Monday, May 24, 2010

And Now The Book!

It's here! My new book, Encaustic With a Textile Sensibility. It is complete with a wonderful foreward by Joanne Mattera. It's a curated gallery show in book form, featuring the work of 23 artists working in encaustic with a textile sensibility. Designed by award winning art director/Designer, Carol Inez Charney– Encaustic With a Textile Sensibility is a museum quality book produced in gorgeous full color. So far the comments have been delicious. If you are attending the Encaustic Conference at Montserrat College June 11-15, I'll have copies there, and be giving a presentation and having book signing. If you are attending any of my upcoming workshops, in Seattle, Anderson Ranch or Park City I'll have books there. If not, you can purchase your copies here!

6 comments:

barb cabot said...

Oh what a wonder you are! Congrats big time. I'm so happy for you.

visualhistoryproject said...

Is the book the same as the video, just ordered the book and then wondered if there would be more "how to" in the video...wanting to know how textile sensibilities are integrated with encaustic...so which would be better...Thanks!

Sarade said...

Congratulations! Such an accomplishment!

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Kelly Marszycki said...

congratulations on the book! have your DVD and love it! planning my first foray into encaustics soon!

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