David Michael Bowers: The Evolution of an Artist.
David Michael Bowers: The Evolution of an Artist by Robert J. Trombetta. The book deals not only Bowers current works, but also documents his rise from being one of America’s leading illustrators to his new commitment to fine art.
David Michael Bowers is a simply amazing artist!
The book, printing on heavy matte paper, is a hardcover book. It is also bound with black cloth and has gold foil stamping. The book cover also has a permanent tip-on image that prints on press too, with a gloss UV coating. All tip-on images place by hand, on each book.
David Michael Bowers: The Evolution of an Artist is a beautiful fine art book, with printing and binding by Star Print Brokers. Some books have book slip case. The book design is by one of our top designers.
From Bower’s site:
Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art (Arnie Fenner writes)
“Robert J. Trombetta (former director of the Ft. Pitt Museum) has put together a book of David’s paintings entitled David M. Bowers: The Evolution of an Artist and it is, to put it mildly, a knock-out.”
Fanfare Magazine (Harry Schwalb writes)
“A sumptuous volume – “David Michael Bowers: The Evolution of an Artist” – with superb color plates and a text by Robert J. Trombetta was recently published. An art-lovers must.”
Irene Gallo (Art Director, TOR Books writes)
“The production values of the book, itself, are in line with his own impeccable craftsmanship – incredible printing, sturdy pages, beautiful die-cut jacket, and all of the paintings are presented with lots of clean white space around them. Between the art and the presentation, no one can step into my office without picking it up and a “Wow!”
• 168 pages
• Measures 11.75″ x 11.75″
• Smyth sewn, also with head and tail bands
• 180 gsm matte acid free paper (The heaviest paper allowable for Smyth sewn bindings)
• Black cloth cover with tip-on images
• Debossing on the cover, also with gold foil stamping
• Signing of the books by the artist
• Dust jacket has a die-cut opening to also allows the tip-on images to be visible
See the book on David Michael Bowers website.