Andy Warhol, 365 Takes
The Andy Warhol Museum Collection
Presents a fascinating collection of paintings, ephemera, and personal memorabilia from the collection of Pittsburgh's Andy Warhol Museum, accompanied by commentaries from members of the museum staff and quotes from the artist's own writings.
A Sculptor's Handbook
Covers clay, plaster building, mold-making, cement, stone carving, wood, plastic, metals, welding, bronze casting, and sand casting
Leonardo Da Vinci
Reproduces a selection of da Vinci's drawings and paintings and provides information on their meaning and background
School & Library
Although a classmate says that she cannot play Peter Pan in the school play because she is black, Grace discovers that she can do anything she sets her mind to do.
A brief introduction to Pissarro's work precede 40 color plates with a description of each
Examines the paintings of the modern American artist, looks at his role in the pop art movement, and discusses the techniques and major themes of his work
Learning to Look
A Handbook for the Visual Arts
2nd Edition Paperback
An illustrated beginner's guide to the visual arts examines specific art works, studies expression and construction of art, and discusses creative and technical processes of art
The Night of the Twisters
After a devastating tornado that destroyed his neighborhood and much of Grand Island, Nebraska, Dan Hatch--who survived with his baby brother and best friend--fears for the safety of the rest of his family
A Fine Disregard
What Makes Modern Art Modern
"1990, Small 4to, 319 pgs.
Sara Midda's South of France
A Sketch Book
From Sara Midda, the artist whose first book, In and Out of the Garden, evoked all the pleasures of the English garden and received international acclaim, comes a wondrous sketchbook from a year spent in the South of France--an artist's personal journal carried everywhere and crammed with drawings and notions and thoughts surprising and whimsical.
Sara Midda captures the land, the people, the shimmering air--the whole feeling of Provence and the Cote d' Azur and the spell they cast over even those who haven't been. Describing her own work, Sara Midda says: "It is an evocation, an interpretation of the everyday. It is making discoveries about ordinary things. It is not merely landscapes and buildings, but the artifacts that are the bricks and mortar of a culture."
The entire volume is printed on uncoated stock to convey the feeling and texture of an artist's sketchbook.