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The Great Shadow Migration

Gagne, Michel

Published by Gagne International
ISBN 10: 096664042X / ISBN 13: 9780966640427
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Title: The Great Shadow Migration

Publisher: Gagne International

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

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Synopsis: The Great Shadow Migration is a sophisticated and mystical tale that will definitely give you something to think about. Follow the evolution of two diverse beings as they struggle to inhabit one world. Your eyes will feast at the beautiful illustrations while your mind wanders through this poetic tale. This edition is limited to 1000 copies signed and numbered by the artist. Printed on 100 lbs high quality paper. 11" X 11".

About the Author: Michel Gagné was born in Quebec, Canada, in 1965. He studied animation at Sheridan College School of Visual Arts in Ontario, Canada.

In 1985, he began a highly successful career drawing characters and special effects for animated and live-action feature films. His 3 ½ minute independent short film Prelude to Eden is a favorite among animation students and teachers and has played in festivals throughout the world. Michel was honored by the International Animated Film Society, ASIFA Hollywood, with three Annie Award nominations.

In addition to his film work, Michel is a dedicated fine artist who sculpts, paints and creates mixed media works. He has written and illustrated five books. Michel lives peacefully with his family in southern California. He is currently writing and illustrating a comic book series entitled Zed, among other things.

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