Thursday, June 16, 2016

Publications

I have several events related to publications that I would like to share:






  I have a new self-published book titled "ECOnversation" with 22 full-color pages of eco-dyed papers, fabrics and artist books that I have created. A small number of copies will be available to purchase in my Etsy store after the store re-opens on June 26.




       Talking about eco-dyeing, the next issue of Cloth Paper Scissors will include an article I wrote about
eco dyeing, including the basic process and beyond. I love this colorful and informative mixed media magazine.




             A few weeks back I have received the newsletter from the “TextileArtist.Org” blog that included a list of the Top 10 Textile Printing Books where my book “Printmaking+Mixed Media” was included! (http://www.textileartist.org/?s=dorit+elisha). This book is still available on Amazon and at the  http://www.interweavestore.com/printmaking-mixed-media-ebook.




       
       Also I Just want to mention the Uppercase Magazine (previous) issue that includes a plethora of articles and images of artist books and Book Arts. Every issue of this beautiful magazine is full of inspiration on a variety of arts and crafts themes.




            Talking about Uppercase magazine – its editor Janine Vangool also publishes beautiful books. Her latest one “The Uppercase Compendium of Craft and Creativity" includes articles about 60 artists who work in different areas of art, with lots of colorful pictures and stories from ‘behind the scenes’. I am happy to be one of the 60 artists, as well as the artist of one of the 5 book covers!  

2 comments:

Unknown said...

Dear Doris. ..just received my mag. COS and your article has me planning on taking my electric ring heater and large pot into uni on Monday morning and I can collect leaves on the way in along the cycle path I use as I trundle up to uni in my electric wheelchair! The whole process looks great but the results are absolutely fantastic, I love them. I'm busy building portable nature shrines for sculptural installation and am now planning to cover some outsides areas with papers that have undergone this dying process. Thankyou so much. You have been an inspiration. Jan marshall. Carlisle. UK

Unknown said...

Dear Doris. ..just received my mag. COS and your article has me planning on taking my electric ring heater and large pot into uni on Monday morning and I can collect leaves on the way in along the cycle path I use as I trundle up to uni in my electric wheelchair! The whole process looks great but the results are absolutely fantastic, I love them. I'm busy building portable nature shrines for sculptural installation and am now planning to cover some outsides areas with papers that have undergone this dying process. Thankyou so much. You have been an inspiration. Jan marshall. Carlisle. UK