Sandrine Pelissier. Released 18th Sept 2018 by F + W Media, it's 144 pages and available in paperback and ebook formats.
The techniques she describes and the resultant artwork are very organic and flowing. This is not a slavish how-to manual. There's quite a lot of artist philosophy and the author spends a lot of time encouraging the reader to actively feel and experience the process.
Creating in a vacuum can be intimidating and stressful all by itself.. and the author suggests quite early on in the book that there's a facebook community dedicated to her students to share experiences and get feedback.
The book is full of rich photography and gallery shots of finished artworks for inspiration. There are also a number of 'action' shots of the artist at work.
She spends roughly 20% of the content on introduction and materials. There are a number of unusual combinations of materials used in this technique, and she spends a good amount of time explaining where and how they're used.
The following chapter includes a little bit of artistic philosophy. I liked the encouraging tone of the writing and the reassuring message: "Making Art Is Fun, So Enjoy the Process". It -should- be fun and time used without finished results isn't wasted; it's practice! (Everyone needs to hear that).
Roughly the next 10% of the book covers which materials to choose and picking a color scheme. This section also introduces the methods of building up the base (color) layers.
This book is lavishly photographed. The author shows her own work at every stage from beginning color layers to processing, covering the base layers, embellishing, and finishing.
I really think this would make a lovely addition to the painter's library or for would-be artists who are having trouble getting over their intimidation. She's a very exuberant and colorful teacher.
Disclosure: I received an ARC at no cost from the author/publisher for review purposes.