Altered! Art Projects

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Altered! Art Projects is a must-have collection of altered art featuring unique and trendy ideas. The term “altered art” conjures up different visions and ideas for every individual. Artists seem to be especially adept at finding their own characteristic meaning for anything they choose to give this name. Altered art is something that has changed from the original concept, creating something new and different. Projects featured in this book include birdhouses, shadowboxes, framed collages, scrapbook pages and ...

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Overview

Altered! Art Projects is a must-have collection of altered art featuring unique and trendy ideas. The term “altered art” conjures up different visions and ideas for every individual. Artists seem to be especially adept at finding their own characteristic meaning for anything they choose to give this name. Altered art is something that has changed from the original concept, creating something new and different. Projects featured in this book include birdhouses, shadowboxes, framed collages, scrapbook pages and much more. A simple canvas or photo can undergo complete metamorphosis, just like a caterpillar becoming a butterfly. Transition using distress, texture, collage, and embellishments; enclose in a frame or shadowbox and you have created altered art! It is no longer a simple canvas or photo, but your own unique creation. The piece has not only changed, but also become more meaningful—this is an artist’s gift.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781891898143
  • Publisher: TweetyJill Publications Inc.
  • Publication date: 8/15/2008
  • Pages: 112
  • Sales rank: 1,006,660
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.37 (d)

Meet the Author

Jill Haglund, owner, operator, and Executive Director of TweetyJill Publications, thinks of herself as an artist first and a publisher second. She always affords time to dabble at craft projects here and there, even with a busy production schedule. Jill’s first book, The Complete Guide to Scrapbooking was published in 1996, and was an overnight success for the company as one of the first instructional guides in the scrapbooking community, and has sold over 150,000 copies. Since then, Jill has authored and published 15 books.. Jill is enthusiastic about inspiring others and providing ideas to scrapbookers and beyond. Her love for memories, photography, books and art is what has given her the passion over the last ten years for TweetyJill Publications.

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