Botched Execution

Selected Works by Heidi Schwegler 2004-2015

This publication created by The Art Gym at Marylhurst University presents a selection of works by 2010 Hallie Ford Fellow Heidi Schwegler. Schwegler received a master of fine arts in metalsmithing from the University of Oregon. She works with a variety of materials, including metal, resin, found objects and digital imagery. Limited availability.
142 pages. ©2015.
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Reader Reviews for this Book

Kat

Review posted December 28, 2019

5

I've seen Heidi Schwegler's work at the Portland Art Museum and I was excited to see that there was a catalog of her work. It was really interesting and thought provoking.

aileahd

Review posted December 8, 2019

3

Interesting...opened my eyes to a different form of art.

Jeffheiman

Review posted December 6, 2019

3

Interesting concept. The photos are provoking and well taken. I agree with the artists fascination with the discarded and thrown away. Only complaint is the format is not great for seeing many of the photos... split in the middle. The editing and formatting is not very professional

Alisha_22708

Review posted June 6, 2019

3

I had a hard time getting into this book

jackiebanducci

Review posted May 7, 2019

5

It was a nice collection of art work.

Harmabee

Review posted March 20, 2019

4

This book had very interesting photos and concept, along with a couple extras. I really liked the photography style and the casting the photographer chose. It was unique and an interesting look into different perspectives of our surroundings. My favorite parts were the little notes in the corner of details of lost people, I found that intriguing and haven't seen it done before, I also really liked the self portraits. I'd definitely recommend checking it out.

miladymurderer

Review posted February 28, 2019

5

Very beautiful pieces

sparmer

Review posted February 13, 2019

5

This book 'Botched Execution: Selected Works by Heidi Schwegler 2004-2015' is very well done! It is beautiful and ugly, sad and joyous, funny and intriguing... I really enjoyed her art and the way she presents it all. If you like a stranger kind of art, this book is for you!