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Plaster Studio: Mixed-Media Techniques for Painting, Casting and Carving (edition 2011)

by Stephanie Lee, Judy Wise, Tonia Davenport (Editor)

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Title:Plaster Studio: Mixed-Media Techniques for Painting, Casting and Carving
Authors:Stephanie Lee
Other authors:Judy Wise, Tonia Davenport (Editor)
Info:North Light Books (2011), Paperback, 128 pages
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Plaster Studio: Mixed-Media Techniques for Painting, Casting and Carving by Stephanie Lee

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Mixed-media artists will be very excited to see a new world of possibilities open up to them - those of working with plaster to create a wide variety of finished works of art. Each of the 25 projects in this title introduces the reader to a new way of incorporating plaster into their work, from the creation of a faux fresco painting, to a stenciled look and from cast-object assemblage to a book with plastered pages. As with any book authored by two artists, the reader receives extra inspiration by seeing how Stephanie and Judy approach plaster in their own way to achieve different results.… (more)

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