"Allan Linder 20th century and beyond” coffee table art book published by Eclectic Press
New York, NY, December 1, 2007: Eclectic Press is pleased to announce that it has published a new art book on the life work of celebrated international artist Allan Linder.
Allan Linder began drawing and painting from age five, and unlike you and me he never stopped. This beautiful full color art book is co-written by author Todd Gunzelman in association with Eclectic Press. Todd C. Gunzelman is a contemporary American author, inventor and outdoorsman born in Southern California. He is best known for his functional inventions that accomplish simple repetitive tasks. He began his hand at writing at an early age, with several short stories, poetry and eventually his love for the outdoors. But he remained unpublished until now. Allan Linder has lived a fascinating nomadic childhood which led him from coast to coast several times. Eventually he stayed in New York City where he resides in his adulthood. “Allan Linder 20th century and beyond” covers the artists life on the road, his work as a DJ and storyboard artist in Hollywood, to his artist-run gallery in NYC.
This 180 page book is filled with images of the artist, and his paintings and drawings from 1976 to present. Linder’s gritty and vivid paintings of New York City invite you to visit, while his bold and colorful abstracts draw you into his dreams. If you are lucky enough to own one of his paintings, then you already know. Now it's time to know more about him. Allan Linder 20th century and beyond is available for purchase at an introductory rate for the holidays exclusively at LuLu.com. After January 1, 2008 this book will sell for its retail price world wide.