Wabi-Sabi Art Style: Introduction and Inspiration

Explore the wabi-sabi style of art while creating representation and abstract art. Discover the origins of wabi-sabi and learn how to incorporate the unique art style into your life.

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You will love Wabi-Sabi Art Style: Introduction and Inspiration if:

  • You are interested in exploring a different style of art
  • You are wanting to explore wabi-sabi in collage, landscape, abstract and representational art
  • You want to explore new mediums like alcohol inks and re-inkers

Learn to look for wabi-sabi all around you. Take a walk with artist Serena Barton and explore the wabi-sabi in everyday life. Watch Serena create landscape artwork from using paint, alcohol inks, re-inkers and more. Discover ways to finish the paintings with a distressed look using coffee or add some flare with gold leaf. In addition, watch Serena explore the wabi-sabi style in collage. Use natural fibers, sewing patterns, cheese cloth and ink pads for creative and expressive artwork.

In Wabi-Sabi Art Style: Introduction and Inspiration you will find:

  • 70 minutes of quality, expert instruction
  • Step-by-step guidance to wabi-sabi style of art
  • Bonus art instruction feature for encaustic and surface techniques

About Serena Barton

Serena Barton’s greatest joy is to provide an atmosphere in which YOU can discover or rekindle your creative passions and abilities. She is the author of Wabi-Sabi Art Workshop, and teaches at workshops and retreats throughout North America.

SKU: T0209-T0210-GROUPED

File/Trim Size: 622.4 MB

File Type: MP4

ISBN 13: 9781440334924

Runtime: 70 minutes

Customer Reviews

wabi sabi Review by Malinda-Ro
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Recently purchased this DVD after discovering how wabi-sabi most of my photographs are. I had not heard of this concept before but it fitted so well with my photographic work, finding the beauty in the cracks and crevices of nature and man made things. The weathering, rusting and aging of things. I see this as a metaphor of my life.
It was interesting to see this incorporated in the creation of an art work but I felt it could have been explored much more with less technique explanation as there are plenty of resources for that aspect.
Perhaps I was looking in the wrong place for a more philosophical emphasis instead of the brief intro and a few mentions along the way.
Still worth the look, but living in Australia I'm not sure it was worth the postage. Wish it had been a downloadable product.

(Posted on 4/20/14)