Creating Celtic Knotwork: A Fresh Approach to Traditional Design
|Series:||Dover Art Instruction|
Artists at all levels will treasure this guide to Celtic knotwork, which demonstrates not just how to duplicate examples but also how to illustrate unique designs filled with spirals, maze and step patterns, and human and animal forms. Easy-to-understand, amply detailed instructions explain all the basic techniques required. This new edition features a wealth of added material and revisions.
Cari Buziak currently lives in Calgary, Alberta, with one cat, one dog, and one beehive. She enjoys crafting, creating costumes, knitting and quilting. In a mix of old techniques (handmade gesso, egg tempera, gold leaf) and new (several Mac computers) she re-creates ancient manuscripts in painted and digital form for a wide variety of merchandising and fine art needs. Cari's current and past published works include book illustrations for Interweave Press, Penguin/Pearson Books, Llewellyn Publications, and Chronicle Books as well as designing Irish dance dresses, jewelry designs, and other commissioned works. Her work has been featured in design magazines, and she has had gallery exhibitions in Calgary, Toronto, Indiana, Florida, Michigan, Wisconsin, Oregon, Japan, London, and New York. Cari's artwork also appears in private collections in Canada, Europe, Japan, and the United States.