Rufus: “Art is the essence of life and color is its spice.”
When a hungry sparrow, Rufus, alights on Dean Cunningham’s office windowsill at a Chicago art school, little does the art professor know that the sandwich he offers will change the way he views the nature of art. And, when this sparrow begins rounding up other airborne friends to rally around a grand conference in none other than Chicago’s Grant Park, man may just be moved to higher art and deeper truths.
Amazon.com Book Review: “In his magnificent and mythical meditation on art and spirituality, author Nader Khaghani gathers enlightened birds of every feather to guide artists toward a finer art, and as well as an enriched understanding of the world around them. Framed within the context of man’s connection with color and form, this contemporary, reflective exploration of the purpose of art offers soul-stirring inroads for any reader who seeks a greater perception of the role of art in humankind. With its striking, elegant narrative that draws the reader into a fantastic realm transcending daily human experience, The Grand Conference of Birds at Grant Park: Hueless in Chicago is an exciting, inspiring journey into the possibilities of imagination that will resound with art lovers and truth seekers everywhere