Textile Perspectives in Mixed-media Sculpture
This title celebrates the prodigious sculpture created by artists who operate on the interface of mixed-media sculpture and textile art. It reveals the inspirations, influences and creative journeys of over 30 contemporary artists and explains the practical processes and raw materials they use. sculpture and discusses elements that concern the sculptor in the 21st century. The book also offers informative technical information on creating sculpture from plastic, rubber, plaster, plaster, metal and paper.
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