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Description de "Quilting Art: Inspiration, Ideas & Innovative Works from 20 Contemporary Quilters"

Quilting is a craft, rich with tradition and homespun, practical applications.  But it’s also an art--which, with needle, thread, fabric, and an idea, can give us a new way of looking at, and wrapping ourselves in, the world.  This book profiles twenty American practitioners of that art, quilters whose fascinating, innovative work takes the craft one step further and makes it into something new.  These remarkable quilters describe their inspiration and methods and show us several examples of their best work.  Among them are Jeanne Williamson, a celebrated mixed-media journal quilter; Pam Rubert, whose large-scale quilts showcase her humor; Loretta Bennett, the youngest of the beloved Gee's Bend quilters; Boo Davis, a hip crafter who pieces together quilts with heavy-metal themes; Susan Else, who constructs whimsical quilted sculptures; Ai Kijima, a Brooklyn-based artist influenced by Japanese anime; and Jane Burch Cochran, whose folk-art quilts feature thousands of beads and buttons.   Through personal conversations with the quilters, author Spike Gillespie gives us an inside, in-depth look at what inspires each, what methods they use, and how their art has evolved.  Along with these close-up views of the quilter’s studio and process, each profile features firsthand tips and inspirational advice.  Quilting Art serves as an idea book for quilters, as well as a gorgeous representation of the quilter’s art.

Détails sur le produit

  • Reliure : Hardcover
  • 160  pages
  • Dimensions :  2.0cmx23.9cmx27.7cm
  • Poids : 1043.3g
  • Editeur :   Voyageur Press Paru le
  • ISBN :  0760335265
  • EAN13 :  9780760335260
  • Classe Dewey :  746.46
  • Langue : Anglais

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Quilting is a craft, rich with tradition and homespun, practical applications.  But it’s also an art--which, with needle, thread, fabric, and an idea, can give us a new way of looking at, and wrapping ourselves in, the world.  This book profiles twenty American practitioners of that art, quilters whose fascinating, innovative work takes the craft one step further and makes it into something new.  These remarkable quilters describe their inspiration and methods and show us several examples of their best work.  Among them are Jeanne Williamson, a celebrated mixed-media journal quilter; Pam Rubert, whose large-scale quilts showcase her humor; Loretta Bennett, the youngest of the beloved Gee's Bend quilters; Boo Davis, a hip crafter who pieces together quilts with heavy-metal themes; Susan Else, who constructs whimsical quilted sculptures; Ai Kijima, a Brooklyn-based artist influenced by Japanese anime; and Jane Burch Cochran, whose folk-art quilts feature thousands of beads and buttons.   Through personal conversations with the quilters, author Spike Gillespie gives us an inside, in-depth look at what inspires each, what methods they use, and how their art has evolved.  Along with these close-up views of the quilter’s studio and process, each profile features firsthand tips and inspirational advice.  Quilting Art serves as an idea book for quilters, as well as a gorgeous representation of the quilter’s art.