She Cuts Up Her Novels For Song Of Sahel Art Auction!

written blog post by Niamh Clune

Move over Van Gogh! Marta contributes her art design for Plum Tree Books and now has donated to the Auction for Sahel on Sunday Sept. 16th. Follow back on Reblog to find out more information…

…Maria’s light and dark hands reach for the same thing. I think this a great metaphor for our project, Song Of Sahel, which is about: the have’s and have not’s; those who dream; those who do not! These are just a few of the paintings to appear available at the Auction of Sunday Sept. 16th and don’t forget the Event and unveiling of the Anthology Song of Sahel. Both benefit the people of Sahel. Come join us. Check for more information by following back to original blog page. Thank you. the secret keeper

Dr Niamh's Plum Tree Creative Community

Some of you will recognize this distinctive style. It is that of Marta Pelrine Bacon’s. She is the mystical lady who has allowed us to use her art to create the ‘look’ of Plum Tree Books. I have plastered Marta’s drawings all over our pages.

Marta tells me that she cuts up her novels to make her art. Well! That is one way of relieving editing angst! Working in pen and ink, I think Marta shows a distinctive and exceptional style. Marta is also a budding novelist. I hope she doesn’t cut up all her novels, as Plum Tree Books will have nothing to publish!

This is such a happy picture. Have you ever seen a bunny sleeping in a tree? If not, why not? Marta’s work is magical and you will see much more of it in some of the children’s books we will be producing. Now wouldn’t this drawing look…

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One thought on “She Cuts Up Her Novels For Song Of Sahel Art Auction!

  1. “I believe that imagination is stronger than knowledge. That myth is more potent than history. That dreams are more powerful than facts. That hope always triumphs over experience. That laughter is the only cure for grief. And I believe that love is stronger than death.”
    ― Robert Fulghum, All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten

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