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Gayle Byrne can usually be found reading with little ones at Killingworth Library, where she has been the Children&...

Mary Haverfield has been illustrating children’s books for more than twenty years. Haverfield studied ar...

Ami Rubinger, born in Jerusalem in 1953, began his career illustrating for the daily newspaper Ha'Aretz. He is curr...

Michel Laclotte, Director of the Musée du Louvre from 1987 to 1995, also served as Chief Curator in the muse...

Rosaria Ciardiello, a classical archaeologist, received her doctorate from the University of Naples Federico II.&nb...

Umberto Pappalardo has served as Inspector of Excavations at Pompeii and Director of Excavations at Herculaneum.

Sean Smith is a contributing editor of the North American Viewing Stone Society and a member of the Nippon Su...

Carter Ratcliff is an art critic and poet who has written several books on modern and contemporary art. He is a lon...

William N. Valavanis has made over fifty trips to Japan where he apprenticed with well-known bonsai artists Kyuzo M...

Hiroshi Takeyama is the Executive Director of the Nippon Bonsai Association. When time permits, he teaches hi...

Cynthia Vance wrote Abbeville children's book, Red, Yellow, Blue, and You (My First Colors), published in 2008, and...

Independent journalist, editor, copywriter, translator and now teacher with experience in many fields notably watch...

Fredric Roberts is an award-winning photographer based in Los Angeles. His work has been exhibited in solo shows at...

Larry Silver, a historian of Northern Renaissance art, received his Ph.D. from Harvard University and is currently...

Rex Alan Smith is the author of The Carving of Mount Rushmore and the Moon of Popping Trees, the story of...

Roselyne de Ayala has written or edited a number of books on art, literature, and music, including Brilliant Beginn...