Ironwork Today 4: Inside and Out
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This book will be a valued reference guide and inspiration source for homeowners, designers, artists, and blacksmiths as a fascinating snapshot of the current trends in this vibrant, growing, changing field of artistic endeavor.. They vary in size from small, everyday objects to impressive public monuments. Here readers will find some artists whose work they have appreciated in other books in this series; others they are discovering for the first time. This allows readers to see the full scope of each artist s work on adjoining pages. This book, the fourth in an ongoing series, has artwork arranged by the artist alphabetically, rather than in categories. The pieces, discussed by the artists who made them, include sculpture, gates, railings, furniture, andirons, lighting fixtures, doors, door knockers, and much more. These fascinating works of art in metal are found in homes, offices, and public spaces alike. Hundreds of detailed color photos provide a sweeping overview of the wide range of iron artwork being created by over 90 of today s artist-blacksmiths
Catherine Mallette is an editor at Schiffer Publishing. . She is the former editor of Chesapeake Home + Living and Indulge magazines, both aspirational, luxury publications with a focus on fine art
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She is the former editor of Chesapeake Home + Living and Indulge magazines, both aspirational, luxury publications with a focus on fine art. About the Author Catherine Mallette is an editor at Schiffer Publishing.