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Creative Paint Workshop for Mixed-Media Artists: Experimental Techniques for Composition, Layering, Texture, Imagery, and Encausticby Ann Baldwin
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Whether you have formal training in painting or no experience at all, this new in paperback workshop-style book is the perfect guide for any artist interested in integrating the medium of paint into other types of artwork such as surface design, mixed media, collage, altered art, or art journaling. Creative Paint Workshop for Mixed-Media Artists explores a wide variety of innovative and experimental paint techniques that can add stunning visual impact and texture to many types of work.
—Develop your sense of composition and learn new approaches to abstract design.
—Experiment with texture effects, collage, inclusions, and encaustic.
—Learn how to use the latest new products to achieve magical effects.
—See how to use digital imagery, including how to do transfers with wax.
—Be inspired by the work of a wide variety of cutting edge, mixed-media artists and experimental painters.
A workshop-style book, oriented to the wide community of crafters and artists including those interested in paint, surface design, mixed media, and collage, which explores a wide variety of innovative and experimental paint techniques. Chapters cover composition, abstraction, texture, layering, using found objects, encaustic, integrating text, and adding digital imagery.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Getting Started
Chapter 2: How to Compose
Chapter 3: Approaches to Abstract Design
Chapter 4: Experiments in Texture
Chapter 5: Layering Paint and Found Images
Chapter 6: Combining Words and Paint
Chapter 7: Working with Encaustic Materials
Chapter 8: Using Digital Photographs in Mixed-Media Paintings
Chapter 9: Gallery of Special Projects
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