Sharyn Hall Designs (Australia): 15cm x 30cm 1993 Loose Pages and book cover Handmade fibre papers, artist’s papers, dyed silk organza, found objects, threads, photographs, gesso, paint and graphite. Exhibited: Artists Book Fair, State Library, Brisbane; Signs, Symbols, Scrolls, Fusions Gallery, Brisbane; Paper, Queensland Museum Aquired: Public Spaces Art, Mirvac Constructions</p>

Sharyn Hall Designs (Australia): 15cm x 30cm 1993 Loose Pages and book cover Handmade fibre papers, artist’s papers, dyed silk organza, found objects, threads, photographs, gesso, paint and graphite. Exhibited: Artists Book Fair, State Library, Brisbane; Signs, Symbols, Scrolls, Fusions Gallery, Brisbane; Paper, Queensland Museum Aquired: Public Spaces Art, Mirvac Constructions</p>

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painted book pages. i feel like this could be incorporated to a reading comprehension lesson somehow. plus, super cute art for the halls!

The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club by Dickens, Charles  London: Chapman and Hall, 1837.  Half-morocco,  first edition , later issue.  Superb fore-edge painting by Martin Frost.  Book slight wear to binding, else near fine. ...  more   Offered By  Nudelman Rare Books

The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club by Charles Dickens - 1837 - from Nudelman Rare Books and

London: Chapman and Hall, Half-morocco, first edition , later issue. Superb fore-edge painting by Martin Frost. Book slight wear to binding, else near fine.

Mixed media art created by Kaz Hall featured on Two Friends' Favorite Blog Posts (Marjie Kemper)

Two Friends Art Posts - Mixed Media Art on Marjie Kemper's blog

Today I'm featuring mixed media artists Kaz Hall and Renee Zarate.

Cool riff on blackout poetry. LM leave words on page; cut out unwanted words; page underneath shows through (alternative to the found poetry project)

Cool riff on blackout poetry. LM leave words on page; cut out unwanted words; page underneath shows through (alternative to the found poetry project) altered book page

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