Woman: A Unique Tribute

Woman: A Unique Tribute

by Dorothy Boux (Author)

Synopsis

In this work, Dorothy Boux uses her skills as an artist and calligrapher to explore and illuminate that perennial question of what it means to be a woman. She does not rely on a single voice but rather on a chorus of voices, of men and women down the ages and across the world. What emerges are the special qualities of women which, rightly used, can bring healing and harmony in a time of increasing personal stress, family breakdown and social tension. The aim of the book is to help women understand themselves and men to understand women.

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More Information

Format: Hardcover
Pages: 144
Publisher: Shepheard-Walwyn (Publishers) Ltd
Published: 01 Jan 1999

ISBN 10: 0856831832
ISBN 13: 9780856831836

Media Reviews
'This labour of love is so beautiful, it gives you a lift before you have even read a word! Written in calligraphy over delicate water-colour paintings of angels, flowers, children and cottages (the list goes on) it looks like an illuminated manuscript. What a perfect gift or favourite keepsake it will prove to be.' One of our readers
Author Bio
Calligrapher and Illustrator Dorothy Boux has penned several books for Shepheard-Walwyn: The Eternal One, Images of Christmas, The Golden Thread, All the World's A Stage and Woman: A Unique Tribute. Dorothy started drawing at an early age, but fell in love with calligraphy later in life. She ran a gallery on Harrow Hill where some of her earlier work was printed on an old handpress. She continues to exhibit her calligraphy and illustrations at craft fairs.