Cherril Doty, Heather Greenwood
Whether you are an experienced artist or just starting out, you'll discover new, approachable concepts for creating and embellishing your own mixed media art with 101 More Mixed Media Techniques. Following in the footsteps of 101 Mixed Media Techniques, this companion edition explores even more versatile mixed media techniques, from printmaking, wabi-sabi painting, embossing, antiquing, and washi tape to paper collage, ephemera, pyrography, and resists. Each technique is presented with simple, easy-to-follow instructions and beautiful examples from talented mixed media artists.
In addition to learning new mixed media techniques, you'll also discover ideas and inspiration for using the methods in your own projects and developing your own personal style.
With more than a hundred options to choose from, 101 More Mixed Media Techniques has something for every artist and is guaranteed to spark new forms of creativity!
Artist Cherril Doty is the Director of the Sawdust Art Festival's Studio Art Classes in Laguna Beach, California. While she holds a master's degree in counseling psychology, the need to create has called, and Cherril followed her muse to try new forms and search possibilities. Mixed media represents the culmination of the search and is the process by which to achieve still more through teaching and experimentation. Visit www.cherrildoty.com to learn more.
Heather Greenwood is a self-taught mixed media artist who loves to be creative in everything she does. She is known for adding mixed media flair to her memory-keeping scrapbook albums, planners, DIY projects, and art journals. She teaches and inspires projects and techniques on her blog, www.heathergreenwooddesigns.com.
Monica Moody is a Dallas-based artist. Known for her vibrant alcohol ink paintings, she also enjoys mixed media, illustration, relief printmaking, pyrography, and watercolor painting. Learn more at www.monicamoody.com.
Marsh Scott is a multi-media artist from Dana Point, California. Embracing media of all kinds and in all sizes, from jewelry to large public art installations, Marsh especially loves to create art rich with texture, layers, and color. Visit www.marshscott.com to learn more.