Wabi-Sabi Art Workshop: Mixed Media Techniques For Embracing Imperfection And Celebrating Happy Accidents Paperback – 17 May 2013
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About the Author
Serena Barton is a mixed media artist and leads creativity and art workshops and group and individual art coaching at her studio in Portland, Oregon and at art retreats. Her greatest joy comes from providing an atmosphere in which her students can discover or rekindle their creative passions. Visit Serena's website, www.serenabarton.com to learn more.
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Could be a useful book for someone new to art as it has step by step guides to creating works, some rather good, some abysmal (such as old buttons and dolls stuck to canvases). Happy accidents indeed.
The illustrations are inspirational and at the same time the book is a comprehensive 'how to' manual for both the beginner and the experienced artist who wishes to branch out into other methods of experimentation.
I found the book interesting but very samey none of the projects grabbed and for a concept that is supposed to be spontaneous they seem very involved
I really don't like colour palette used either
All in all I learned a few things but I'm not sure ill be trying any of the projects in the book
Also it's as big preachy and spiritual for me , I think I would have enjoyed it more if it had been as bit lighter
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Its a nice book but I'm not sure how Wabi-Sabi it is? I'd need to study it and the meaning of WS further.Published 14 months ago by deejmedia
This book is interesting, but quite difficult to work with, because it keeps closing when working though a technique. Having said that have had some interesting results.Published 17 months ago by Mrs S L Cranwell