Folk Carving With Shane Campbell
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|Author||: Shane Campbell|
|Publsiher||: Schiffer Craft|
|Total Pages||: 0|
|Genre||: Crafts & Hobbies|
Download Folk Carving with Shane Campbell Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Go step-by-step through the process of carving an articulated angel named Ruby and a whirligig figure named Angelene. Project patterns and over 260 color photographs accompany the straightforward directions. There are also instructions for both painting folk figures and for aging them using a method that is delightfully simple and effective. A color gallery rounds out the book and provides examples of additional folk figures sure to provide every reader with new ideas.
|Author||: Kristin G. Congdon,Kara Kelley Hallmark|
|Publsiher||: Bloomsbury Publishing USA|
|Total Pages||: 789|
Download American Folk Art 2 volumes Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Folk art is as varied as it is indicative of person and place, informed by innovation and grounded in cultural context. The variety and versatility of 300 American folk artists is captured in this collection of informative and thoroughly engaging essays. American Folk Art: A Regional Reference offers a collection of fascinating essays on the life and work of 300 individual artists. Some of the men and women profiled in these two volumes are well known, while others are important practitioners who have yet to receive the notice they merit. Because many of the artists in both categories have a clear identity with their land and culture, the work is organized by geographical region and includes an essay on each region to help make connections visible. There is also an introductory essay on U.S. folk art as a whole. Those writing about folk art to date tend to view each artist as either traditional or innovative. One of the major contributions of this work is that it demonstrates that folk artists more often exhibit both traits; they are grounded in their cultural context and creative in the way they make work their own. Such insights expand the study of folk art even as they readjust readers' understanding of who folk artists are.
|Author||: Betty-Carol Sellen|
|Total Pages||: 318|
Download Self Taught Outsider and Folk Art Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Much has changed in the world of self-taught art since the millennium. Many of the recognized "masters" have died and new artists have emerged. Many galleries have closed but few new ones have opened, as artists and dealers increasingly sell through websites and social media. The growth and popularity of auction houses have altered the relationship between artists and collectors. In its third edition, this book provides updated information on artists, galleries, museums, auctions, organizations and publications for both experienced and aspiring collectors of self-taught, outsider and folk art. Gallery and museum entries are organized geographically and alphabetically by state and city.