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Great Book of Fairy Patterns

The Ultimate Design Sourcebook for Artists and Craftspeople
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Create your own fairy art from more than 70 patterns! Fairies have captured the imaginations of artists for eons. Here, in this guide for artists, fairy aficionado and artist Lora Irish shares tips, techniques and all the information you need to get Get started on your next fairy painting, carving, illustration or other project. Bring the magic of fairies to your art. Dozens of original fairy patterns, along with tips and techniques for artists and craftspeople working in all mediums. Lora S. Irish, author of Great Book of Dragon Patterns and other useful reference guides for artists, proudly introduces her latest book for Fox Chapel Publishing - with more than 100 patterns of those most mystical and elusive beings called "Fairies." The folklore of fairies - sometimes referred to as faes and flutterbyes - has been passed down through the generations, and they have captured the hearts and minds of artists for centuries. This book is brimming with tips and techniques for artists and craftspeople with any number of projects, including painting, woodworking, quilts, garden decorations, needlepoint, ceramics and more. Bring the magic of fairies to your art. Features dozens of original fairy patterns and the expert tips and techniques

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Pages 192
Publish Date 2004-03-03
Series Great Book
Size 8.5" x 11.0" x 0.0"
Author Lora S. Irish

About the Author

Lora S. Irish is an internationally known artist and author, whose acclaimed books include Great Book of Carving Patterns, Great Book of Celtic Patterns, Great Book of Dragon Patterns, Great Book of Tattoo Designs, The Official Vampire Artist's Handbook, Relief Carving Wood Spirits, World Wildlife Patterns for the Scroll Saw, and many more. Fox Chapel Publishing has sold more than 500,000 copies of Irish's books. Lora is also a frequent contributor to Woodcarving Illustrated and to Scroll Saw Woodworking and Crafts magazines.

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