Title: 1000 Artisan Textiles: Contemporary Fiber ...
Publisher: Quarry Books, Beverly, MA
Publication Date: 2010
Book Condition: Fine
Pictorial soft covers. Rounded spine. Content is crisp, clean, no markings. Does not appear to have been used. End papers looks like textile. Beautiful photographs. Includes: Content, Resources, Guilds/Organizations, Image Directory, Artist Directory. 320 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 031621
This stunning gallery-style volume includes some of the finest examples of contemporary textiles and fiber art being made today. The collection includes wearable art and couture, fashion accessories, soft furnishings and vessels, tapestries, display art, and quilts. A wide variety of techniques are featured, including hand and machine embroidery, decorative stitching, batik, dyeing, fabric painting, appliqué, felt, weaving, and all types of surface decoration. Full-color photography features both full views as well as close-ups that will allow readers to appreciate the finer details of many works.
About the Author: An author of various books on art techniques, home decor, and crafts, Sandra Salamony makes a living as an art director, designer, and artist in Traverse City, Michigan. Her projects and designs have been featured in magazines, books, and on television.Gina M. Brown is an architect and textile artist living in the Traverse City, Michigan area.
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