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Book details
  • Genre:ART
  • SubGenre:Individual Artists / Artists' Books
  • Language:English
  • Pages:200
  • eBook ISBN:9780984289172

Transpersonal Papers: (1861-2010)

by Stu Jenks

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Overview
Stu Jenks’ most ambitious work to date, this book contains flame spirals, past life experiences, Apache history, Scottish ghosts, God, the death of parents, the finding and losing of Love and a Bozo or three, all held together by the common thread of human universality and a good deal of self-deprecating humor. Transpersonal Papers (1861-2010) goes beyond Stu Jenks’ own experiences into a world of mystery, spirit, grief, and joy. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll think ‘What in the world?’. A marvelous trip if you dare.
Description
Stu Jenks’ most ambitious work to date, this book contains flame spirals, past life experiences, Apache history, Scottish ghosts, God, the death of parents, the finding and losing of Love and a Bozo or three, all held together by the common thread of human universality and a good deal of self-deprecating humor. Transpersonal Papers (1861-2010) goes beyond Stu Jenks’ own experiences into a world of mystery, spirit, grief, and joy. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll think ‘What in the world?’. A marvelous trip if you dare.
About the author
Stu Jenks is a photographer, writer, and musician in Tucson, Arizona. He was born in Virginia, received his BFA in Studio Art from the University of North Carolina, and has lived and worked in the Sonoran Desert of southern Arizona for over twenty-five years. As a Desert Rat, he likes to take long journeys into remote landscapes of wild beauty; as a Son of the South, he likes to then tell stories about the things he's seen, the people he's met, and the insights he's gleaned along the way. Through pictures, words, and music, Stu aims to discover the myth, mystery, and spirit of the world around us, to see the invisible and make it visible. He uses his art as a means of reflecting on the life experiences that make us human -- and, in turn, on those remarkable human beings who make us experience life.