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Dorothy Simpson Krause is a book artist, painter, collage-maker and printmaker who has combined traditional media with digital applications since the late 1960's. She is a Professor Emeritus at the Massachusetts College of Art, where she founded the Computer Arts Center. Dorothy is co-author of Digital Art Studio: Techniques for Combining Inkjet Printing with Traditional Art Materials.
Packed with practical info but it could have used some more illustrations to demonstrate some methods to beginners. Overall, very useful.Published 4 months ago by Annie
This book is more about an individual artist's book Than about methods and techniquesPublished 7 months ago by Ada P. Cruz
gerat book if you're crafty. i found it very nice to have a book to help me brainstorm on how i wanted to create, but i also found that i didnt need it as a study guide to follow... Read morePublished 9 months ago by L. Leach
I am very interested in having a group of people learn how to
write about an experience and then put it in book form, using
First glance through, I was not impressed. When I had more time, closer inspection made me happy I had added it to my library. There are a lot of ideas in this book. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Tamar Myhrum