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Weaving Iridescence by Bobbie Irwin

Title Weaving Iridescence
Author Bobbie Irwin
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Release 2017-09-01
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 144
ISBN 0811765806
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Iridescent fabric shimmers and glows, changing colors depending on how the light hits it. Different colors appear in the folds and pleats, adding surprising layers of color to fabric. To the uninformed it appears magical and difficult, but the truth is that weaving iridescent fabric is accessible to any handweaver who knows the tricks. Bobbie Irwin has been teaching the techniques for weaving iridescence in person and through articles for more than ten years. In this book, she delivers her most comprehensive course yet, covering the details from how to evaluate and choose yarn to achieve your desired effect to the ways weave structure affects iridescence to the best uses for your iridescent fabric. Hands-on project instructions will have you exploring what you've learned right away. If you have been looking to add some shimmer to your weaving, this is the only book you will ever need!

Title The Year of Secrets Love Confessions
Author Jessica Sorensen
Publisher Jessica Sorensen
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Category Young Adult Fiction
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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I used to be an artist and rarely got into trouble, but everything changed after my parents died. Now I'm the girl with secrets, and if anyone ever found out about them, I'd be in deep trouble. Which unfortunately, has happened. And whoever it is, is blackmailing me. I need to figure out who's doing this before I end up in a lot of trouble. That's where West comes in. West used to be my sworn enemy, but now I'm not sure what he is. Arrogant? Yes. A huge flirt? Definitely. But he's also offered to help me track down the blackmailer. And I think we might be starting to become friends. But if we don't solve the mystery fast, I'm going to be in major trouble. A sweet YA mystery romance serial series.

Iridescence by Samantha Mina

Title Iridescence
Author Samantha Mina
Publisher Samantha Mina
Release 2021-02-12
Category Fiction
Total Pages 438
ISBN 0999157744
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Spectrum Series Book 5 Nearly a decade has passed since the leadership decapitation of both the Conflagrian Revolution and the Nurro-Ichthyothian Resistance. Without Red Leader Scarlet July and Ichthyothian Diving Fleet Commander Cease Lechatelierite, the northwestern hemisphere of Second Earth has fallen prey to endless war, oppression, poverty and isolation. Heartbroken over the state of the world, the unfulfilled prophecy, the loss of his friends and the death of Scarlet and Cease’s unborn son, war veteran Nurtic Leavesleft retreats to civilian Nuria and resigns to living out his days in depressive monotony... until he unexpectedly comes across a peculiar child who strongly reminds him of the legendary comrades he lost, so long ago. Did covalent, iridescent Commence July Lechatelierite somehow survive Scarlet’s assassination and will Second Earth ever be the same because of it? The six-novel Spectrum series follows an eclectic cast of young adults fighting to survive and find their place and purpose in the wars plaguing the dystopian, future world of Second Earth. From fantastical world-building, to combat sequences, to geopolitics, to the exploration of a soldier's psyche, to racial and social commentary, to the turmoil and confusion that comes with the teenage years, to forbidden romance, this sextet is a fast-paced, character-driven, sci-fi/fantasy adventure for the Divergent and Hunger Games generation.

The Iridescence of Birds by Patricia MacLachlan

Title The Iridescence of Birds
Author Patricia MacLachlan
Publisher Roaring Brook Press
Release 2014-10-14
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 40
ISBN 1466876646
Language English, Spanish, and French
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If you were a boy named Henri Matisse who lived in a dreary town in northern France, what would your life be like? Would it be full of color and art? Full of lines and dancing figures? Find out in this beautiful, unusual picture book about one of the world's most famous and influential artists by acclaimed author and Newbery Medal-winning Patricia MacLachlan and innovative illustrator Hadley Hooper. A Neal Porter Book

Title The Splendor of Iridescence
Author Hilda Simon
Publisher Dodd Mead
Release 1971
Category Animals
Total Pages 268
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A remarkable aspect of this book is its combination of art and science. The author, an accomplished professional artist in the field of natural history, particularly in drawings of birds and insects, is the daughter of a scientist who specialized in optics and was an authority on light interference, the optical phenomenon which plays an important role here. It was this background which enabled the author to approach the subject in a refreshingly original way. What makes a blue bird blue? Why is its color fundamentally different from that of a red bird? What causes the iridescence of a hummingbird's throat? of a peacock's train? of a Morpho butterfly's wings? Why do so many brightly colored birds in museum collections soon fade to a dim washed-out hue, while the hummingbird and the peacock retain their brilliance almost indefinitely? Here we touch on the fundamental difference between structural and pigmentary, physical and chemical colors - a difference which is the main theme of this book - and the various ways in which these structural colors are produced in the tissues of living beings. Also unusual are the means and method of illustration and reproduction. Most illustrators desiring colored reproductions of their art paint colored pictures, and then turn these paintings over to the engraver or lithographer, who uses elaborate cameras with filters to separate the colors so that they can be printed in different inks. Instead of relying on mechanical filters, Hilda Simon translates in her mind each color into the percentages of its component colors. She then prepares in black pencil one separation for each of the four or five colors used in her illustrators. The results are astonishing and original. She has captured some of the most elusive colors as no other process can. Here are to be found, in scientific analysis and microscopic detail of feather structure as well as in all their glory, birds of all sorts from hummingbirds and sunbirds to peacocks, the fabled birds of Juno, and birds of paradise. Here we see the quetzal, symbol of ancient Aztec royalty and emblem of modern Guatemala. Here is a glittering array of iridescent tropical butterflies and moths, golden beetles that gleam like living embers, multicolored fish, shimmering opalescent shells, and even rainbow-hued snakes. -- from dust jacket.

Bernice P Bishop Museum Bulletin by Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum

Title Bernice P Bishop Museum Bulletin
Author Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum
Publisher
Release 1933
Category Ethnology
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Sotheby s Arcade Auctions
Author
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Release 1995
Category Art auctions
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Iridescence the Play of Colours by Peter & Peter & Snow

Title Iridescence the Play of Colours
Author Peter & Peter & Snow
Publisher
Release 2015-11-01
Category Color
Total Pages 112
ISBN 9780500500590
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book introduces and explains the mysterious capacity of the human eye to perceive the beautiful effects of iridescence, or non-pigmented colour, on a wide range of phenomena that seldom fail to capture our attention, and have particular applications in art and the environment. In this book, the shimmer of iridescent colours - on ancient glass, abalone and pearl shells, soap bubbles and oil slicks, rainbows, feathers of the peacock and rifle bird, butterfly wings and even computer discs - is both explained scientifically and presented via a range of spectacular images drawn from the natural world and the realm of world art. Iridescence is an important component in the arts of the Asia-Pacific region and Indigenous art of Australia, where pearl shell is frequently a major component and iridescent feathers are a feature of ceremonial dress. Iridescence is irresistible and wondrous to human eyes.

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