Starfish A Novel
Painting - Digital Image Ebook
STARFISH is a sci-fi novel I finally finished. It is about time travel. The two main characters are a Professor and a young woman. Together they discover a secret about an artist who understood the real nature of time travel as a metaphysical property of the time continuum. The story is based on a real experience with the work of Richard Pousette-Dart (June 8, 1916 � October 25, 1992) was an American Abstract Expressionist painter. The book can be obtained by emailing me. A synopsis of the novel begins with an art history professors study of the artist
Pousette-Dart's art work from a retrospective exhibition held in the late 90's at the IMA I. Indianapolis. The professor attended the artist's retrospective exhibition continuing with his extensive search into the deeper meaning behind the artist's work. The professor was especially interested in a set of small enigmatic bronze sculptures which seemed to resemble elements of the artists two dimensional paintings. He was able to have identical bronze duplicates made and begins experimenting with them. He discovers the secret of the layers effect which Pousette-Dart's work was known for. Time travel becomes a real possibility for the professor. He is found dead in his home. A young colleague of his picks up the trail and searches for the reasons behind the mysterious death of the professor. Time becomes more of a riddle as the young woman experiences in copying the professors work. She finds alternate realities beginning to affect her own life and those around her. She must decide on the need for the truth versus her love for her friends and family. A young handsome male acquaintance helps her to solve her dilemma. The greater mystery lies in how the future is interrelated to the present and the danger that lies between them. What she doesn't know can kill her unless she discovers the secret of the time continuum.
January 25th, 2013
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