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Creative Artist: Dream Village By Angela Lao
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Just like a game, letting students to learn crafting and drawing step by step. Making their own doll, and to “sell” artworks. After earning money (Marks), they can “buy” a... More > land and to build a house! “Creative Artist : Dream Village” is suitable for Art class, Craft class and self-studies. Immigrate to Dream Village and have fun!< Less
Creative Highway By Various Artists and Authors
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a compilation of prose, poetry, photography, and art by various artists and authors.
Creative Highway By Various Artists and Authors
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a compilation of prose, poetry, photography, and art by various artists and authors.
Artists' Books Creative Production and Marketing By Sarah Bodman
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A guide for the book artist – as the producer, publisher and distributor of their own artwork, to discuss some of the practical issues arising from this. A series of case studies explores... More > artists’ experiences of making and marketing their books in the UK, France, Germany, EIRE, Spain, Denmark, Japan, Argentina, Australia and the USA. We selected a range of artists with 2 - 30+ years experience in artists’ books, zines and multiples and asked them to share their working practice, experience of book fairs, interaction with purchasers, discuss problems and offer advice. We also asked private and institutional collectors to tell us about the ways in which they would prefer to interact with artists selling their books and any issues arising from their own collecting. Please note that the print version is black and white. You can also download a free PDF version from our website: www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk/bookpub.htm< Less
Artists' Books Creative Production and Marketing By Sarah Bodman
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A guide for the book artist – as the producer, publisher and distributor of their own artwork, to discuss some of the practical issues arising from this. A series of case studies explores... More > artists’ experiences of making and marketing their books in the UK, France, Germany, EIRE, Spain, Denmark, Japan, Argentina, Australia and the USA. We selected a range of artists with 2 - 30+ years experience in artists’ books, zines and multiples and asked them to share their working practice, experience of book fairs, interaction with purchasers, discuss problems and offer advice. We also asked private and institutional collectors to tell us about the ways in which they would prefer to interact with artists selling their books and any issues arising from their own collecting. Please note that the print version is black and white. You can also download a free PDF version from our website: www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk/bookpub.htm< Less
Your Creative Peace Unit 4: Artists Who Infuse Their Creativity with Their Faith By Robin Norgren
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12 Creative Christians share their journey of how they found a way to connect with God through their creative voice and how they creativity has been a catalyst for deepening their relationship with... More > God and with the world< Less
The Creative Artist, Mental Disturbance, and Mental Health By Elliot Benjamin, Ph.D.
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This book describes The Artistic Theory of Psychology, in which a dominant focus is on the successful creative artist and mental health. However, the book also describes the relationship of the... More > creative artist to mental disturbance in various contexts, including an innovative academic treatment, personal experiential essays written by the author, excerpts related to the author’s semi-autobiographical novel, and illustrative blog excerpts from the author’s struggling actor son. The main theme of the book is that through humanistic supportive environments for creative artists, the phenomenon of the successful creative artist in the context of success in both one’s creative artistic endeavors as well as a satisfactory adjustment to day-to-day life, can be nourished and enhanced.< Less
The Creative Artist, Mental Disturbance, and Mental Health By Elliot Benjamin, Ph.D.
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This book describes The Artistic Theory of Psychology, in which a dominant focus is on the successful creative artist and mental health. However, the book also describes the relationship of the... More > creative artist to mental disturbance in various contexts, including an innovative academic treatment, personal experiential essays written by the author, excerpts related to the author’s semi-autobiographical novel, and illustrative blog excerpts from the author’s struggling actor son. The main theme of the book is that through humanistic supportive environments for creative artists, the phenomenon of the successful creative artist in the context of success in both one’s creative artistic endeavors as well as a satisfactory adjustment to day-to-day life, can be nourished and enhanced.< Less
I am not an artist - unconventional and creative photography By Nitsa
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Ideas and inspiration for everybody out there who is interested in doing something more than just pressing the shutter button. All methods and techniques shared in this book are simple and EASY to... More > do, are available for everyone and do not require any special gifts, skills or extraordinary talents. Topics in this book include: image transfer, film and scanning, textured layers, aging photos, distressing prints, cross-processing, use of Polaroids, toy and classic cameras, mixed media collages and more. Now on sale through Amazon.com ($32.00) LOOK INSIDE THIS BOOK HERE< Less
Creative Relationships: Artistic Partnerships In The Australian House Museum By Tracey Smith
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House Museums have become an increasingly popular form of museum during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and is largely due to the fact that visitors can relate to this museum given that the... More > environment is familiar. These house museums draw their significance primarily from their former occupant(s) - and usually the house is displayed in a manner that memorializes what is known as the Great Man. This book investigates the development of the ‘artist house museum’ during the nineteenth and twentieth century both internationally and in Australia. Focussing on specific Australian case-studies - the Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum, The Duldig Studio and Napier Waller House - this book argues that the particular form of house museum represented by the ‘artist’s house’ has great flexibility, which can allow for interpretative displays that challenge the traditional narrative of the ‘Great Man’ by re-introducing the artist’s partner or spouse.< Less