Collage Fusion

Author: Alma de la Melena Cox
Publisher: North Light Books
ISBN: 1600613306
Size: 44.63 MB
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Collage Fusion from the Author: Alma de la Melena Cox. Explains the "telamadera" collage technique that the author developed, which uses the fusion of vibrantly colored materials and wood, in a guide that teaches artists how to use a wood-burning tool and utilize mixed-media techniques--including fabric, beads, personal imagery, stencil work and more--as well as 10 fully stepped-out projects. Original.

Collage Couture

Author: Julie Nutting
Publisher: North Light Books
ISBN: 1440308314
Size: 47.92 MB
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Collage Couture from the Author: Julie Nutting. Features twenty-two mixed-media projects that involve sketching fashion figures and silhouettes, creating stylish dresses from patterned paper, and applying textured backgrounds.

Mixed Media Paint Box

Author: Editors of North Light Books
Publisher: North Light Books
ISBN: 1440313806
Size: 15.84 MB
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Mixed Media Paint Box from the Author: Editors of North Light Books. Play With Paint All Year Long! Incorporating paint into your mixed-media art has never been easier or more fun. Open up your paint box and delve into a year of creative ideas from 45 of your favorite artists. Whether you've used paint for years or have been anxious to try a new medium, you'll find great advice and ideas inside Mixed-Media Paint Box. Each week, you'll be guided with step-by-step instructions through a different project or technique that will add instant depth and drama to your art! Inside you'll find: 52 projects and techniques, one for every week of the year, to inspire a weekly dose of creativity. Tips, hints and suggestions from some of your favorite authors, including Ruth Rae, Claudine Hellmuth, Chrissie Grace, Bernie Berlin and Margot Potter. Step-by-step instructions for jewelry-making, assemblage, journaling, collage and a variety of painting techniques to incorporate into your own art. Discover inspiration and new ways to express yourself every week inside Mixed-Media Paint Box!

Journey To Inspired Art Quilting

Author: Jean Wells
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1607055813
Size: 17.76 MB
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Journey To Inspired Art Quilting from the Author: Jean Wells. Continue your art quilting journey with Jean Wells in this follow up to Intuitive Color & Design. Embrace the process of developing your skills and trusting your intuition with 9 classroom-tested design assignments that help you develop distinctive work. Jean provides you with new guidelines and exercises to hone your natural intuitive skills, then she encourages you to express yourself! Learn how to recognize those “big ideas” that become inspirational starting points for your art. Packed with inspiring quilt images, this book walks you through effective approaches to art quilting from journaling your ideas to unifying your design.

A La Sombra De La Muerte

Author: Alejandro Mujica Olea
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1453522646
Size: 49.66 MB
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A La Sombra De La Muerte from the Author: Alejandro Mujica Olea.

The Complete Guide To Altered Imagery

Author: Karen Michael
Publisher: Quarry Books
ISBN: 161673793X
Size: 35.71 MB
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The Complete Guide To Altered Imagery from the Author: Karen Michael. A wide range of techniques borrowed from both traditional and digital art has recently begun to blend into one art form, known as altered art. The Complete Guide to Altered Imagery is the only book currently on the market that provides fascinating tips and creative ideas solely focused on this new form of art. An in-depth discussion manipulation techniques is supplied, making this an essential handbook for all artists and crafters looking for creative ways to alter and enhance various types of imagery in new and traditional ways, and then to integrate this altered art into their work.

Mosaic Tile Designs

Author: Susan Johnston
Publisher: Dover
ISBN: 9780486240800
Size: 40.99 MB
Format: PDF
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Mosaic Tile Designs from the Author: Susan Johnston. Rich source of royalty-free design ideas. Circles, squares, rectangles, and other geometric figures combined in intricate patterns, symmetrical motifs, interlocking figures, etc. Rich, varied, complex — ideal for stained glass, textile, wallpaper, and other arts and crafts uses.

The Gospel According To The Simpsons

Author: Mark I. Pinsky
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN: 9780664224196
Size: 22.42 MB
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The Gospel According To The Simpsons from the Author: Mark I. Pinsky. Examines the treatment of religion and spirituality in the animated television series, including its depiction of God, Jesus, heaven, hell, and prayer in chapters devoted to Homer, Lisa, Ned, Reverend Lovejoy, Krusty, and Apu.

Bella Bella Quilts

Author: Norah McMeeking
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc
ISBN: 9781607053859
Size: 61.65 MB
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Bella Bella Quilts from the Author: Norah McMeeking. Bring Renaissance Italy Home with Paper-Pieced Mosaics. Quilt designs based on beautiful Italian mosaics bring the Italian Renaissance into your home. Familiar quilting shapes in new combinations and settings yield exquisite, intricate-looking designs. 8 stunning quilt projects in a variety of sizes, or create your own variations. Full-sized paper-piecing patterns for most quilts. Photos of Italy and its architecture - a great coffee table book!

Telling Genes

Author: Alexandra Minna Stern
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 1421407485
Size: 24.70 MB
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Telling Genes from the Author: Alexandra Minna Stern. For sixty years genetic counselors have served as the messengers of important information about the risks, realities, and perceptions of genetic conditions. More than 2,500 certified genetic counselors in the United States work in clinics, community and teaching hospitals, public health departments, private biotech companies, and universities. Telling Genes considers the purpose of genetic counseling for twenty-first century families and society and places the field into its historical context. Genetic counselors educate physicians, scientific researchers, and prospective parents about the role of genetics in inherited disease. They are responsible for reliably translating test results and technical data for a diverse clientele, using scientific acumen and human empathy to help people make informed decisions about genomic medicine. Alexandra Minna Stern traces the development of genetic counseling from the eugenics movement of the early twentieth century to the current era of human genomics. Drawing from archival records, patient files, and oral histories, Stern presents the fascinating story of the growth of genetic counseling practices, principles, and professionals. -- Troy Duster, Chancellor's Professor and Senior Fellow, Warren Institute on Law and Social Policy, University of California, Berkeley