becoming a conveyor of truth. His fragments of wood become symbols of restoration as these once-majestic trees that have been discarded get a new lease on life.
About the author:
Joanne Ehrich made her debut as author in 2006 with the release of critically acclaimed KOALAS: MOVING PORTRAITS OF SERENITY, a book of her writings and photographs by 120 photographers from 24 countries. Since she has published in excess of twelve books to make a contribution to wildlife preservation under her Koala Jo Publishing label. In 2010, she founded Zenjo Press to expand the offerings to the genres of art and spirituality.
To find out more about PEACEFUL WARRIOR: THE LIFE OF KEN PAUL LOZADA, to download a free book excerpt, or purchase a hardcover copy visit publisher’s website at http://www.zenjopress.com. Softcover editions are available at, Ocean Books, Harbor Books & Gallery, and Bay Book Company. Book signings are scheduled for August 18th, 2011, at 7:00 PM in Cameron’s Inn and August 20th, 1:00 to 3:00 PM in Princeton’s Harbor Books & Gallery.
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