Title: Painting Flowers with Joyce Pike
Author(s): Joyce Pike
"There are many books out there that cover the ABCs of painting over and over again. This is necessary for a beginner, but I have tried to speak to the already accomplished artist without neglecting the excited beginner. I have covered my entire painting process in this book, from selecting and arranging the setup to how I finish a gallery painting." "...There are many degrees of perfection, but truly anyone with a desire can learn to paint. As you acquire more understanding of how to create a beautiful painting from what I am giving you in this book, I know you will find for yourself not only the desire to paint but the reality of fulfilling your dreams." Joyce Pike
11 x 8.5
Number of Pages: 136
Number of Photos: 80
Number of Color Photos: 80
See the photo of Joyce Pike's intoduction to her definitive book. Examples of Joyce Pike's art are exhibited in TFAOI's Exhibiton of American Art.
Available through North Light Books an imprint of F&W Publications, Inc., 1507 Dana Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45207. Tel: 1-800-289-0963.
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