Many of you have by now seen my book, "The Hidden Glory of India." The BBT, who published that book, now wants me to do a follow-up book: "The Visual Glory of India: Krishna Art Through the Ages." This book, as the title suggests, will focus on visual images of Krishna and His Incarnations -- any Vaishnava depictions (painting, sculpture, etc.) from any period in India history. It will also include a section on ISKCON art, with special attention to the new, growing generation of artists, such as those coming out of Russia.
I am calling out for help! A book like this cannot be done by
one person: If you are an artist, or if you know of someone who does Krishna conscious
art, please give them the following address, telling them to send slides
or good quality prints for possible inclusion in this book. A letter should
accompany the art giving me permission to use their material. This same
letter should include any and all details about the art as well (artist's
full name, medium, technique, etc.). Hoping you can help, send all
materials to FOLK Books, 30 Village Gate Way, Nyack, NY 10960.