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Art Quilts, Vol. 2: Major Works by Leading Artists (Masters)by Ray Hemachandra
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This inspirational and simply gorgeous book of photographs presents the work of 40 of the most creative and talented art quilters in the world. It features approximately a dozen quilts for each artist, sumptuously spread over ten pages; the book is 414 pages in all. The pieces showcase the leading techniques in contemporary quilting and present an array of themes, including portraits, nature, abstraction, realism, and political commentary. Commentary is provided by renowned curator Martha Sielman, executive director of Studio Art Quilt Associates.
Fully international in scope, the book includes quilters from the United States, Canada, France, Russia, Switzerland, South Africa, Italy, England, Australia, the Netherlands, South Korea, Norway, Israel, and Japan. This vibrant follow-up to the hugely successful Masters: Art Quilts stands all on its own as an essential keepsake volume to be treasured or with the first book as an irreplaceable set for a lifetime.
A stunning follow-up to the hugely successful Masters: Art Quilts--once again selected and with commentary by the renowned curator Martha Sielman!
As in the first book, this inspirational addition to the series presents 40 of most creative, cutting-edge art quilters working today. Fully international in scope, it features approximately a dozen quilts for each artist, sumptuously spread over ten pages. The pieces showcase the leading techniques, trends, and themes in contemporary quilting, along with a wealth of themes, including portraiture, nature, abstraction, realism, and political commentary.
About the Author
About the Curator: Martha Sielman is the executive director of Studio Art Quilt Associates, the nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing art quilting. She is the curator of Masters: Art Quilts, Volume 1, and she has written for The Crafts Report and SAQA Journal and appeared on the HGTV show Simply Quilts. Her pieces have been featured in American Craft and on the cover of Art Calendar. She lives in Storrs, Connecticut.
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