The Wonderful Madness of Becoming a Horse of A Different Color
By: William A. Herring
Herring's book was written to his students as he was training.
It has become sort of a cult-classic in artistic freedom.
It is a work full of black and white drawings done to loud music,
sayings of the wise, and letters to his students.
He teaches no more.
The book is a gift to the amateur: one who does what he does for love alone.