You’ll Love This Mixed Media Book If:
- You love creating mixed media art
- You love hearing about the artistic process of fellow mixed media artists
- You want to discover new creativity & learn more about the mixed media community
Mixed media artists share their secrets and passions in this must-have mixed media book from Seth Apter. If you love mixed media and you love being a part of the vibrant and thriving mixed media community, you’ll love all the great content found here. 100 mixed media artists are featured here; learn about their artistic inspiration, creative processes, creativity tips and frequently asked questions. With these interesting insights into the artistic process you’ll discover your own artistic voice. You might just be surprised to find that you share frustrations with professional mixed media artists.
Artists are a curious group, learn more about how to make mixed media art by satisfying your curiosity. Get answers to your questions Find new inspiration with The Pulse of Mixed Media!
In The Pulse of Mixed Media You’ll Learn:
- About the artistic process of 100 trusted working mixed media artists
- Insights about the mixed media community through interesting polls and other great sidebars
- About 31 artists through their own completed self-portraits and other visual art pieces
Hear A Few of Our Featured Artists Answer the Question, "If Your Artwork Could Talk, What Would it Say?":
"The artistic style and works have a fluidity. The mix of objects and style can certainly be termed eclectic; however the pieces are a reflection of a life. The viewer peels through the layers and symbology in order to make sense of and to place, in context, the story the piece is intending to portray" — Judy Wilkenfeld
"To me, art doesn’t speak, it sings. I associate art with music. I can observe a piece of art and conjure up a tune for it. I tend to build art with a song or soundtrack in mind. If I had to pick one favorite lyric to define by work, I would choose ’Soul on Fire. ’" — Michelle Ward
"I have a feeling that some of the colors would scream out in protest to being covered up. If each paint color were a celebrity, they would all want their fair share of screen time. My paintings change so much that it’s hard to know what layer will be covered and which layer will end up on top." — Julie Prichard
Indulge your inner voyeur and soak up some inspiration with The Pulse of Mixed Media today!Check out this free excerpt from Pulse of Mixed Media: Read inspirational tidbits from your favorite mixed media artists and authors!