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100 Artists of the Southwest

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Informationen zum Autor Douglas Bullis has published twenty books and hundreds of articles about art! fashion design! business! co... Lire la suite
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Informationen zum Autor Douglas Bullis has published twenty books and hundreds of articles about art! fashion design! business! cookery! and culture! for publishers in the U.S.A.! the U.K.! Saudi Arabia! India! Sri Lanka! Singapore! Malaysia! Indonesia! Cambodia! and Japan. He presently divides his time between a working studio in Southern California and his writer's retreat in Mirissa! on the south coast of Sri Lanka. His website is www.douglasbullis.net. Klappentext This book features the works of 100 important artists living and working in New Mexico and Arizona today. These artists are being passionately collected by individuals, purchased for museum collections, and found in the news pages of the art world. There are famous artists, to be sure, along with discoveries that you will be delighted to meet. Over 400 full color photographs feature the broad spectrum of leading artists including the startlingly beautiful contemporary work of Native American artists, whose ancestry is as evident as a vision for their future, as well as Hispanic artists who have updated religious icons found in every devout Southwestern home and chapel. There are painters, sculptors, photographers, potters, weavers, and jewelers. Their stories and artworks will amaze as well as illuminate. All in all, you will come away with the most vibrant picture of contemporary Southwestern art that you can find anywhere. Zusammenfassung This book features the work of 100 important painters, sculptors, photographers, potters, weavers, and jewelers living and working in New Mexico and Arizona today. Their stories and works of art will amaze as well as illuminate. This book provides the most vibrant picture of contemporary Southwestern art that you can find anywhere.

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Douglas Bullis has published twenty books and hundreds of articles about art, fashion design, business, cookery, and culture, for publishers in the U.S.A., the U.K., Saudi Arabia, India, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, and Japan. He presently divides his time between a working studio in Southern California and his writer's retreat in Mirissa, on the south coast of Sri Lanka. His website is www.douglasbullis.net.

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This book features the works of 100 important artists living and working in New Mexico and Arizona today. These artists are being passionately collected by individuals, purchased for museum collections, and found in the news pages of the art world. There are famous artists, to be sure, along with discoveries that you will be delighted to meet. Over 400 full color photographs feature the broad spectrum of leading artists including the startlingly beautiful contemporary work of Native American artists, whose ancestry is as evident as a vision for their future, as well as Hispanic artists who have updated religious icons found in every devout Southwestern home and chapel. There are painters, sculptors, photographers, potters, weavers, and jewelers. Their stories and artworks will amaze as well as illuminate. All in all, you will come away with the most vibrant picture of contemporary Southwestern art that you can find anywhere.



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This book features the work of 100 important painters, sculptors, photographers, potters, weavers, and jewelers living and working in New Mexico and Arizona today. Their stories and works of art will amaze as well as illuminate. This book provides the most vibrant picture of contemporary Southwestern art that you can find anywhere.

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Titre: 100 Artists of the Southwest
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Code EAN: 9780764324147
ISBN: 978-0-7643-2414-7
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Schiffer Publishing
Genre: Art
nombre de pages: 224
Poids: 1590g
Taille: H279mm x B215mm
Année: 2006