NEW YORK, April 30, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- S. C. Lawrence, a principal scientist engineer, retired from Boeing, graduate of St. Louis University, and previously published author, has completed his new book "Arno Angels": a gripping and potent historical sci-fi tale featuring the famous artist Leonardo di ser Da Vinci.
S. C. writes, "And it was that estranged combination of device and friendship that propelled him to privacy out in the hills, out over the river, out upon the mountain, where he indulged the magic of drawing with device, or not, what seemed to propel his hands to disciplined drawing, both hands finding need to overtake balance, both hands equally creative, to achieve specific astute cleverness of objective. Obviously, he learned to draw better, while inside he pondered meaning, that what he launched was statement, and it had to be the correct statement. That as he filled pages of the tablet, it was all that screaming challenge: 'So how do I make it live by my drawings?'"
Published by Page Publishing, S. C. Lawrence's adjective tale poses an answer to the question "What if Leonardo di ser Da Vinci did not accomplish his feats alone?"
Growing up, Leonardo liked to explore his surroundings, as most children do. One day while exploring near the shadowy caves over the Arno Valley by where he resided, Leonardo stumbled upon a being from the stars. They bonded through their inquisitive natures and thirst for knowledge, which lead to a very close friendship. The being from the stars took the artist on a 500 year journey into the future. They observed how western culture becomes prominent in the world. This experience greatly influences Leonardo's future. It changes and shapes his views on the world and greatly influenced how he painted his final paining Earth-Limbo time. Readers will be intrigued by this entertaining tale about Leonardo da Vinci, posing the question of what Leonardo really was influenced by to create his great masterpieces.
Readers who wish to experience this mesmerizing work can purchase "Arno Angels" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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