Carol Golembiewski Draws Readers Into Art-hall Adventure

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‘The Projection Room’ offers pulse-pounding adventure when visual art comes alive

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“Wassily Kandinsky believed that art should bridge the gap between the natural world and the spiritual world. Through this fictional account, my book explores the idea that he might have been right," says Golembiewski.

In her new novel “The Projection Room: Two from the Cubist Mist” (published by Abbott Press), author Carol Golembiewski has crafted an exciting story of art and intrigue.

What if some artists or masterpieces captured something more unto the canvas? When a room with advanced photovoltaics is able to project these works of art three-dimensionally, it's discovered that what is captured on canvas can be released – with dire consequences.

An excerpt from “The Projection Room”:

“‘Big picture? Enlighten me Dr. Layton.’ Bruce’s eyebrow shot up, and he then squinted at the man.

‘Yes. You’ve stumbled onto something beyond what we were testing. While we don’t understand the process yet, you’ve been able to tap into an inter-dimensional corridor, for lack of a better word. This does need to be studied. This information and phenomenon could give us a better window into our universe. Not to mention, I mean the applications for intelligence gathering or even as a weapon...’”

“Wassily Kandinsky believed that art should bridge the gap between the natural world and the spiritual world. Through this fictional account, my book explores the idea that he might have been right," says Golembiewski.

“The Projection Room”
By Carol Golembiewski
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 248 pages | ISBN 9781458207425
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 248 pages | ISBN 9781458207432
E-Book | 248 pages | ISBN 9781458207418
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Carol Golembiewski was born and raised in Milwaukee. She earned her art education degree from Mt. Mary College. She is a high school and middle school art teacher with a background in computer graphics, ceramics, painting/drawing and art history who has taught in both Wisconsin and Florida. Golembiewski resides in Wisconsin. “The Projection Room” is the first book of a planned series.

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