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5 edition of Making Art Safely found in the catalog.

Making Art Safely

Alternative Methods and Materials in Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Graphic Design, and Photography

by Merle Spandorfer

  • 230 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Wiley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History Of Art / Art & Design Styles,
  • Social research & statistics,
  • Toxicology (non-medical),
  • Social Science,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Art,
  • Industrial Health & Safety,
  • Reference,
  • Technology / Industrial Health & Safety,
  • Methodology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages255
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9520201M
    ISBN 100471287288
    ISBN 109780471287285
    OCLC/WorldCa50502233

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Don Messec Thinking about adding a fall trip here. May need one by then. This destination workshop brings together shooting in and around Joshua Tree with making on location platinum palladium prints. Making Art Safely is a master guidebook and unique visual reference for avoiding physical risk in your studio or workplace, without sacrificing the quality of your art.

This incomparable guide first identifies chemical and physical hazards currently found in art, design, printmaking, and photographic studios, 5/5(2). Making art safely Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English.

Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on July 9, SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages:   In today’s crafty Make: Video, Corinne Leigh shows you how to create a simple hand-bound book for making art in, using as a scrapbook, a journal, whatever.

She uses multicolored paper, stickers, and stencils, but Making Art Safely book could just as easily bind up graph paper and create a project notebook.

Four years later her book, Making Art Special - A Curriculum for Special Education Art, was published. Two years later, a second edition of her book was made available with larger images, and now in the book is available as an eBook on Kindle.

Her work has been published in School Arts Magazine and Teaching Tolerance Magazine/5(18). How to Make a Secret Book Safe 1. Buy a Book.

Head to your local used bookstore and pick one up. Gather Your Supplies. You’ll need: 3. Mark off a few pages in the front. You don’t want to start carving out 4. Wrap the cover with plastic. Give as a gift with a large purchase of your work. If the art purchased is in the book, this will be a matter of pride for the new owner.

Sell your books. Many collectors who cannot afford to make a purchase may enjoy owning a coffee table book of your art.

They can own a little piece of your creativity, while aspiring to own an original. Making Art a Practice is the latest book to be removed from my bedside. Unfortunately, it is one of those books I now have to place on my wish list to have my own copy.

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Mix a solution of white glue and water. Make the consistency just enough for the glue to be runny, and more easily absorbed by the edge of the book's pages. 50% to 70% glue (30% to 50% water) or half a 35mm film canister full usually works well but use your judgment, given the thickness and size of the book%().

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The Making Art Workshop is a superior workshop experience. The instructors are awesome, the faciliti es are very good, and the extras such as the location are great. Don has made this program better and better every year/5(4). Rotate the book and cut through the next side of the niche - just a few pages.

repeat until you can remove the first few pages of the book. Repeat making slow, careful cuts until you have removed.

Folded Page Art means that you take a book - preferably one you don't mean to read again - and fold each page in the same way. The result is a 3 dimensional sculpture, the exact shape of which will depend on the type of fold that you have : Robin Mansur.

Making Art Safely Workshops. 1K likes. This idea of coming together to make something for the future is at the bedrock of MakingArtSafely/5(4). If the book is part of a series, the size and format may be predetermined; conversely, some projects may cry out for the invention of a wholly unique format.

I asked book designer Susan Marsh, with whom I have worked on several books, how her approach to the fine art catalogue compares to designing other print work.

An overall view of art hazards, artist hazards, paint hazards, art materials safety with lists of dos and donts, labeling, good practices, recommended books, safe art materials for children, protective gloves, masks, respirators, and safety related website links pertaining to painting safety and painting hazards.

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