NEW YORK (PRWEB)
September 15, 2017
A combination of abstraction and realism, of organic and inorganic images, artist Geeta Harvey’s new book “Ancestral Linkages: A Journey from New Delhi to Buffalo” (published by Archway Publishing) leads readers on a journey spanning two continents that explores her “Ancestral Linkages.”
“The book deals with themes of love, war, marriage, women’s roles , familial conflicts, division and unity, cyber world and others that are relevant in today’s society,” Harvey says.
A book of approximately 180 paintings and writings that are separated into 11 chapters, “Ancestral Linkages” is Harvey’s personal exploration of her emotions shown through images and writings. Harvey’s personal experiences lead to the conception of her imagery. She derives the forms of her art by synthesizing her early years in India with her life in the United States. In the book, Harvey discusses how in her birthplace of India, she absorbed the sensual and intellectual world surrounding her and that moving to the United States added American traditions to her sensibilities.
Harvey says she would like readers to “remain in touch with their feelings and to find their own creative ways to express themselves. Personal thoughts and experiences should be recorded and possibly developed into creative forms. People should remain open to cultures around the world and understand that underlying cultural differences all humans experience emotions that are similar and that unite us all.”
By Geeta Harvey
Hardcover | 8.5 x 11 in | 288 pages | ISBN 9781480844230
Softcover | 8.5 x 11 in | 288 pages | ISBN 9781480844223
E-Book | 288 pages | ISBN 9781480844216
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Geeta Harvey, a native of India, immigrated to the United States in 1966. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in art education from the State University College at Buffalo. She has been a practicing artist and was a teacher of art at the school and college level for 30 years. She has had numerous group and solo exhibits and is a recipient of several awards. Her works are in public and private collections in Japan, India and the United States.
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