BOOKS

 

 

 

WOODY GWYN  By Peter Sacks Introduction by Sharyn R. Udall Texas Tech University Press 1994 Hardcover, 185 page REVIEW Peter Sacks' Woody Gwyn is a true treasure for art connoisseurs and a wonderful addition to any private or community art book collection. 120 beautiful full-color reproductions, and 8 b/w illustrations demonstrate the undeniable talent and artistry of Woody Gwyn as one of America's premier landscape painters who is renown for his creative extremes in dimension and subject matter. Whether his subject is sunlit water or the winding steel of highway guardrails, Gwyn's images shimmer and glint with gripping reality. A timeless volume of unforgettable art and a splendid addition to any private or public art library. -- Midwest Book Review      

WOODY GWYN  By Peter Sacks
Introduction by Sharyn R. Udall
Texas Tech University Press 1994
Hardcover, 185 page

REVIEW
Peter Sacks' Woody Gwyn is a true treasure for art connoisseurs and a wonderful addition to any private or community art book collection. 120 beautiful full-color reproductions, and 8 b/w illustrations demonstrate the undeniable talent and artistry of Woody Gwyn as one of America's premier landscape painters who is renown for his creative extremes in dimension and subject matter. Whether his subject is sunlit water or the winding steel of highway guardrails, Gwyn's images shimmer and glint with gripping reality. A timeless volume of unforgettable art and a splendid addition to any private or public art library. -- Midwest Book Review