Ravishing Artworks Collection Amplifies Debora Gillman’s Stories

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Interesting tales accompanied by vibrant Drawing not only capture the heart but enliven the arty soul

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Author-artist Debora Gillman’s success with her illustrated children’s book, “The Painter’s Dream”, inspires her to continue to impart her aesthetic gift and literary prowess to many enthusiasts. This time, she stuns the publishing world with her new book, Drawing From The Masters: Illustrations & Stories Of An Aspiring Young Artist. It is a collection of stories based on the author’s illustrations or from her own replica of a well-known painting by a famous artist.

In this book, the author displays her own distinct talents when it comes to creative arts and literature. It is a perfect venue to describe the experiences of a young artist copying from the master artists in a museum setting. The young artist’s thoughts and efforts are related as she renders her interpretations of famous paintings and also creates her own artwork. The captivating depictions in this collection are accompanied by the author’s vivid Drawing.

Beautiful sketches, a perfect fusion of flamboyant colors, a brilliant representation of an artist’s creative imagination, and the inspiring expressions of the inner workings of her mind are all enclosed to amuse and inspire everyone.

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About the Author
Debora Gillman’s love of nature and the arts was greatly enhanced by two years abroad on kibbutz in Israel during her high school years. She graduated from U.C. Santa Cruz with a major in French Literature and a minor in art. She has also studied art at UCLA and Otis. She was the Executive Director of the Park La Brea Arts Council and is an executive of TheARTeryUSA®. She contributes to the Miracle Mile Civic Coalition’s community events and is a past member of the Hancock Park Arts Council. She worked at the Anti-Defamation League for thirty years in community service and contributed her artwork to this leading human relations organization. Gillman is currently on the staff of the Park La Brea Activities Center. She has taught workshops for children and adults in the Los Angeles area, including Park La Brea and at the Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles. “Debi Doodles” is the popular name for her Kids’ Art Club at Park La Brea that meets monthly. For more information, anyone can check out http://www.DebiDoodlesART.com. She recently published her well-received, illustrated children’s book, The Painter’s Dream, a fantasy story about art and the creation of the heavens, which she uses as a teaching aid in her workshops at local museums and libraries. See http://www.DebiDoodlesART.com.

Drawing From The Masters * by Debora Gillman
Illustrations & Stories By An Aspiring Artist
Publication Date: December 14, 2011
Picture Book; $21.99; 38 pages; 978-1-4653-0687-6
Picture Book Hardcover; $31.99; 38 pages; 978-1-4653-0688-3

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