The Decorative Workshop

Author: Moyra Byford
Editor: Friedman/Fairfax Pub
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"Originally published as Decorative picture framing"--T.p. verso.

The Picture Framing Course

Author: Pete Bingham
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Miter cutting, frame joining, frame decorating, mounting, glass cutting, and hanging. Step-by-step instructions accompany eight projects.

Picture Framing

Author: Sonia Aarons
Editor: Gramercy
ISBN: 9780517087787
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Bellefonte State College And Nearby Points Telephone Directory

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One Hundred Summers

Author: Vanessa Branson
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1912914158
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Taking the reader on a journey from the dying embers of Edwardian England, through the trauma of two world wars, the hedonism of London in the 1980s and 'Cool Britannia' in the 1990s right up to the present day, One Hundred Summers is a portrait of a century as it was experienced by one extraordinary family. Along the way, Vanessa Branson recalls the rough and tumble of her chaotic but happy post-war childhood; growing up alongside her older brother Richard, who was entrepreneurial even as a teenager, she would have a front-row seat at the birth of Virgin, one of the most remarkable success stories in British business. She goes on to share her many adventures in a fascinating life, from opening an art gallery on London's Portobello Road and founding an arts festival in Morocco, to turning an ancient palace into a world-famous hotel and finding a real-life Neverland in the Scottish island of Eilean Shona, where J. M. Barrie once wrote a screenplay for Peter Pan. Touching, humane and at times heartbreakingly honest, Branson's family memoir is a vivid and charming tapestry of English eccentricity, fortune, fate and passion.

On Looking At Looking

Author: Ann Stephen
Editor: Melbourne University Press
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In 1960 at the age of 21, Ian Burn left the Victorian regional city of Geelong to become an artist. Like other young painters in the 1960s, Burn was drawn to London where, in the rich confusion of cosmopolitan Europe, he began to think about the role that language plays in art. By 1967 he was working at the explosive core of early Conceptual art in New York, where he was described as "the only Australian ever to be central to an internationality significant art movement." Burn's origins as an Australian landscape painter always made him an uneasy participant in the New York art world. After a decade of intense collaboration and politics, he eventually quit the metropolis to return to Australia. For more than a decade he juggled work in the local labor movement with writing, before returning to making art. In this the first biography on Ian Burn, art historian Ann Stephen traces his extraordinary body of work from the intimate viewpoint of friend and occasional collaborator. Her account is no conventional monograph, as Stephen approaches and presents Burn's work through a series of imaginary and real "dialogs" with other artists, inspired by his own collaborations and anecdotes. Through these encounters she reveals Burn's concerns with marginal art and the relations between amateur and professional, the politics of place and distance, deskilling, and the concept of originality. With more than 160 images, On Looking at Looking: The art and politics of Ian Burn explores his unique contribution to Australian art as an artist, writer, and curator. Stephen convincingly shows how Burn's work is alive to the most pressing questions facing art and culture today.

Beyond Live Work

Author: Frances Holliss
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317572513
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Beyond Live/Work: the architecture of home-based work explores the old but neglected building type that combines dwelling and workplace, the ‘workhome’. It traces a previously untold architectural history illustrated by images of largely forgotten buildings. Despite having existed for hundreds, if not thousands, of years in every country across the globe this dual-use building type has long gone unnoticed. This book analyses the lives and premises of 90 contemporary UK and US home-based workers from across the social spectrum and in diverse occupations. It generates a series of typologies and design considerations for the workhome that will be useful for design professionals, students, policy-makers and home-based workers themselves. In the context of a globalising economy, more women in work than ever before and enabling new technologies, the home-based workforce is growing rapidly. Demonstrating how this can be a socially, economically and environmentally sustainable working practice, this book presents the workhome as the house of the future.

Ducks Unlimited

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The Home Workshop Planner

Author: Gene Schnaser
Editor: Wood Publications
ISBN: 9780696025495
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A guide to starting or improving a home workshop includes money-saving tips and five sample floor plans

Braby S Commercial Directory Of Southern Africa

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American Artist

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The Artist

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An Introduction To Picture Framing

Author: Shooting Star Press
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ISBN: 9781573353007
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The Silver Pages

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Australian Arts Guide

Author: Roslyn Kean
Editor: Morgan & Morgan
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Ceramic Review

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Framing Class

Author: Diana Elizabeth Kendall
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780742541689
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Framing Class is a cutting edge book that examines the sociological implications of class representations in the media and shows how slanted media framing of stories about wealth and poverty may significantly influence many people. Through a historical and contemporary analysis of newspaper articles and television shows, Framing Class demonstrates how the media perpetuate negative stereotypes about the working class and the poor while glorifying the material possessions and privileged status of the upper classes.

Calendar

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Framing Class

Author: Diana Kendall
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1442202254
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Framing Class explores how the media, including television, film, and news, depict wealth and poverty in the United States. Fully updated and revised throughout, the second edition of this groundbreaking book now includes discussions of new media, updated media sources, and provocative new examples from movies and television, such as The Real Housewives series and media portrayals of the new poor and corporate executives in the recent recession. The book introduces the concepts of class and media framing to students and analyzes how the media portray various social classes, from the elite to the very poor. Its accessible writing and powerful examples make it an ideal text or supplement for courses in sociology, American studies, and communications.

Aic News

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