Sterling Publishing

Sterling Publishing Co., Inc., is one of the world’s leading publishers of nonfiction titles with more than 5,000 books in print, including book about Arts & Culture.

Among its bestselling titles are Windows on the World Complete Wine Course, The Good Housekeeping Cookbook, The Big Book of Knitting, Chapman Piloting & Seamanship, the Poetry for Young People series, and The Cosmo Kama Sutra.

[9780981582801]Nantucket: Portrait of an American Town by Mary Haft published by Windcliff Press in 2008. This fully illustrated with black and white photographs by Mary Haft title explores beauty of Nantucket. She captured the island’s unique world with his spirit and beauty. Mary is a writer, producer, and founder of Haft Productions. This book was written and photographed to honor the island and its community and is a modern look at Nantucket.

[1579904890]The New Directions in Metal Clay by CeCe Wire published by Sterling Publishers (Lark Books) in 2007. Author of the New Directions in Metal Clay CeCe Wire lives in Fort Collins, Colorado. Her work has been exhibited nationally since 1993. Most recently her metal clay Barns and Silos Series was featured in a group exhibition in Barcelona, Spain. She served as the Executive Director of the Precious Metal Clay Guild, an international organization created to inform, educate, & provide technical assistance to anyone working with metal clay. It is her second book devoted to metal clay jewelry.
She writes about the basics, including the types of clay that are available; she writes how to set up a work space, introduces the newest, most innovative techniques, and presents 25 exquisite projects. These projects will enable you to create one-of-a-kind designs using metal clay...

Modern Jewelry From Modular Parts by Marthe Le Van published by Sterling Publishing in 2007. In this title readers will find some projects which put [1600590470]everyday materials to imaginative uses, like the steel washers & shimmering spray pain in Joanna Gollberg's cerulean Necklace, or the copper plumbing connector in Christina Dhein's Bubbles Ring. Amy Tavern's Geometry Necklace and Earrings combine jewelry components you can order from catalog into a clever design... A group of 24 innovative artists has arranged everyday modular objects to form visually arresting designs. You will employ a rage of techniques - including sawing, drilling, soldering - to fashion these projects at home.

[1600590306]Simple Soldered Jewelry & Accessories by Lisa Bluhm published by Sterling Publishing in 2007. It is a crafter's guide to fashioning necklaces, earrings, bracelets & more. Lisa Bluhm has recently launched Simply Swak L.L.C., an enterprise specializing in soldered art materials & designs. In this book she shows how easy it is to make interesting and more complex pieces of jewelry by combining individual soldered pieces.
This title is an easy-to-follow guide that introduces you to the joy of making soldered jewelry and decorative items for your home. If you can use a glue gun, you can use a soldering iron.
First chapters show the tools to get started and introduce you to the simple technique. Lisa recommends practicing the various techniques... You can make an exquisite jewelry & beautifully transforming ordinary household objects...

The Goldsmithing & Silver Work by Carles Codina published by Sterling Publishing in 2007. Hundreds of color photographs illustrate both the methods &[1600591345] rich variety of beautiful pieces created by artists. Goldsmithing & Silver Work is based on the open, social perspective that this diverse trade is a unique profession that allows different view points & styles. The main purpose of this book is not practical and artistic training for the reader. This book were conceived more on an emotional level, & helps to understand jewelry. Carles Codina born in Mollet del Vales, Spain, in 1961. he is a practicing jeweler & also teaches jewelry design at Barcelona's Massana School. He also wrote The Compete Guide to Jewelry Making (2000.)

Get Your House Right: Architectural Elements to Use & Avoid by Marianne Cusato & Ben Pentreath with Richard Sammons & Leon Krier published by Sterling Publishing in 2007. This comprehensive guide explains why so many of today’s traditional-style buildings miss the mark. This title describes the essential elements of a house and how to use them, stage of design and construction process. Fully illustrated, this book connects the art of building to the larger issues of present time and the consequences.

Founded in 1949, Sterling publishes a wide range of nonfiction and illustrated books, consisting primarily of reference and “how-to” titles on subjects such as the following:

  • Body, Mind & Spirit
  • History
  • Lifestyle
  • Sterling also publishes books for a number of brands, including Mensa, The AARP and the DIY Network.

    The Lark Books imprint creates books that are beautiful, informative, fun on subjects such as crafting, decorating, outdoor living, children’s, & photography, including branded books by Kodak and Magic Lantern.

    Under the Hearst imprint Sterling publishes books for eighteen well-loved magazines including Good Housekeeping, Popular Mechanics, Town & Country, Cosmopolitan, Country Living, Redbook, and House Beautiful.

    Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Barnes & Noble, Inc.


    Book Publishing

  • More pages