Mixed Media Revolution: Creative Ideas for Reusing Your ArtDe (autor) Darlene Olivia Mcelroy, Sandra Duran Wilson
en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – 31 Dec 2012
Recycle, Reuse, Reinvent! With Mixed Media Revolution, you'll learn how to leverage your art and take your paintings and transfers to the next level! Leftovers, little bits and scraps, pieces of art that didn't turn out quite right...we all have them. And it hurts to have to throw them away. But what if someone could suggest another way? Another way, perhaps, to get one more use out of that transparency.
Or cut up a piece of art and put it back together differently. Or use leftover paint to create one-of-a-kind transfers? Darlene Olivia McElroy and Sandra Duran Wilson, in their groundbreaking third book, will show you how to do all those things and more! Inside You'll Find: 10 themed chapters More than 50 fully stepped-out, photographic mixed media techniques More than 80 additional fast and easy techniques Dozens of troubleshooting tips and variations More than 70 big, beautiful finished pieces of art illustrating the techniques Links to online bonus content You'll find something new and exciting on every page--add Mixed Media Revolution to your creative toolbox and expand your artistic horizons today!
Dimensiuni: 208 x 274 x 10 mm
Greutate: 0.57 kg
Editura: NORTH LIGHT/WRITERS DIGEST
Sandra is a painter, mixed-media artist and coauthor of Image Transfer Workshop (NL, Jun '09) and Surface Treatment Workshop (NL, May '11). Professional affiliations: Santa Fe Society of Artists, International Society of Layerists, Women in the Arts, member of Site Santa Fe and Santa Fe Art Institute. Awards: Contemporary Hispanic Market-awards 2002 and 2004, City of Santa Fe Purchase Award 2008. Website: http://sandraduranwilson.com Darlene Olivia McElroy is a mixed-media artist, painter and coauthor of Image Transfer Workshop (NL, Jun '09) and Surface Treatment Workshop (NL, May '11). She has written for Artists Magazine and PSA Graphics, and her work been featured in several publications. She teaches art classes and workshops in Southern California, Arizona and New Mexico and is a member of Association of Hispanic Artists, Santa Fe Artists Voice, Friends of Contemporary Art. Website: http://darleneoliviamcelroy.com