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Collage for the Soulby Holly Harrison
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For many people, art is at once a form of self-expression and discovery. Perhaps that's why collage—which is based on the idea of spontaneously layering images and symbols—is a favorite medium for crafters of all kinds.
For many people art is at once a form of self-expression and discovery, and collage, based on the idea of spontaneously layering images and symbols, is a perfect medium for this process. This book approaches collage by theme, with five chapters representing 20 projects.
- Offers unique ideas for using collage as a medium for self-expression and positive change<BR>- Explores the use of symbolism and archetypal images in artwork<BR>- Includes personal exercises, creativity tips, and guidance in using the latest collage techniques
About the Author
Holly Harrison is a freelance writer and editor. Her first craft book, Angel Crafts: Graceful Gifts, Inspired Designs, was published by Rockport in April 2002. She has also contributed to numerous magazines, including Metropolitan Home. She lives in Concord, Massachusetts.Paula Grasdal is a printmaker and mixed-media artist living in the Seattle area. She has contributed to several other Rockport books, including Angel Crafts: Graceful Gifts, Inspired Designs, The Crafter's Project Book, and Making Shadow Boxes and Shrines. Her work has been exhibited in galleries in the U.S. and Canada.
Holly Harrison is a freelance writer and editor who has contributed to such magazines as Metropolitan Home, George, Entertainment Weekly, and Wome's Sports and Fitness. A longtime crafter, she makes collages on boxes, mirrors, and light-switch covers using images from romance comics, old postcards, and pulp-fiction book covers. She lives in Concord, Massachusetts.
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