PREVIEW GUIDE - ISSUE 4

Preview of Issue 4 – Summer 2007
RELEASE DATE:  July 1, 2007

Viewing Guide
Total Viewing Time: 1 hour and 50 minutes
Archives of other issues

Issue 1 - Fall 2006
Issue 2 - Winter 2007
Issue 3 - Spring 2007
Issue 5 - Fall 2007
Issue 6 - Winter 2008
Issue 7 - Spring 2008
Issue 8 - Summer 2008
Issue 9 - Fall 2008



Video Clips

Featured Artist, Susan Lewis Storey uses digital collage as well as quilting techniques to create her art quilts.  She shares her journey to becoming an artist and how the canvas is a mirror that she pours herself upon.

Explore the art gallery with solo shows by Paper Collage Artist, Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson; Fine Art Photographer, Francesca Signorelli; and Oil Painter, Sandra Bottinelli.

INDIE ARTS takes you to Austin Texas for an On-Location visit with Ken & Donna Malson, who talk about their creative lifestyle. Art Quilt Artist Janet Ghio shares the story of how she started her career as an artist and her creative process. Mixed Media artist Mai-Liis Peacock talks about how she creates her beautiful art dolls and unique shrines using her intuitive creativity. Assemblage Artist Al Zirkel discusses how architecture, mythology and natural elements influence his artwork.

Also featured in this issue is the second part in a series called:  Getting Published:  From A to Zine, with the spotlight on book publishing with Designer and Author Sherri Haab who has published 20 craft books.

A technique demo with Mixed Media Artist, Beckah Krahula will inspire you to try your hand at repousse (metal embossing) using pewter-coated tin. 

Author and Mixed Media Mosaic Artist, Laurie Mika gives us a studio tour and talks about the sources of inspiration for her colorful and stunning mosaics.  She also discusses her experiences in becoming a published author.  Get a special tour of a ceramic studio where artists are collaborating in making art dolls.


 

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