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Spark the Creative Flame: Making the Journey from Craft to Art (Anglais) Relié – 1 décembre 2013

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Spark the Creative Flame is a resource that strives to inform, inspire, and motivate all who work in craft and wish to improve the creative expression of their work. While the book features flameworked glass and artisans who do this work, the insights and recommendations presented transcend material and speak to broader issues relevant to all creative craftspeople. The book is made up of three parts. The first consists of three essays by scholar-artists that consider the recent history of craft; the relationships among craft, design, and art; and the many facets of beauty. Section two presents a retrospective on the 50-year career of internationally acclaimed artist Paul J. Stankard. The third provides overviews of the careers of twelve contemporary glass artists. Collectively, the reader is presented with insightful perspectives on the aspirations, strategies, challenges, and accomplishments of a representative sample of internationally respected flameworking artists.

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Great Overview of Flameworked Glass 24 juillet 2014
Par Pickledkitty - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Well written overview of the history and important players in melting glass to create Art with an emphasis on lampwork/ flamework/ torchworked glass (they are all the same thing). Paul goes over a working day in the life of a succesful Artist and how it is imperitive to fail when creating Art. Without failure there is no learning, and success as an artist comes from a dedicated time schedule just like a 9-5 job. Even more than a 9-5, once you are done for the day, you come home to research the history of the medium, brain storm new ideas, and learn about what others in your field are up to. He also offers an "Overview of the last 50+ years of Glass Art" class via conference calls, where he invites many of the artists from his book to speak with the students. It was an amazing class and an amazing opportunity to speak with fellow glass artists with many years under their belts. There are no tutorials on how to make this or that glass item in this book, but if you are interested in flamework, or do it yourself, you will not regret the learning to be had from this book.
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Inspirational & Informative 15 mars 2014
Par Michael - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Art occurs when something common becomes singular. This book delves into the process on how these particular artists broke through the obstacles of complacency and presented their vision of beauty in the medium of glass. Along the way, the author is always encouraging, while also forewarning that the process is not easy, especially so when it comes to glass. Overtime you can learn the skill sets; which are considerable. But to make something beautiful, you have to know what beauty is...This is Paul Stankard's gospel and it tough to argue against someone who has truly walked the walk.
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Wonderful book 17 février 2014
Par R. Stein - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I love this book, Paul is a real living master, and was so nice to autograph it for me! This book is well written, and the artists included here are all so talented, top of their field. The photos that accompany the writing are beautiful and inspiring. I would recommend for anyone that is a flameworker or just loves glass art.
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becoming an artist 10 février 2014
Par Deb Tarry - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is a great book of some well known and successful people who share their struggles in their lives in becoming and being an artist.
Universal Primer for Modern Craft 4 février 2015
Par Dick Kelly - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am a woodturner and carver. I appreciate Paul’s role as a teacher, as well as a master of his craft. I have Paul’s Spark the Creative Flame – Making the Journey from Craft to Art and I’m trying to memorize the commissioned essays by Bruce Metcalf and Burton Wasserman. Paul’s personal story and all the other well selected material makes this book a universal primer for any maker dedicated to modern craft, whatever the medium.
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