Hello! I will start a series of blog posts illustrating how you can publish your own book featuring your quilts or other textile art. If you know how to use Microsoft WORD, have Internet access, and images of your artwork, YOU CAN make your own art catalog!
You can be a published artist-author in 2012! You can share your artwork with others nationally, or have a special gift for collectors of your quilts. You can promote a specific series of quilts you've created.
The series of blog posts will show you how to publish a 24 page, full-color paperback catalog! And.... you can have your catalog available on Amazon the largest online book store, among other places.
Is this something you're interested in? What has stopped you in the past from publishing your quilts? Post a comment by clicking on the "Comments" link below so that we make sure to address your questions in the upcoming blog posts.
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How will historians know you quilted 50 or 100 years from now? Do you have a dozen quilts or a series of art pieces you'd like to show? Is there quilt research you’d like in a book format? Are you a textile artist looking to showcase your work internationally? Does your quilt guild want to publish a catalog of their upcoming community exhibit? Learn to publish your quilts or artwork, share your artist motivations, and more! YES – YOU CAN create and publish your own quilt or art catalog!
Sunday, January 29, 2012
Pioneering Quilt Artists, 1960-1980
Do you have quilt history research that you'd like to share with a wider audience? Sandra Sider used CreateSpace to publish "Pioneering Quilt Artists, 1960 - 1980: A New Direction in American Art." You can do this, too!
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