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Rice Freeman-Zachery is an artist and writer whose clothes, dolls and jewelry have been featured in shops and galleries in New Orleans, Taos, Albuquerque, Tacoma and Seattle, and whose art has been featured in Lynne Perrella's Artists' Journals & Sketchbooks and Terry Taylor's Altered Art. She writes artist profiles for Art Doll Quarterly, Belle Armoire, Legacy, Somerset Life and Somerset Studio, and her two books, Stamp Artistry (Quarry, Nov. '03) and New Techniques for Wearable Art (Quarry, Sept. '04), feature her own art and that of other mixed-media artists.
Loved the insight into various artists' creative processes. Gave me a lot to think about as far as the direction I'd like to take my own art.Published 2 months ago by Tracy L. Eau Claire
Lots of great ideas from fellow artists, beautiful pictures and well written.Published 3 months ago by bds
I will often read books outside of the business norm so I can obtain creative insights.
Living the Creative Life is an interesting exploration into finding your artistic... Read more
Rice Freeman-Zachery takes you through her own experience in the creative life experience. She also shows how a person's creativity changes and grows in their lives. Read morePublished 13 months ago by DPease
This is such an amazing little book. It is filled with ideas from artists actually making a living from their craft on how to stay focused, where to find inspiration, and other... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Nancee 123
This book is Horrible. the reviews were payed for. Search by Author for Zachary Freeman to discover the truth about this very ill indivisual.Published 15 months ago by tgk9
This is a book we may use for our fall series at our local library. We haven't chosen a book for the fall yet.Published 17 months ago by Annmarie Mooney
I love this book. I love a lot of the products I review, but this book is definitely in my top 10 (maybe even top 5) of must-have books. Period. Read morePublished on February 27, 2013 by Nicola Martina
Inspiring and full of good tips. Good concept for the book, but you will need to take the tips and grow from that starting point.Published on February 4, 2013 by Mark Anthony