Sunday, February 19, 2017

The Sunday Papers: 4

Welcome to The Sunday Papers. Grab a cuppa, get comfy and turn the virtual pages. Didn't get last week's paper delivery? See every edition here

Today's paper is all about art-related articles and tutorials 

Art by El Anatsui

Art by Roxanne Evans Stout

Art by Sandrine Pelissier

Art by James Jean

Art by Joan Bess

Art by Tracy Verdugo

Artwork by Lynne Moncrieff

Art by K. Wayne Thornley

14 comments:

Shelby Pizzarro said...

Great way to kick off the day! Have a good one...enjoy the beautiful weather! :-)

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Always a pleasure ! Thank you for finding all this interesting things for us!

elle said...

Glad I'm a small time repurposer! Luved the book article. Thanks for a relaxing and inspiring Sunday morning. Life has been much too busy.

Pamela Gerard said...

Love Sunday mornings with strong black coffee and your interesting links -- love the tutorials.

peggy gatto said...

Thank for my morning paper! Especially love the variety!

Jo Murray said...

Lots of great advice here...if only I can remember it at the right time.

Angela Radford said...

Only just got round to reading the Sunday papers as I've been playing most of the day with some stamps and dies.... they just might have been designed by someone reading this comment Lol!

Cindy said...

Just love the sculptures made from the collections of plastic and scraps, etc.
Thank you!

Robert said...

Especially loved Mirka Knaster's take on "Artist's as Hoarders" from her blog (as I tend to fit into that category). Wonderful to see all of the creativity--the 'found art'--that comes from the castoffs and detritus of society. Thanks so much, Seth, for another great edition of The Sunday papers!

Carol said...

Wonderful links! I could use that 7000 square foot warehouse!

A Pink said...

Another week, another great collection of links . Thanks Seth x

donna joy said...

great reads-thanks for the links as usual~

Jenny Marples said...

I have Roxanne Stout's fabulous book - HIGHLY recommended as it's packed full of inspiration and helpful tips.

lynnesbowsandbelles said...

Seth
I cannot thank you enough for pointing me in the direction of your blog as I am all but absent from visiting blogs at the moment.
To have you select my Silken Wings assemblage, as an inclusion in this post, well it is just too much and I say that with complete sincerity. You possibly do not realise, selecting this project (I struggle to use the word artwork in relation to my own projects), even though I was incredibly fortunate to have it published in Somerset Apprentice, your selection brings another layer of validation.
Lynne