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“Perfectly blending simplicity and complexity, her artwork is quite stunning and has really motivated me to want to use some of her techniques.” —The Altered Page
The Japanese wabi-sabi philosophy of art is a style that finds inspiration and beauty in the imperfect, impermanent and humble nature of everyday objects. With Wabi-Sabi Art Workshop, you’ll learn to use your appreciation for these simple things in life as your inspiration for making expressive, intuitive art. You will come to embrace imperfection and recognize that, yes, in fact, there is such a thing as a happy accident!
Inside Wabi-Sabi Art Workshop you’ll find:
Dozens of inspiration images and tips for taking your own photos27 traditional haikus35 techniques using such diverse media as oil and acrylic paints, alcohol inkers, foils and leaf, pastels, plaster, collage and handmade papers, teabags, paper towels, coffee, crayons, encaustic paints, fibers and moreLots of Wabi-Sabi Wisdom—tips and troubleshooting70 big, beautiful finished pieces of art illustrating featured techniquesLinks to online bonus content—step-by-step demonstrations illustrating six additional techniques
Add Wabi-Sabi Art Workshop to your library and expand your artistic horizons today!
“Directions are simple and to the point . . . an enjoyable read. (I know I’ll be pulling it out for rainy day Sundays, just to savor the text and enjoy the illustrations).” —Life Imitates Doodles