In my interview with Kate McKinnon, we discuss architecture, self-publishing vs. traditional publishing, and the ever morphing concepts in her latest work, Contemporary Geometric Beadwork. I hope you enjoy the interview!
54 days until the Bead & Button Show! I want to have a Bead Circle meetup of some kind where we all have lunch or dinner. I would love to meet listeners in person and hear your ideas and opinions. If you will be attending the show and want to meetup, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will get back to everyone with the date and time after I see how many are interested.
- Kate’s blog
- Kate’s architectural inspirations: John Lautner and Antoni Gaudi
- Book Order links: US/other, Europe, UK, and Canada.
- Book Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ContemporaryGeometricBeadwork
- Book Blog: http://beadmobile.wordpress.com/
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Want to win a copy of Contemporary Geometric Beadwork? All you have to do is leave a comment answering this question:
“What building or natural structure inspires you the most?”
Include links to your images because Kate will also create a piece of beadwork using the winner’s inspiration! Be sure to include your email address and I will choose the winner next Thursday.
Update: The winner of the copy of Contemporary Geometric Beadwork is Ronel Durandt! Kate was grateful to be reminded about the biological sketches of Ernst Haeckel. I agree, fabulous inspiration!