The imagery of Myron Conan Dyan is derived from the visions he experienced during epileptic seizures and self- induced trances he encountered on his spiritual journey to come to grips with his lifelong struggle with his epilepsy and its stigma. Usually figurative or organic, his artwork is overwhelmingly dark and haunting, and obviously created with obsession and compulsion. He uses papier- mache to create his sculpture, in large part, because its immediacy accommodates his urgency to see his objects in three- dimensional form. A classically trained musician and telecommunications executive, Dyan kept his prolific production of art secret for many years -- only showing it to family and a few close friends until going public in 2005. The 18 paintings, 12 drawings, and 20 sculptures featured in this book are drawn from his vast ouvre of more than 5,000 artworks spanning nearly three decades. Mostly color, some b&w.