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Making Art From Maps: Inspiration, Techniques, and an International Gallery of Artists (Art of) Flexibound – 1 Jul 2016
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About the Author
Jill K. Berry is an author, teacher, and artist living in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Her first book, Personal Geographies: Explorations of Mixed-Media Mapmaking, was published in 2011. She thought it would be fun to invite her sister Linden to explore the second book together, and the two developed Map Art Lab. Jill returned to books with Making Art from Maps. She makes artists' books, paintings, maps, and other storytelling structures, and her work has been publisehd in many books and magazines. She teachers her techniques worldwide.
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There is some very cool work in this book, but much of it is too technically involved for me to even consider or in media I don't care for. There is more simple work that I could do, but don't find very interesting (lots of origami stuff, journal covers, etc.). I did appreciate the clarity in which various tools and processes are laid out -- it's just that nothing really caught my fancy. On the whole, I'd say there's too much of the "gallery" work by established artists, and too little of the "DIY" element for those of us looking for that.
If the intersection of maps and art is of interest, it's worth taking a look, but this book didn't really provide me with any kick in the pants inspiration I was looking for.
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