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W.O'K'S WEIRD, WACKY, WONDERFUL WORLD: The Art of William Francis O'Keefe by James R. Holland
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Winner of numerous awards in USA Book News' "BEST BOOKS 2007", Next Generation Indie Book Awards, and Indie Excellence Book Awards

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This ninety-six page, soft-cover volume is printed on Aqueous coated 100 lb glossy acid free paper and includes ninety-two illustrations. Sixty-five of those illustrations are copies of the Neo-Surrealist oil paintings of Boston artist William F. O'Keefe, who paints under the pen name of "W.O'K." In addition to the sixty-five high-quality, full-color reproductions of O'Keefe's often erotic visions of "Unseen Fantasy Worlds", the book includes twenty-seven mostly color photographs of the artist at work and play.

FINALIST AWARD in "Art: General" category of "Best Books 2007" sponsored by USA BOOK NEWS.

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photo of W.O'Keefe at tableArtist's Profile:

William Francis O'Keefe, who paints under the signature "W.O'K" was born in Boston on October 6, 1962. You may recognize him or his work from appearances on the television shows "A&E" or "Chronicle". The Boston artist can sometimes be found selling his work along the sidewalks of Newbury Street. He has been painting his weird, wacky, wild and wonderful visions of strange worlds peopled by equally fantastic aliens since 1989. He believes his dream-like visions are the spirits of beings from the past and the future reaching out across space and time to appear in his Neo-Surrealistic art. W.O'K, and his erotic artwork are a fascinating part of the vibrant, colorful Boston art scene.

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James R. Holland is a Boston Photo-Diarist. A former photographer intern and later contract photographer for National Geographic, Mr. Holland has published photographs and articles in major magazines, textbooks, encyclopedias and video games. His work has been included in many traveling photographic exhibitions. He is also a former film and video producer for the Christian Science Center in Boston. His film work has appeared on most major networks and many cable channels. He is the author-photographer of several books including The Amazon, Mr. Pops (about Arthur Fiedler) and Tanglewood as well as Diamonds Are Waiting For You and a memoir, Adventure Photographer. He is an avid amateur art and photography collector.

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