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Making Mobiles

Author : Bruce Cana Fox
ISBN : 0764324748
Genre : Art
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When observing an especially beautiful mobile, beginning artists often think, Wow, I want to make one like THAT! If you have stood under a mobile by Alexander Calder and entertained such thoughts, this book will help you make one like that. This guide provides practical and encouraging step-by-step instructions for making horizontally balanced mobiles. From assembling the materials and tools through the designing, fabricating, assembly, painting, and hanging stages, you can create your own mobiles, with Bruce at your side the whole time. His 19 carefully written chapters and 190 color photographs let you see and understand all the stages toward creating your mobiles. He even shows you how to fix a mistake and pack it for shipping. By following Bruces steps and positive attitude, hours of fun and challenge will be rewarded with art you are proud of.
Category: Art

How To Make Mobiles

Author : John Lynch
ISBN : OCLC:1417867
Genre : Art, Abstract
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Category: Art, Abstract

Alexander Calder And His Magical Mobiles

Author : Jean Lipman
ISBN : UOM:39015031208336
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes the life and career of twentieth-century artist Alexander Calder and includes illustrations of a variety of his works and a guide to his sculptures in museums and public spaces
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Drawing On The Air

Author : Tim Prentice
ISBN : 9781935212942
Genre : Art
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In the New York Times Michael Kimmelman called them "sleek, whimsical contraptions in a modernist mode"; the Basler Zeitung termed them "net-like structures . . . like hedgehogs or serpents." The kinetic sculptures of Tim Prentice create a novel geometry of air and light. Concentrating on movement rather than object, Prentice harnesses natural elements into his art machines-delicate structures that walk the tightrope between order and chaos, control and serendipity, understated technique and extravagant wonder. Prentice purposely circumscribes the artist's prerogatives, distilling the power of wind and sun into an ever-changing dance of light and shadow. These understated, subtle inventions provide endless distraction, delighting the child in all of us. Drawing on Air offers a many-sided vision of the kinetic sculptor and his works. An essay by Nicholas Fox Weber introduces the artist and his work, while a chapter on "Mechanics" explains some of the physical principles underlying Prentice's whimsical sculptures. Photographs of works-in-progress, principal public commissions as well as occasional pieces created for casual amusement are punctuated by the artist's mordant, sometimes mischievous comments. "Prentice's sculptures . . .are about fluid movement and change, reminding us that everything is in flux. . . . Wonders of engineering, they create evanescent drawings in thin air." -Michael Amy, Art in America "What is grand in these sculptures is the sense of immensity created by their movements, a sense resonant with our most pleasurable apprehensions of land, sea, and sky." -Elaine Bleakney, Sculpture "These refined sculptures are never ponderous, plump or boring but constantly and slowly transforming themselves as though imbued by perpetuum mobile." -Karen Gerig, Basler Zeitung Experiencing Tim Prentice's work is like taking a ride on a roller coaster" -Catalog of the Connecticut Biennial
Category: Art

Making Creative Mobiles

Author : Timothy Rose
ISBN : 1425988571
Genre : Art
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"If you have looked at a painting and wondered what it might be like to be inside it, or wondered what it would be like to see it move, imagined what it would be to have a picture "play back" its story to the viewer, changing over time, that is what mobiles are about. When I discovered mobiles, I felt at home. Perhaps I can impart some of this enthusiasm to you. Movement attracts the eye. We are hard-wired as a species as hunters. We have the hunting instinct of seeking movement and detail from the environment. Mobiles with their inherent eye-catching quality of movement are a natural to grab our attention"--Back of book.
Category: Art

Making Mobiles

Author : Guy R. Williams
ISBN : WISC:89034705426
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 51.23 MB
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Step-by-step instructions for creating a variety of ornamental structures which are set in motion by circulating air currents
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Calder Sculpture

Author : A. S. C. Rower
ISBN : 0789301342
Genre : Art
File Size : 31.46 MB
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Text and photographs chronicle the development of Calder's sculpture, from early wire sculptures and abstract mobiles to his monumental public sculptures.
Category: Art

Calder Jewelry

Author : Alexander Calder
ISBN : 0300134282
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Calder Jewelry features more than 450 bracelets, brooches, necklaces, and rings, photographed in still life by Maria Robledo. Also included are Calder's inventory drawings, boxes he made to transport and store the jewelry, historic photographs of his exhibitions and of jewelry worn by notable collectors and artists, and an extensive chronology. Essays discuss the relationship of these objects to the artist's other endeavors and in relation to the history of adornment.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Calder And Abstraction

Author : Stephanie Barron
ISBN : 3791353098
Genre : Art
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"Published in conjunction with the exhibition Calder and Abstraction: From Avant-Garde to Iconic at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California (November 24, 2013-July 6, 2014). This exhibition was organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, in cooperation with the Calder Foundation, New York"--Colophon.
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Alexander Calder

Author : Achim Borchardt-Hume
ISBN : 9780300219159
Genre : Art
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Alexander Calder (1898-1976) is one of modernism's most captivating and influential figures. First trained as a mechanical engineer, Calder relocated from New York to Paris in the mid-twenties where his acceptance into the city's burgeoning avant-garde circles coincided with the development of his characteristic form of kinetic sculpture. His early work Cirque Calder, which was presented throughout Paris to great acclaim, prefigures the performance and theatrical aspects that dominate Calder's pioneering artistic works and are situated as a primary subject of intrigue in this publication. Rather than simply refashion sculpture's traditional forms, Calder envisioned entirely new possibilities for the medium and transformed its static nature into something dynamic and responsive. Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture provides detailed insight into that pioneering process through reproductions of personal drawings and notes. Also featured is new research from a wide range of renowned scholars, furthering our understanding of the remarkable depth of Calder's beloved mobile sculptures and entrenching his status as an icon of modernism.
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