An Inspirational Guide to Being An Artist CraftsmanBook - 2017
Forty-one craftspeople answer the questions of who, what, when, where, and how he or she started and maintains a career in the arts. Accompanied by over 260 photographs showing the artists, their work spaces, and their creations, each interview gives experience-based answers to anyone interested in the lives of artists. For students and career changers to makers at all levels, this resource captures insight into the entrepreneurial nature of living a life in the arts -- and the choices, bits of luck, joys, and tenacity one needs to overcome hurdles in useful and surprising ways. The 41 artists from across the United States work in many types of media; they include, for example, woodturner Dixie Biggs, fibre artist Carol Eckert, metalsmith Pat Flynn, glass artist Judith Schaecter, and ceramist Mara Superior. As their answers unfold, what develops is a collection of independent voices that follow unique, creative journeys in the arts, despite the twists and turns life takes. This distillation of expertise is a valuable resource to all who are considering a creative career.
Publisher: Atglen, PA :, Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.,, 
Call Number: 745.5092 Sco844m
Characteristics: 208 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm
Alternative Title: Inspirational guide to being an artist craftsman