ISBN 9781617452697 Wen Redmond's Digital Fiber Art

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Compose, create, and print innovative art quilts starting from your own digital photographseven those from your phone! Well-known fibre artist Wen Redmond starts with the tools and equipment youll needany image-editing software and a standard inkjet printerand teaches you to alter images, print them on a variety of fibres, and accentuate them with stitching. With a sense of adventure, even a beginner can apply these techniques to create new and innovative works of art. 'Nicely laid out and well-illustrated.' www.yarnsandfabrics.co.uk Contents: 1 X 128 Page Paperback With 500 Colour Illustrations Author: Wen Redmond Author Bio - Wen Redmond is a mixed-media artist whose work embraces digital printing, surface design, fiber art and collage. She has created several signature digital fiber techniques, including holographic images, innovative collage methods and textured photographs. She lives in New England. wenredmond.com

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