Darwin Dower, noted wood sculptor, is pleased to announce a book about his life as a sculptor has been produced by Publisher's Place. The book highlights Darwin's early life, his unique work, and the processes used in his artwork. The book includes excerpts of several interviews from the artist as well as collectors. Numerous examples of his artwork, both in progress and upon completion are shown in gallery quality photos. A spokesman for Publisher's Place indicated that Darwin's Art is a most unusual style of sculpting. "His works are carved entirely from wood. His ability to capture an image in absolute detail is astounding. For example, if he carves an old saddle, it will not only look like leather, but will also show the worn, cracked areas as well. Darwin's western themes tell a story of early frontier life and the struggles that went with it." Dr. Lewis R. Jensen (Founder of the World Artistic Masters Association) made this analogy of Darwin's artwork: "His level of skill is magical and a little mysterious. I am well acquainted with most of the world's finest living wood sculptors, and none touch the sentiment or jog the memories of a patron in their artworks like Darwin. Each of his single edition expressions is extraordinarily unique, and I have seen them literally draw tears from collectors. Only the greatest of artwork can do that." Whether you are buying Western art as an investor, a collector, or just viewing it for your own pleasure, Dower's sculptures are certain to remind you of a fond memory from a past time. This book explores the artist's creative journey in a step-by step process, and will be a valuable addition to everyone's library.