Creating Sketchbooks for embroiderers and textile artists
published by Batsford
This exciting book by Kay Greenlees explores different approaches to keeping sketchbooks. Through exploration of the purposes of a sketchbook and examples from leading textile artists and embroiderers it provides an inspirational platform from which to develop your own personal practice. There are over 90 fantastic colour illustrations providing fascinating glimpses into the personal sketchbook pages of a variety of practitioners. The different approaches include drawing and collage; fabric and thread; annotation and thumbnails; exploring concepts; working on location; museum study and many more.
3 June 2011 ::: posted by Kay Greenlees in publications