- Paperback: 160 pages
- Publisher: North Light Books; Original edition (December 15, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1600611044
- ISBN-13: 978-1600611049
- Product Dimensions: 8 x 0.6 x 10 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 53 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,311,601 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Exhibition 36: Mixed Media Demonstrations + Explorations Paperback – December 15, 2008
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review by Jenny Doh, founder of Crescendoh.com and former editor-in-chief of Somerset Studio: tinyurl.com/24vlqxs
About the Author
Susan Tuttle is the author of Digital Expressions (North Light Books, 2010), a self-taught artist and photographer, and an online digital art and photography instructor who resides in a small, rural town in the state of Maine. In addition to authoring her own books, she is a contributor in various North Light publications like Jenny Doh's Art Saves and Liz Lamoreux's Inner Excavation. Susan has appeared in numerous issues of Stampington & Company publications, including Somerset Studio. You can visit her website at ilkasattic.com and her blog at ilkasattic.blogspot.com
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Thank you Susan, for what I'm sure were endless hours of devotion to spearhead this amazing little treasure!
It's visually stunning, and truly a delight just to page through! However, the real value lies within the words, the techniques and often very personal glimpses into these artists' lives, and creative processes. The diversity of styles, voices, and mediums presented here is extensive... genuinely offering that proverbial something for everyone.
Artists at any level will find themselves inspired to try a new project, or look at something they may have already done, with a new viewpoint. There are tips and insights into overcoming artists block, dealing with the dreaded white canvas, interviews and oh-so-much more. Assemblage, Mixed-media, Art Dolls, Digital Art, Challenges, journaling, jewelry, photography, creative exercises and a plethora of other artistic goodness lies between these covers.
Know the feeling you get after an evening with a close friend, who reveals just a bit of themselves you didn't see before? Exhibition 36 leaves me with that same inspired, touching feeling. Susan gathered an amazing array of creative souls, and so many of them allowed us a peek into their creative genius - priceless.
This is a must have book; it's on my shortlist of mixed-media gems.
The layout of the book truly has the feel of having the pleasure of being given a private and personal, one of a kind art tour. Susan has pulled together the talents and gifts from so many amazing artists and writers. The techniques shared within it's pages offer a delightful range and goes beyond being the 'typical' how to book. The artists offer many different insights that add a level of energy and excitement to this book. There is something for everyone here.
Excellent on every level. A book to be savored and absorbed.
From dolls to digital. From frilly and pink to gutsy and grungy. Using paper, metal, fabric, canvas, photos, beads, found objects, paraffin wax, newspaper... from inspirations to competed projects, the artists reaching out to you from these pages will have you walking away from this compendium (if you can walk away from it - you might just carry it around with you for several days) with the need to rush to your art table and start your next masterpiece.
It is a must-have book and is definitely a keeper - one that will bring pleasure and inspiration to the reader time and time again.
Nanette L. Jones
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