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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Mixed media tutorials and tips

Perhaps you feel that there is no need for instruction in mixed media. It’s something that just comes naturally to you. Or on the other hand, maybe you’re just beginning to explore assemblage, altered books and other constructions, and you need a gentle nudge to get you going.

Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned professional, there are instructions and projects in the links below that will challenge you to move beyond what you are currently doing. I guarantee it!

Suze Weinberg’s Tutorials
Her tagline is “Schmooze with Suze”, and her instructions are clear and friendly.

USArtQuest
Wonderful ideas and tips from collage artist Susan Pickering Rothamel.

International Society of Altered Book Artists
Online classes available to members of ISABA.

Mini-Books, Flaps, and Folders
Links to sites that provide how-tos on constructing handmade.

HeartsArt Tool Box
Some of the master artists from HeartsArt radio show provide information on mixed media techniques.

Ann Baldwin’s Techniques
Very generous information by a fabulous artist.

Encyclopedia of Symbols
Can be searched by words or graphics.

Art-E-Zine
Dozens and dozens of inspiring pictures and instructions.




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4 comments:

*jean* said...

how very nice of you to gather these helpful places!! another that i like is esbq...you can find it in my blogroll if you come to visit...sorry i can't give you the info here right now....my brain is like a sieve...

:o)

Cyndi L said...

Thank you, Jean...that's a terrific idea to add. I found the link:
http://www.ebsqart.com/

quilt art said...

Thanks for the help and for all of the sites you've listed. My grandma is really into all kinds of different arts especially quilt art and fibre art. I'm so impressed with the things that some people can create. I wish i was more creative and artistic.

Cyndi L said...

And you don't call the pieces on your site "creative and artistic"? I sure do :-)

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