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Exhibition 36

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Within the pages of Exhibition 36, the reader enters a virtual art exhibit featuring 36 mixed-media artists whose collage, digital, assemblage, altered and repurposed art adorn the walls and pedestals of the gallery.The artists are 'present' with the reader, available to talk about their work and share their techniques and creative processes. The reader attends presentations by well-know artists such as Jonathan Talbot, listen in on a question-and-answer sessions with popular crafters such as Claudine Hellmuth, and peek in on demos by mixed-media authors and artists such as Suzanne Simanaitis.Before heading out the door, the reader will receive a gift for attending: collage sheets containing donated imagery from the artists themselves for use in the reader's own art. About the Author: A self-taught mixed-media artist, Susan Tuttle creates collage and assemblage pieces from found imagery and recycled obj ects. She has a website (www.ilkasattic.com) and a blog (www.ilkasattic.blogspot.com).
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Within the pages of Exhibition 36, the reader enters a virtual art exhibit featuring 36 mixed-media artists whose collage, digital, assemblage, altered and repurposed art adorn the walls and pedestals of the gallery.The artists are 'present' with the reader, available to talk about their work and share their techniques and creative processes. The reader attends presentations by well-know artists such as Jonathan Talbot, listen in on a question-and-answer sessions with popular crafters such as Claudine Hellmuth, and peek in on demos by mixed-media authors and artists such as Suzanne Simanaitis.Before heading out the door, the reader will receive a gift for attending: collage sheets containing donated imagery from the artists themselves for use in the reader's own art. About the Author: A self-taught mixed-media artist, Susan Tuttle creates collage and assemblage pieces from found imagery and recycled obj ects. She has a website (www.ilkasattic.com) and a blog (www.ilkasattic.blogspot.com).
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ISBN-10 1600611044
ISBN-13 9781600611049
Number of Pages 159
Author SUSAN TUTTLE
Publisher North Light Books
Book Year 2008
Theme Altered Art
Supplier Code 9781600611049
GTIN 9781600611049
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