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2015 Cover – Menhirs for Peace by Manolo Paz

The 2015 edition of the best-selling Environmental Art Calendar will be available to purchase July 2014 — this will be our 8th year for this title. Andres AmadorManolo Paz, and Sylvain Meyer are just a few of the artists that will be featured.

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2014 Cover Image
© Bob Verscheuren

NEW – Check out this wonderful access to our Environmental Art Calendar Archive and links to information about each featured cover artists: Bob Verscheuren, Patrick Dougherty, Martin Hill, Nils-Udo, Jason de Caires Taylor and others.

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2013 Cover Image
© Patrick Dougherty

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2010 Cover Image
© Martin Hill

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2008 Cover Image
© Nils-Udo

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Autumnal Equinox

The Day of Equal Light and Darkness

Land Art Calendar

Artwork © 2013 Martin Hill. Excerpt from Land Art 2014 wall calendar.

In The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, poet William Blake wrote, “Without contraries is no progression.” And in the profound teachings of Jewish mysticism is the statement, “The Book of Concealed Mystery is the book of the equilibrium of balance.” Our pagan fore-bearers celebrated the balance of opposites on the Equinox. This day, when the hours of light and dark are equal, was a sign, a teaching embedded within the mysterious yet comfortingly predictable time cycles. This ancient wisdom is marvelously illustrated in the yin-yang symbol. The image from Taoism teaches that light and dark — in fact, all pairs of opposites — are necessary. They are the Tao, the original and inherent way of all things. And growth — life itself — arises from their balance and equilibrium.

by Tim Campbell
VP Sales Director
Amber Lotus Publishing