The Pulse of Mixed Media: Secrets and Passions of 100

The Pulse of Mixed Media: Secrets and Passions of 100 Artists Revealed ❮Download❯ ➺ The Pulse of Mixed Media: Secrets and Passions of 100 Artists Revealed ✤ Author Seth Apter – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Listen closelycan you hear it Can you hear the voices Thoughts, insights, confessions from the creative community sharing ideas, trading secrets, venting frustrations asking and answering questions su Listen closelycan you hear of Mixed MOBI õ it Can you hear the voices Thoughts, insights, confessions from the creative The Pulse PDF/EPUB or community sharing ideas, trading secrets, venting frustrations asking and answering questions such as, What color rarely shows Pulse of Mixed PDF º up in your work or How do you express vulnerability in you art Or What is one current trend that you wish would go away As artists, we are curious by nature and there is a longing to see inside the hearts and minds of artistic souls of our own kind That is the beat of our lives the Pulse of Mixed Media In this book a complex survey of artists around the globe there is much for you to discover Visual insights Many questions are answered not only in words, but often through visual art, and include self portraits fromspotlight artists such as Pam Carriker, Danny Gregory and Judy WiseA diverse sampling of provocative questions Overartists share their thoughts on everything from color, media and tools, to emotions, secrets and self revelationsInsightful sidebar statistics Data from thousands of participants collected through polls on the author s blog reveal a remarkable analysis of the creative community at largeIndulge your inner voyeur and soak up some inspiration with The Pulse of Mixed Media today.


10 thoughts on “The Pulse of Mixed Media: Secrets and Passions of 100 Artists Revealed

  1. Melissa Jeanette Melissa Jeanette says:

    It was interesting to read artists responses to questions posed by the author and to see what they had to say about the self portraits woven throughout the book I can t say that I took a lot away from the book, but it made for fun little bursts of reading when I had time to kill.


  2. Natasha Natasha says:

    I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked this book I knew it wasn t an art technique or project book, so I had no expectations of that I genuinely like hearing people s stories and view points on their work and so this book was really interesting to me I didn t agree with all viewpoints far from it in some cases , but really you don t agree with everyone in life, so why would I expect to in a book Their was a good range of featured artists with a lot I was familiar with, and also s I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked this book I knew it wasn t an art technique or project book, so I had no expectations of that I genuinely like hearing people s stories and view points on their work and so this book was really interesting to me I didn t agree with all viewpoints far from it in some cases , but really you don t agree with everyone in life, so why would I expect to in a book Their was a good range of featured artists with a lot I was familiar with, and also some new faces I was really impressed with the works and some really inspired me Which is what I want when looking through an art book.I really like Seth s writing, and would have liked to have knownabout his thoughts, rather than acting solely as a facilitator for the other contributors.I also felt that the last section, which was compiled from a range of people submitting their work was not as tight There was clearly a large number of contributors to that section and so not as much of their voice was heard, and that was a shame I thought You didn t get to connect as much, as you did with the featured artists It felt like I was missing some sort of flow It was a nice idea, and I saw the original call out and almost contributed so it was nice seeing everybody who did I just didn t connect as much Less may have been , it didn t feel like a consistent pulse Overall however I did really enjoy the book It was interesting seeing where I was in agreement, and where I wasn t I did go back a few times and reread what a particular person said again in light of later responses and the questions were interesting as well I thought Worthy of some thought from ourselves in our journals Definitely thought provoking, and so I would say in that regard Seth was very successful


  3. Terrie Terrie says:

    I received this book as a drawing winner and absorbed it over a weekend The book shares thoughts, insights, confessions from the creative community of mixed media artists There are tons of quotes answering a range of questions from the simple What color rarely shows up in your work to the thought provoking How do you express vulnerability in your art 100 artists share samples of their work and answer the author s questions.It is beautifully laid out, full of beautiful images of all sorts I received this book as a drawing winner and absorbed it over a weekend The book shares thoughts, insights, confessions from the creative community of mixed media artists There are tons of quotes answering a range of questions from the simple What color rarely shows up in your work to the thought provoking How do you express vulnerability in your art 100 artists share samples of their work and answer the author s questions.It is beautifully laid out, full of beautiful images of all sorts of artwork and interesting comments to read As a creative type myself it was illuminating to find I have something in common with many artists but also to see how I m different Definitely a book worth having in the library of an artist or creatively inclined person


  4. Diane Knauff Diane Knauff says:

    Loved reading the thoughts and views of other artists As an artist, it helped to know that others struggle with the same issues as me and gave me ideas and new approaches for defining my life as an artist It also has exposed me to several artists that I had not known about I would have like to get acomplete impression of the individual artists This was difficult because the book was arranged based on interview questions and with so many artists interviewed it was had to keep track of w Loved reading the thoughts and views of other artists As an artist, it helped to know that others struggle with the same issues as me and gave me ideas and new approaches for defining my life as an artist It also has exposed me to several artists that I had not known about I would have like to get acomplete impression of the individual artists This was difficult because the book was arranged based on interview questions and with so many artists interviewed it was had to keep track of what they said in answer to each question


  5. Elizabeth A Elizabeth A says:

    If you gave 100 artists the same set of art supplies and asked them to create, you would end up with 100 unique works of art This is how the book starts sounds compelling right Sadly, it is not While the art and layout of the book is a delight, the actual text is simply boring I do read Seth s blog, and while this format works for a blog, I expectedfrom the book.


  6. Lorna Lorna says:

    Really enjoyed the 1st section with the same artists answering the same questions The second section with a lot of different artists was less interesting in some ways because you didn t get a chance to know them.


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