The Hidden Way

The Hidden Way

by Harrison MacDonald Love (Other)
The Hidden Way

The Hidden Way

by Harrison MacDonald Love (Other)


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"The Hidden Way," an illuminating tale interwoven into the mystifying universe of Amazonian myth and folklore.

Across the torrent of time, a fallen Empire, a fractured culture, a lost tribe, a lost man, and a child alone; piece together their fragmented pasts to discover a passage back to an unsung time of forgotten treasures and ultimately the reclamation of their own heritage.

There were ten tribes, which were sent from the last Empire; sent back into the Jungle to safeguard their people's greatest treasure. With the

passing of generations it seemed the Jungle had vanished all traces of them from the Earth. Now, in their time of need, the remnants of a disseminated empire unravel their past. They search for wealth, for wisdom, for power, and for an answer to a new

way, to a new beginning.

What was, what is, the Shaman's path to wisdom? What is it that wise men fear most? Some traditions must be upheld, some must fall, but perhaps some should remain hidden.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798985046205
Publisher: Bright Futurism
Publication date: 10/11/2021
Pages: 348
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x 0.95(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

A graduate of The Rhode Island School of Design, Harrison Love is a painter, author, and illustrator. An American artist born in New York and growing up in Brussels Belgium, Harrison started his arts education early in European schools and under the tutelage of his artistic family. As a young adult having lived and worked in places as diverse as New York, Tokyo, Shanghai, Singapore, Peru, Colombia, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, the nomadic life and influences of Harrison Love are not neatly categorized. The style of Harrison's abstract work is derived from the art of calligraphy in combination with the modern stylings of contemporary American Graffiti. Harrison draws his inspiration from patterns in nature as well as scientific theories about the nature of memory formation and relationships between visual information and audible input. Harrison has created murals for Google, The City of Detroit, and for The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. His work has been shown around the world and is a part of the artists collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Harrison moved to Los Angeles in 2017 from San Francisco, where he was the curator of art pioneers The SUB-liminal and Big Umbrella Studios with successful collaborations with SOMArts, the San Francisco Art Commission, and others. Since relocating to New York, Harrison's work has been a welcome addition to many beautiful private collections, event spaces, galleries and establishments. He creates daily and is currently working out of his studio in the famed Brewery Artist Lofts in Los Angeles as well as his private studio in Brooklyn.In February 2019 Harrison returned to San Francisco to paint "The Mural Of Possible Futures" adjacent to the famous Mission Dolores Park. Love's mural explores the disconnect between the utopian vision for a reciprocal relationship between humankind and nature we all claim to be striving for and the desolate dystopian future of extractive practices and the extinction of bees based on our current trajectory. More of his work can be found online at -
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