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Two books by John Stillmunks, “Decade” and “Acerbic Diatribes” are available on Amazon.com (see links below) and also on the Independent Thought Gallery and Studio website. Amazon is offering a free shipping option and free shipping also available if the order is via Independent Thought.

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John Stillmunks’ newest offering, “Decade” is available on Amazon.com or here on the Independent Thought Gallery website.

$39.95 Paypal

A collection of 117 paintings and drawings by artist/writer John Stillmunks between the years 2001 and 2011 that were photographed and documented during those years. Many of his paintings are in collections, galleries, and shows throughout North America and Europe. Relatively few were photographed and documented until recently.

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“Acerbic Diatribes” has been edited and is also available for purchase either on Amazon.com at this link, or here on Independent Thought Gallery and Studio.com

$25.00 Paypal

15 selected essays illustrated with over 40 paintings – a collection of thought-provoking work by John Stillmunks with a Foreword by John Gaps III