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Creating with Paint: New Ways, New Materialsby Sherrill Kahn
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Whether you consider yourself a crafter or an artist, a beginner or a seasoned pro, you can use these techniques to create beautiful, sophisticated art without the expensive supplies-and there's practically no need for a paintbrush Learn each innovative technique with eight step-by-step projects, including a vest, journal, wall hanging, wood frame, and metal basket. Find easy-to-follow lessons on painting, sponging, and rubber stamping; using crayons, brayers, and resists. Discover how to use these simple methods on fabric, paper, wood, glass, ceramic, or metal.
A sponge, a stamp — a credit card? Using the most common, easy-to-find materials, crafters and artists of all media can use these pioneering painting techniques to create beautiful, sophisticated art without the expensive supplies. This beautiful, richly photographed book will inspire anyone yearning to play with paint — and there's practically no need for a paintbrush!
-- Eight projects introduce a range of innovative techniques, such as painting, sponging, rubber stamping, using resists, and printmaking without a press
-- Fun step-by-step format invites readers to use these simple painting and printmaking methods on paper, fabric, wood, clay, ceramic, walls, or any other surface
-- Sherill Kahn's distinctive designs evoke a mystical, ethnic look — now a hugely popular style.
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