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Star, Branch, Spiral, Fan: Learn to Draw from Nature's Perfect Design Structures Flexibound – February 1, 2017
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Yellena James Yellena James is an artist and illustrator who lives and works in Portland, Oregon. James' work explores the intricate and delicate forms of an imagined ecosystem, inventing flora and fauna that twist and float together in a magical dreamscape. Preferring pens, watercolors, and acrylics, she combines colorful arrangements of animate shapes and tangled lines that are at once floral and alien, organic and sci-fi. Each piece she creates is a glimpse into an intimate world that possesses its own ethos and radiates its own emotional range.
James has participated in shows around the United States and overseas, including solo exhibitions at Giant Robot (San Francisco and Los Angeles), the Here Gallery (Bristol, UK), the Hijinks Gallery (San Francisco), LeQuiVive Gallery (Oakland, CA), and more. She also has done illustration work for Anthropologie, La Mer, Crabtree and Evelyn, Crate and Barrel, Relativity Media, and many others.
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Or "Art Forms in Nature" but in a scaled down, really cool sort of way. I love it. Part Botanical, Part Zoological, Part Zentangle, Part Doodle, All Creative Fun!
All the instruction is useful and easy to follow. All of the pages are beautiful. The only complaint, as such, is once again, with the pages were I am supposed to practice on them. Practical me likes to not pay for empty pages, creative me enjoys drawing in the art instruction books!
Also, I can't help but brag that the artists lives in my area, and I am proud of the cool books I've been getting from local PDX artists and authors lately, like Botanical Line Drawing, for example.