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Artist Studio By lisa pixley
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Artist Studio By lisa pixley
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ART:TWENTY-ELEVEN By Open Studio Artists, Ventura
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This book contains examples of the work of thirty-eight artists from all across the United States, Canada, and England. Each year the artists gather in Ventura, California, to work in... More > an Open Studio environment for two weeks. The synergy that builds during this time and the friendships that have developed among the group create an energizing atmosphere. Each artist is supported and challenged to develop a unique voice, and the result is this amazing body of work. The individuality of the work represented clearly celebrates the vision of each artist. Here is a collection of art work, five images and a personal statement of intent from each of thirty-eight artists. It is like a gallery exhibit, but you can hold it in your hands and go back as often as you like. Enjoy! It is the second in a series from the Open Studio Artists.< Less
Bath Artists Studios By Michael Roach
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A quick insight into Bath Artists Studios. The book contains a full description of the studios and its artists that were there at the time the book was created.
Artistic Chaos Studio By Cecelia Ivy Price
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Artistic Chaos Studio By Cecelia Ivy Price
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ART:TWENTY-TEN By Open Studio Artists, Ventura 2010
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This book presents a collection of the work of 27 artists who participated in a two-week open studio session in August 2010 in Ventura, California, organized by Katherine Chang Liu. Three images from... More > each artist are shown in full color, illustrating their unique voice in a variety of media. The media represented includes assemblage, collage, painting, drawing, pastel, and digital lithography. Artists: Joan Bell, Ellen Chadwick, Geneva Fenno, Patricia Fisher, Carole Gardner, Gay Germain, Julia Hannabass, Kitty Hannabass, Mary J. Hickey, Ruth Ellen Hoag, Charlotte Huntley, Elma Jella, Garrie Bea Joyce, Paula B. Lantz, Freda Lee-McCann, Judy Levinson, Sandra MacDiarmid, Lana L. Maringas, Stephany Nickel, Lois Ostrov, Anita Peghini-Raber, Sand Poland, Kate Schutt, Dianna J. Shomaker, Sophia Tise, LiDona Wagner, Mary LaRue Wells.< Less
Plein Aire Artist Studio Calendar 2010 By Linda Cheek
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This 2010 calendar is a collection of oil paintings I have painted en plein aire and are available in giclee reproductions made with the finest archival inks and printed on 20.5 mil OBA FREE textured... More > archival canvas. To order giclee prints go to lindacheek.us on the web. or my blog lindacheekstudio.blogspot.com< Less
Junior Artist 4 Christ By M.A.D. Studio Public Art Christalyn Brooks
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MAD Studio Public Art & Gallery has put together a book that incorporates all the Junior Artist 4 Christ children. These artists developed art through the summer of 2009 at the studio in... More > Temecula, CA.< Less
Presenting the Artist as Creator: An Examination of the Studios of Norman Lindsay and Karl Duldig By Tracey Smith
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This book examines the artistic practice of two Australian artists Norman Lindsay and Karl Duldig - by looking at the way in which artistic materials and techniques have been presented in the studios... More > attached to their respective house museums: The Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum at Faulconbridge in the Blue Mountains and The Duldig Studio in suburban Melbourne. The artists studio has long been recognized as providing unique insights into an artists materials and processes and in recent times a number of studios in Australia and internationally, has been preserved as museums. The extent to which the Lindsay and Duldig studios have been orchestrated to present a particular idea of the artists working methods and creativity was the focus of short book.< Less