Books by Heather Caunt-Nulton

Printed books from major publishers:

Mehndi for the Inspired Artist: 50 contemporary patterns & projects inspired by traditional henna art

Author’s summary:
The intro to this book is especially useful as a summary of what artists looking to create projects using this style really need to know about the history of traditional henna body art. The main sections of the book are the step-by-step instructions for how to draw traditional henna-inspired motifs in any medium, as well as step-by-step instructions for a wide array of craft projects ranging from drums, to home decor, to jewelry. Note: it’s not a whole book on how to do traditional body art, although the intro and the drum/tambourine project do give you some useful info about it.


Self-published Ebooks of Henna Designs:
visit Heather’s henna supply website, ArtisticAdornment.com, for complete list, including the following highlights:

Dushanbe
Mauritania
Festival Henna: Simple Henna Designs for a Busy Booth
Festival Henna Fusion Favorites

 

Edited by Heather Caunt-Nulton:

(and amusingly irrelevant to the rest of this list):
BUCLD 31: Proceedings of the 31st annual Boston University Conference on Language Development