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Books and Publications

Following here are books and publications that John has either contributed to, illustrated, or that he has been featured in. Any appearances in 'Most Wanted' lists have been omitted.
The Summer 2011 edition of the online magazine, Wildlife Art Journal  premium article is on John Potter .   Click here to see the article.     Or cut and paste this link:   http://wildlifeartjournal.com/articles/wildlife-art-journal-premium-content/summer-2011/199/indigenous.html
Artist Focus, Western Art Collector magazine, November 2010

"Jackson Hole's CARL Discovers Wildlife Art"

   (ages 3 to 10 years)
  Written by Lynn Estes Friess
  Illustrated by John Potter

  This delightful tale introduces children to an inquisitive chipmunk named Carl, who, through hard work and diligent study, achieves a very worthy goal that he has set for himself.
 
"Carl" endeavors to connect children to the outstanding exhibitions and fun programs for visitors of all ages available at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Wyoming.

  Available through the National Museum of Wildlife Art    www.wildlifeart.org

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 Sketchbook Confidential

Secrets from the private sketches of over 40 master artists

Edited by Pamela Wissman and Stefanie Laufersweiler
 

 Step inside some of art’s most creative minds!

 

Pulsing with ideas, energy and inspiration, Sketchbook Confidential offers a rare peek inside the personal sketchbooks of 40+ master artists. From colorful painted sketches to spontaneous napkin doodles, from the intensely personal to the purely whimsical, most of the work here was produced quickly and never intended for public view. It is honest and immediate, fresh and fearless.

In their own words, the artists share the intentions and inspirations behind their sketching. For some, it is a cherished, everyday habit—a way of wandering through the ideas in their mind, playing around with new subjects, or just having some anything-goes kind of fun. For others, sketching is a deliberate tool for problem-solving—working through a composition, capturing a moment’s light or test-driving a color scheme.

 As you turn the pages you’ll be immersed in the creative processes of these individuals, arriving on the other side with a feeling of kinship and a renewed desire to boldly capture life in your own sketchbooks!

 $24.99, ISBN 978-1-4403-0859-8

Paperback with Flaps, 176 pages, Z9317

Art Reference

October/November 2010

 Published by North Light Books, An imprint of F+W Media, Inc.

 
 

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