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Working with artists

Deborah Rawson

Working with artists

a guide for teachers.

by Deborah Rawson

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Published by Education Through Art in St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsArts Council of England.
The Physical Object
Pagination40p. :
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21302086M
ISBN 100953423417
OCLC/WorldCa50708762

  Book artists are turning a new page in expressive art and, to play further on the pun, dare their work to be judged for more than just the covers. Read ‘em and weep? Like all art, appreciating the best in book art depends on the con-text it’s taken in. Share this Article.   This work examines artists loosely using the structure of a book as a canvas to express their creativity. Usually viewed from a writer’s or illustrator’s perspective this book shows how artists are pushing the boundaries and in some cases basically throwing away the rules and redefining the expected constraints of a s:

An art agent acts as "a middle man" between the artist/illustrator and the client/end user. Art agents work for a fee. They are used by corporate business or private clients to find the best artist for the job (or the collection). They avoid clients having to deal direct with artists and they make business requirements clear for artists. When an artist in general exhibits her/his work, even when pages are held together by a ring binder the work is called an "artist's book". To be perfectly clear - their work is often an art and carries a strong message. I feel however that the part "book" should be dropped out. For me the bookness that Peter wrote about is a very strong element.

The Latvian designer-artist, working under the name Mandarin Duck, specializes in creating dragon-, animal-, bird-, fantasy-, and nature-inspired polymer journals. She occasionally takes custom orders, too. Bookbinding in the West is recorded from the 5th century onwards, although the earliest surviving book is the 8th-century St. Cuthbery Gospel. - Explore eastspartanart's board "Artist Book Ideas", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Book art, Art journal inspiration and Altered books pins.


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Although artists have illustrated the words of others for centuries, the book as art object is relatively recent, and the Smithsonian Libraries has a rich, diverse collection of artist-made books. An artists' book is a limited edition artwork that is produced by an artist or collective and that has aspects of handmade work in it.

They are signed by the artist(s) who have worked on them as well as by the Working with artists book of the text if this is relevant. Artists working with books, whether they make it their sole chosen medium or just experiment once in a while, rescue these bound volumes of art and information and fold, cut, carve, glue, assemble or otherwise transform them into amazing sculptures and installations that honor or often transcend the meaning held within the pages.

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With. The book is a medium that allows an artist’s work to be accessible to a multitude of people in different locations at any given time.

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Russian-born artist Ekaterina Panikanova, who now splits her time between her hometown of St. Petersburg and Rome, created this work using vintage books, paint, and a visionary is just one piece from her stunning Errata collection, in which she approaches the books’ pages as part canvas, part mosaic.

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