Thursday, May 26, 2016

Around the World...Free


I am excited to be a contributing artist in a newly released eBook called Around the World with 80 Artists: A Creative Art Academy Arts and Crafts Adventure. This compendium of art project tutorials was edited by Mahe Zahra Husain, includes the work of 80 artists and clocks in at 619 pages!

The book is available to download free for 5 days - the maximum amount of time allowed by Kindle. After the 5 days, the eBook will cost $14.99, with 20% going to The Malala Fund, helping to provide education to girls. Once you download the eBook, you will find a link to an accompanying workbook too.

Take a moment and click here for the download. There is  a lot of art, education and inspiration waiting for you there.

8 comments:

peggy gatto said...

Congratulations!!! It looks beautiful!

Carol Harlan said...

I don't have a Kindle. : (

Robert said...

How great this is, Seth! I've just scanned the first few pages (which look incredible!) but am anxious to look through the entire eBook in depth when I have the time to do so! Thanks for putting the link on your blog, Seth! Note to Carol: You can download the Kindle app on any device--smart phone, tablet (doesn't have to be a Kindle), PC, or Mac, and once you've done that you can download the book! Enjoy!

Shelby Pizzarro said...

CONGRATS!!! I can't wait to see your work. The book looks great! Again...congrats :-)

Nan G said...

Congrats Seth! I've downloaded my book and the workbook. Look forward to browsing and trying projects. p.s. I'm seeing your new dies and stamps popping up all over blogland! Congrats on those! p.s.2. I've used the alphabet circles on a recent painting. I'll have to take better pics and update my blog but they're there in the flower centers. ;)

Hazel Agnew said...

Thanks for letting us know Seth. Have just downloaded mine in the UK through Amazon uk. Lots of inspiration in there. Congrats on your piece too.

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Jo Murray said...

Goodonya Setho...thanks for the link. Amazing lot of inspiration here.