Enjoy Frank Lloyd Wright’s magnificent Marin County Civic Center in all it’s glory with 337 new color photos! After 50+ years it’s still ahead of its time. Gwen Sarandrea’s photography not only captures the interior and exterior of the main building, but the Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium, Marin Exhibition Hall, Post Office, as well as the lagoon and surrounding park. Available as a gorgeous 8″ x 10″ paperback or Kindle eBook at Amazon.com! Click on the images below to purchase.
Receiving encouraging letters from a devoted friend is nourishing and restorative, especially when feeling down. A bridge from illness to hope, from fear to love, from isolation to support, Dear One carries readers through simple, one page processes. Speaking directly to their inner knowing empowers them, reminding them of Who They Are and the enormous healing power available once they open to it. Unconditional acceptance and love melt defensiveness, restoring calm.
The universal principles underlying Dear One apply to other life issues as well. Dear One comforts, touches the heart and uplifts as it illuminates a path toward wholeness.
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A lovely companion piece to Gwen Sarandrea’s book Frank Lloyd Wright’s Marin County Civic Center, Commemorating 50 Years, this poster of Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic Marin County Civic Center located in San Rafael, California, is comprised of the best of over 700 photographs of the complex taken by Gwen. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright at the end of his career, Gwen photographed the entire complex extensively including the Civic Center, Memorial Auditorium, Exhibition Hall, Post Office, Fire Station, Lagoon with fountains, circular pools, and Lagoon Park. She trimmed the best photographs down to their essence and created a Montage Mirage Photo Tapestry with them.
This beautiful, full-color Montage Mirage Photo Tapestry Poster measures 18” x 24” and is printed on coated paper for only $24.95. Click here to order!
In 1994, Gwen invited her 80-year-old widowed father to move from Pennsylvania to California to live with her. They bought a 1914 home and remodeled it together. “The Healing House, The Gift of Dad’s Final Years,” describes their story and how this home became a metaphor for the transformation of their individual lives and their relationship. Five years later, Gwen shared his hospice home care with her sister, Carole. She found that the ultimate gift of her father’s final years came after his death when Gwen saw a vision of him alive and vital in his Spirit body on the Other Side.
Go far beyond scrapbooking! Montage Mirage Photo Tapestries is a whole new medium ideally suited to creating portrait keepsakes which can be handed down through the generations. Learn fundamental techniques and a fresh approach for preserving memories. The book is available now at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and through MontageMirage.com!
Montage Mirage Photo Tapestries demonstrates how readers can convert their cherished photographs into meaningful montages and collages without knowing how to draw, paint or use a computer. Using beautiful examples from Gwen’s collection of full-color personal and family photo tapestries, accompanied by moving text and easy-to-follow instructions, Montage Mirage Photo Tapestries teaches readers how to create customized, one-of-a-kind artworks suitable for framing from their collection of prized photos of people, pets, projects and places.
Gwen Sarandrea captures a moment in time by clustering significant individual and group photos into dynamic visual stories. Layering photos Montage Mirage style animates personality and character aspects that single photos miss by providing the context within which an entire experience is presented. Follow one of the basic layouts – substituting your own photos – and it will be customized for you. By color copying your precious photos onto photo paper first and then working with the copies, you have nothing to lose!
Have Gwen create a personalized Montage Mirage Photo Tapestry using your own precious photos! Contact her for details by clicking here.