Fluid Art Recipes and Art Journal

*****The recipes in this book are configured for an 8" x 11" or 9" x 9" size canvas/panel.*****I am a self-taught paint pouring artist.

Author: Rick Cheadle

Publisher:

ISBN: 1980657440

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Page: 265

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*****The recipes in this book are configured for an 8" x 11" or 9" x 9" size canvas/panel.*****I am a self-taught paint pouring artist. I have learned by making many mistakes and finding ways to fix them. I have always kept a journal in my studio. This book and the recipes within are taken from those journals. I often refer to them for color palette ideas and design elements.Those of you familiar with the art of paint pouring know that duplicating an original fluid art piece is impossible BUT, The choices of paint colors, additives and techniques used can be duplicated. The recipes in this book are meant to be a guide to help you but I still encourage experimentation and tweaking to fit your own artistic style.Teaching and sharing is a passion of mine and I'm hopeful these recipes will help you. The second half of this book is a blank sketchbook/journal for you to write your own recipes, observations and ideas.Happy Pouring!

Acrylic Pour Recipe LogBook

This recipe book is not a usual recipe book you can find pretty much everywhere.

Author: ArtMorfic Publishing

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798653367410

Category:

Page: 84

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This recipe book is not a usual recipe book you can find pretty much everywhere. It was created especially for those who just like me love paint pouring art and usually forgets what colors they mixed, how they did that, the order in which that colors were poured, etc. Keep all the information on paper and let your creativity run wild without unnecessary hassle! Just perfect for beginners! Specifications: ► 6.96x9.61-inch recipe book ► Plenty of space for notes on your next 75 projects ► Two index pages for easier reference ► 6 pages for additional general notes at the end of the book ► Quality white paper suitable for ink, gel pens and pencils ► Glossy paperback cover

Fluid Art Recipe Book

This recipe book is not a usual recipe book you can find pretty much everywhere.

Author: ArtMorfic Publishing

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798619881479

Category:

Page: 84

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This recipe book is not a usual recipe book you can find pretty much everywhere. It was created especially for those who just like me love paint pouring art and usually forgets what colors they mixed, how they did that, the order in which that colors were poured, etc. Keep all the information on paper and let your creativity run wild without unnecessary hassle! (Perfect for beginners). Specifications: ► 6.96x9.61-inch recipe book ► Plenty of space for notes on your next 75 projects ► Two index pages to make it easier to find your favorite recipes ► 6 pages for additional general notes at the end of the book ► Quality white paper suitable for ink, gel pens and pencils ► Glossy paperback cover

Liquid Intelligence The Art and Science of the Perfect Cocktail

that a recipe should contain .833 ounces of lime juice (onethird of the way between 3⁄4ounce and 1 ounce), it's easy to remember“a fat 3⁄4.” Similarly, twothirds of the way from 3⁄4 to 1 ounce canbe called out as a “short ounce.

Author: Dave Arnold

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 9780393245851

Category: Cooking

Page: 416

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Winner of the 2015 James Beard Award for Best Beverage Book and the 2015 IACP Jane Grigson Award. A revolutionary approach to making better-looking, better-tasting drinks. In Dave Arnold’s world, the shape of an ice cube, the sugars and acids in an apple, and the bubbles in a bottle of champagne are all ingredients to be measured, tested, and tweaked. With Liquid Intelligence, the creative force at work in Booker & Dax, New York City’s high-tech bar, brings readers behind the counter and into the lab. There, Arnold and his collaborators investigate temperature, carbonation, sugar concentration, and acidity in search of ways to enhance classic cocktails and invent new ones that revolutionize your expectations about what a drink can look and taste like. Years of rigorous experimentation and study—botched attempts and inspired solutions—have yielded the recipes and techniques found in these pages. Featuring more than 120 recipes and nearly 450 color photographs, Liquid Intelligence begins with the simple—how ice forms and how to make crystal-clear cubes in your own freezer—and then progresses into advanced techniques like clarifying cloudy lime juice with enzymes, nitro-muddling fresh basil to prevent browning, and infusing vodka with coffee, orange, or peppercorns. Practical tips for preparing drinks by the pitcher, making homemade sodas, and building a specialized bar in your own home are exactly what drink enthusiasts need to know. For devotees seeking the cutting edge, chapters on liquid nitrogen, chitosan/gellan washing, and the applications of a centrifuge expand the boundaries of traditional cocktail craft. Arnold’s book is the beginning of a new method of making drinks, a problem-solving approach grounded in attentive observation and creative techniques. Readers will learn how to extract the sweet flavor of peppers without the spice, why bottling certain drinks beforehand beats shaking them at the bar, and why quinine powder and succinic acid lead to the perfect gin and tonic. Liquid Intelligence is about satisfying your curiosity and refining your technique, from red-hot pokers to the elegance of an old-fashioned. Whether you’re in search of astounding drinks or a one-of-a-kind journey into the next generation of cocktail making, Liquid Intelligence is the ultimate standard—one that no bartender or drink enthusiast should be without.

Integrating the Arts Across the Elementary School Curriculum

ART RECIPES PAPlER-MACHE Equal parts of water and liquid starch. Soak strips of newspaper in liquid. Mix wallpaper paste (wheat paste) with water to form fluid paste. Dip paper. BU BBLE SOLUTION 3 cups water 1 cup liquid soap—baby bath ...

Author: Phyllis Gelineau

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781133172703

Category: Education

Page: 216

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This book is designed to assist pre-service and in-service classroom teachers in weaving music, visual arts, drama, and movement into the elementary school curriculum--thereby stimulating the learning process, enriching other subject areas, and providing opportunities for creative expression and self-fulfillment. Featuring content informed by the National Standards for the Arts, the book provides the basic tools and activities that teachers need to gain confidence in using the arts in their elementary classrooms. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Laboratories of Art

Her contribution to this volume shows that alchemical and art technological recipes shared a concern with the same materials and artisanal processes. ... Especially its boundaries with art technology were fluid.

Author: Sven Dupré

Publisher: Springer Science & Business

ISBN: 9783319050652

Category: Science

Page: 200

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This book explores the interconnections and differentiations between artisanal workshops and alchemical laboratories and between the arts and alchemy from Antiquity to the eighteenth century. In particular, it scrutinizes epistemic exchanges between producers of the arts and alchemists. In the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries the term laboratorium uniquely referred to workplaces in which ‘chemical’ operations were performed: smelting, combustion, distillation, dissolution and precipitation. Artisanal workshops equipped with furnaces and fire in which ‘chemical’ operations were performed were also known as laboratories. Transmutational alchemy (the transmutation of all base metals into more noble ones, especially gold) was only one aspect of alchemy in the early modern period. The practice of alchemy was also about the chemical production of things--medicines, porcelain, dyes and other products as well as precious metals and about the knowledge of how to produce them. This book uses examples such as the Uffizi to discuss how Renaissance courts established spaces where artisanal workshops and laboratories were brought together, thus facilitating the circulation of materials, people and knowledge between the worlds of craft (today’s decorative arts) and alchemy. Artisans became involved in alchemical pursuits beyond a shared material culture and some crafts relied on chemical expertise offered by scholars trained as alchemists. Above all, texts and books, products and symbols of scholarly culture played an increasingly important role in artisanal workshops. In these workplaces a sort of hybrid figure was at work. With one foot in artisanal and the other in scholarly culture this hybrid practitioner is impossible to categorize in the mutually exclusive categories of scholar and craftsman. By the seventeenth century the expertise of some glassmakers, silver and goldsmiths and producers of porcelain was just as based in the worlds of alchemical and bookish learning as it was grounded in hands-on work in the laboratory. This book suggests that this shift in workshop culture facilitated the epistemic exchanges between alchemists and producers of the decorative arts.

Reconstruction Replication and Re enactment in the Humanities and Social Sciences

The contents came however from the history of art, science and technology, such that the course could be incorporated ... the fluid line between alchemy and the arts, as demonstrated, for instance, in a recipe for counterfeiting pearls.

Author: Sven Dupré

Publisher: Amsterdam University Press

ISBN: 9789048543854

Category: Art

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Performative methods are playing an increasingly prominent role in research into historical production processes, materials, and bodily knowledge and sensory skills, and in forms of education and public engagement in classrooms and museums. This book offers, for the first time, sustained, interdisciplinary reflections on performative methods, variously known as Reconstruction, Re-enactment, Replication, Reproduction and Reworking (RRR) practices across the fields of history of science, archaeology, art history, conservation, musicology and anthropology. Each of these fields has distinct histories, approaches, tools and research questions. Researchers in the historical disciplines have used reconstructions to learn about the materials and practices of the past, while anthropologists and ethnographers have more often studied the re-enactments themselves, participating in these performances as engaged observers. In this book, an interdisciplinary group of authors bring their experiences of RRR practices within their discipline into conversation with RRR practices in other disciplines, providing a basis for interdisciplinary cross-fertilization.

The Art and Soul of Baking

Once you've finished weighing, blend or sift according to your recipe. You're done! When measuring liquid ingredients, you can either weigh them or simply use a liquid measuring cup—both are perfectly acceptable.

Author: Cindy Mushet

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

ISBN: 9780740773341

Category: Cooking

Page: 464

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Presents a collection of recipes for a variety of baked goods along with information on equipment, ingredients, and baking methods.

Learn The Creativity Of Making Art By Pouring Paint

Teaching and sharing is a passion of mine and I'm hopeful these recipes will help you. The second half of this book is a blank sketchbook/journal for you to write your recipes, observations, and ideas.

Author: Robby Shu

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798527579024

Category:

Page: 248

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While the practice of pouring artist paints is certainly not a new way to apply paint, achieving consistent results can be frustrating and costly. However, it is vital to the process to conduct experiments to gain the knowledge of what are the most critical controlling factors which preside over paint pours. Those of you familiar with the art of paint pouring know that duplicating an original fluid art piece is impossible BUT, The choices of paint colors, additives, and techniques used can be duplicated. The recipes in this book are meant to be a guide to help you but I still encourage experimentation and tweaking to fit your artistic style. Teaching and sharing is a passion of mine and I'm hopeful these recipes will help you. The second half of this book is a blank sketchbook/journal for you to write your recipes, observations, and ideas.