Archive | January, 2011


9 Jan

I can’t say enough about this book. It changed my entire career. When this came in my email I had to share it before this book is taken off the market. It is in all of the libraries around the world but this is the way to have it. It codifies all art on the planet in any form.

A painter lifts the brush… A musician raises an instrument… A writer sets the scene… A dancer makes a leap… An actor takes the stage… Each is striving to communicate successfully through their own particular art form. When are they creating art? And when are they not? And who is to decide anyway? The field of art teems with critics, columnists and experts. So why hasn’t anyone been able to answer this one simple question: What is art?

Art is all around us.

Your ability and knowledge of the subject is more important than most people are willing to admit.

The fact is, whether you are a professional in the arts or just someone who wants to improve the way you communicate, ART has something to do with you.

Think about it for a moment. Everyday things like organizing your living room, submitting a presentation to your boss or deciding on what to wear — involve the very basics of art and communication.

Living itself is an art form; creating your home, your job & workplace, the perfect family… These are things we work on to improve every day.

Individual ability is one factor, however, without knowing what direction to steer your ability in and how to fill in the “missing pieces” that make your works of art really stand out from the rest, you will never have a complete artistic product.

In fact, there are a million “mechanics” and “technicalities” that make up the subject of any art form, but without the BASIC fundamentals of art as a subject itself, the product is something that does not effectively communicate to the intended audience. Or worst case, its is completely rejected and criticized.

So, no matter where you are in or out of the field of the arts, this is the book for you.


Read this book and find out:

  • What the fundamentals of art really are

  • What art has to do with communication and why

  • What defines a true professional in his field of art, versus a mere “dabbler” or dilettante

  • What is “message” and how does one get his message across?

  • How to convey depth in art and use color — including color harmony, color depth and color associations… And what this all means to your success…

  • What “mood lines” are and how to use them effectively in composition and design of all types. Including the most seemingly mundane tasks

Results from application:

“I’ll be honest. I was a failed artist. And I made sure everybody knew it, too. Years of lamenting over the fact I couldn’t produce as an artist. I had given up on art and just about everything else in life as well. Then I read through Art by L. Ron Hubbard. While reading, I had incredible realizations about the subject and by the end I felt completely revitalized. So, I made up my mind to just start producing art and applying what’s in the book. Without meaning to impress anyone, people started noticing my work and commenting favorably. I was ‘in communication’ and a failed purpose of a lifetime was gone forever. I get teary-eyed every time I recall the story but it was the turning point in my artistic career.” — G.M.

“I have been an architect for fourteen years, and studied the subject for six years before that, and this book totally changed my viewpoint on so many things. The Artbook now lives on my desk. It is bent, bruised and battered through use. But I wouldn’t operate without it. As the author says: ‘The greatest joy there is in life is creating. Splurge on it.’ Well that is how I’m going to operate from here on out. I have no reservations in recommending this book to anyone involved in the arts — fine, mechanical, industrial, etc. It’s a vital discourse on so many key subjects.” — S.A. 


“For some fifteen years I have been studying, amongst other branches of philosophy, the subject of ART… I have made a breakthrough at last in this matter.” – L. Ron Hubbard, 1965

And thus began a series of articles on the subject of art. Written between August 1965 and March 1984 and called the “Art Series”, these 17 articles became the basis for the highly popularHubbard Basic Art Course.

These articles were compiled and published in book form according to the author’s wishes in 1991.

Having been published in 1991, this edition of ART is the award-winning,first edition, first printing.

We have limited numbers in stock soact now to grab your copy before they’re gone forever!


The Genius of Photography Episodes – 1/4

3 Jan

I just finished watching episodes 1 through 4 and was inspired to post it in a blog to remember and come back to and watch again. It is educational and now a new favorite. This is worth the time to watch and share with family.