Alternative Art Surfaces: Mixed-Media Techniques for by Sandra Duran Wilson

By Sandra Duran Wilson

Mixed-media powerhouse duo Darlene Olivia McElroy and Sandra Duran Wilson, authors of the best-selling books snapshot move Workshop, floor remedy Workshop and combined Media Revolution, blaze new inventive territory with greater than a hundred innovations for engaged on greater than 35 special surfaces during this, their jam-packed fourth book!

You'll locate whatever new and interesting on each page:
More than 35 replacement surfaces, together with galvanized tin, mica, rawhide, nylon, unsanded grout, slate, spray foam and more
More than a hundred recommendations for portray, sculpting, growing textures, encasing, carving, printing, moving and more
More than a hundred twenty five counsel for troubleshooting, getting ready your surfaces, completing and mounting your paintings, and taking your paintings to the following level
More than 50 inspiring entire items of artwork showcasing the surfaces and strategies

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There is no trace of New Haven’s future expansion onto the meadowlands flanking the Mill River. 36 | New Haven’s Sentinels Landscape Painting in the Nineteeth Century | 37 20. John F. Weir (1841–1926), New Haven from East Rock, 1901. The New Haven Museum & Historical Society. The many smoke stacks in this painting show the degree to which New Haven had become industrialized in the late nineteenth century. East Rock and its park remained an oasis, connected to the town by a bridge across the Mill River.

New Haven Museum & Historical Society. This engraving is the earliest landscape that focuses solely on West Rock. Three farms represent the future village site of Westville. The rocks in the foreground are puzzling and it is possible that the print actually represents East Rock as seen from Snake Rock. 14 | New Haven’s Sentinels 8. John W. Barber (1798–1885), A Southeast View of New Haven from the East Shore. (John W. ) Barber’s print shows the extent of New Haven’s harbor with West Rock (b) rising behind its church spires, and East Rock (c) on its eastern margin.

This sketch map shows the distribution and extent of the Early Jurassic (~200 million year old) intrusive diabase bodies of East Rock and West Rock sensu lato (in orange) and contemporary lava flows of the Metacomet Ridge complex (in red). Of special interest is the S-shaped pattern of the intrusive units.

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