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Maker-Artists of Milton Keynes (Hardback)
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Maker-Artists of Milton Keynes (Hardback)

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Hardback 144 Pages / Published: 08/03/2017
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As Milton Keynes celebrates its 50th birthday, Maker-Artists of Milton Keynes delves into the lives and work of twenty-five makers of hand-crafted artistic objects who are based in the city today. The featured maker-artists are chosen for the ways in which their use of the traditional materials of ceramics, wood, metal, glass and textiles, in the words of William Morris, `beautifies the familiar matters of the everyday'. As well as exploring their skills and displaying the delightful objects they make, this book uncovers the maker-artists' networks of local links to people and places. Illustrated with beautiful colour photographs, this book explores how the landscape of Milton Keynes, from the recently built ultra-modern to the enduring pockets of historic buildings, stimulates and enhances the artistic lives of the makers.

Publisher: The History Press Ltd
ISBN: 9780750981156
Number of pages: 144
Dimensions: 226 x 248 mm

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