FREE MOBI ☆ DOC No One Saw Ordinary Things Through the Eyes of an Artist 9780761316480 Ð BOB RACZKA

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FREE MOBI ☆ DOC No One Saw Ordinary Things Through the Eyes of an Artist 9780761316480 Ð BOB RACZKA ´ With a simple rhyming text and beautifully reproduced paintings No One Saw explores modern art Each painting highlights the way in which the artist looked at the worldK at the oversized details of her calla lilies convinces us hat no one saw flowers like Georgia O'Keeffe A city becomes art when looked at by Kandinsky And Miro shows us the flight of a bird like w Short and sweet Raczka introduces many different types of artwork from many different artists and what they specialized in There is also a section in back with short biographies on the artists A really neat book

BOOK ó Ordinary Things Through the Eyes of an Artist É Bob Raczka

E've never seen it before The message is a clear one no two people see the world in exactly the same way There is beauty waiting to be seen and shared by you so be creative and important be yoursel Famous works of art in a fast page turner to help with recognition Worked great with my art program

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No One Saw Ordinary Things Through the Eyes of an ArtistWith a simple rhyming text and beautifully reproduced paintings No One Saw explores modern art Each painting highlights the way in which the artist looked at the world in his or her own way One loo With a short rhyming narrative and big pictures that depict artwork from sixteen different artists this book is a great introduction to art for children We read through the narrative twice; the first time as we pointed out the different things we saw in the pictures and the second time to fully appreciate the rhyme and flow of the narrative Some of the rhymes are a bit awkward but at least we learned how to pronounce the name Paul Klee klay Overall we loved the collection of artwork and we really liked reading the biographical notes at the end of the book Our girls liked talking about the different styles and techniues and our youngest told me how she would've replicated the soup cans over and over in Andy Warhol's One Hundred Cans She gave a thumbs up when I read how he did it in his biographical note I love that our girls are becoming very familiar with these and other famous imagesRead again on 15 April 2016 Even though the main narrative is a bit young for our girls we find that the book is still a wonderful tool to help all of us recognize famous paintings styles and artist techniues