Rock Art

Author: Denise Scicluna
Publisher: B.E.S. Publishing
ISBN: 9781438005324
Size: 54.42 MB
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From brooches to bookends and beyond, you can create just about anything with the right rock and a bit of imagination. Step-by-step instructions and over 250 full-color illustrations make this the perfect gift for crafters of all ages.

Rock Art Painting And Crafting With The Humble Pebble

Author: Denise Scicluna
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series
ISBN: 1438068026
Size: 55.32 MB
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Great uses for rocks: throwing, skipping, kicking--how about painting? Rock painting is one of the oldest forms of artistic expression known to man. The varied surfaces, shapes, and sizes of rocks also make them perfect for crafts. From brooches to bookends, paperweights to place cards, miniature owls to patterned pebbles, you can create just about anything with the right rock and a bit of imagination. In Rock Art!, visual artist Denise Scicluna provides inspiration and advice for rocking our artsy side with: Tips for finding and identifying rocks and preparing them for paint ;techniques for creating the perfect rock from polymer clay; a guide to gathering tools, from paint, pencils, and brushes to wood filler and varnish. Dozens of projects for bringing pebbles to life with personality and style .Simple, step-by-step instructions, and more than 250 full-color illustrations that practically pop off the page make this fun and unusual book perfect for crafters of all ages.

Legend

Author: Marie Lu
Publisher:
ISBN: 9788467556575
Size: 22.47 MB
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Cuando Day y June chocan sus leyendas se hacen pedazos y dejan al decubierto dos personas que se atraen como polos opuestos de un imán.

The History Of Landscape Design In 100 Gardens

Author: Linda A. Chisholm
Publisher: Timber Press
ISBN: 1604698675
Size: 21.51 MB
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“Rich with photographs and descriptions of how landscape design has shaped and reflected culture over time.” —The American Gardener The History of Landscape Design in 100 Gardens explores the defining moments in garden design. Through profiles of 100 of the most influential gardens, Linda Chisholm explores how social, political, and economic influences shaped garden design principles. The book is organized chronologically and by theme, starting with the medieval garden Alhambra and ending with the modern naturalism of the Lurie Garden. Sumptuously illustrated, The History of Landscape Design in 100 Gardens is a comprehensive resource for garden designers and landscape architects, design students, and garden history enthusiasts.

History Of Art

Author: Horst Woldemar Janson
Publisher: Prentice Hall
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The Art Journal

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Vol. for 1867 includes Illustrated catalogue of the Paris Universal Exhibition.

Kurelek

Author: Patricia A. Morley
Publisher: Gage Distribution Company
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Bulletin Of The Atomic Scientists

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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.

Coastal Britain England And Wales

Author: Stuart Fisher
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 147295873X
Size: 60.67 MB
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When all her islands are taken into consideration, the British coastline spans almost 8,000 miles, which is longer than both Brazil's and Mexico's. From the clear blue waters of serene Cornish bays to the tempestuous seas around rugged Pembrokeshire headlands, this new book journeys around the varied shorelines of England and Wales to complete the most comprehensive survey ever taken. Stuart Fisher, bestselling author of the similarly comprehensive Canals of Britain, visits all the places of interest along the entire coastline of England and Wales: from remote countryside to modern cities, exploring history and heritage, striking architecture and dramatic engineering, wildlife, wonderful flora and fauna, art and literature. His journey takes him from industrial hubs to small villages and fishing communities, providing a keen insight into what makes each stretch of Britain's shoreline unique and special. Evocative and often dramatic colour photographs help capture the great variety of the coast, and maps, book covers, stamps and local artefacts help convey the character of each area. This comprehensive and absorbing survey is a treasure trove of interest and knowledge for walkers, cyclists, boaters, holidaymakers and indeed anyone with an interest in coastal Britain.