Arts & Photography Study & Teaching Books

Modern Sculptures: Conceptual Art Idea Guide

This book will show you how you can create modern artworks without a giant budget. This book is full of rather sloppy drawings instead of polished Photoshop stuff: I intentionally chose to publish the ideas in the raw state. This book is about ideas, not about products or existing artworks. This book is a mess. At the same time it's a practical guide. It's supposed to inspire you to make your own artworks and exhibit them. You may use these ideas for your installations. Whether you're a new aspiring artist, an art teacher or someone who likes thinking about art - you will be able to follow my thoughts, and get your own value out of it.

Since this book is not a novel, there is no need to read it in a linear way. It's made for browsing and thinking.

The Art of Practice: Twenty Photos of Halloween Subjects to Sketch or Paint (Seasonal: Halloween Book 1)

Photographs inspire artists of every visual art medium. The photographs in this book are of varying Halloween subjects intended to stimulate artists who paint and sketch. The pictures provide a catalyst for creativity and could assist in building an artist's portfolio. This book is part of a series titled The Practice of Art - Seasonal: Halloween.

The Art of Practice: Twenty Festive Scarecrows to Sketch in Color (Seasonal: Festive Scarecrows Book 1)

Use this book to inspire practice sketching with color pencil. Create near exact copies of the renderings in the book or alter the copy by adding your own elements, colors, and style. Use the pictures in the book to help you become more proficient at sketching or use it to help you build a portfolio. This book is part of a series titled The Practice of Art: Seasonal - Festive Scarecrows.

The Art of Practice: Twenty Georgia Courthouses to Sketch in Color (Architecture: Georgia Courthouses Book 2)

Use this book to inspire practice sketching in color pencil. Create near exact copies of the renderings in the book or alter the copy by adding your own elements, colors, and style. Use the pictures in the book to help you become more proficient at sketching, or use it to help you build a portfolio. Pictures of twenty Georgia courthouses include Bartow, Candler, Charlton, Clinch, Elbert, Floyd, Gilmer, Glynn, Harris, Irwin, Lowndes, Murray, Talbot, Tatnall, Terrell, Union, Wayne, Wilcox, and Wilkes Counties.