Readers sharpen their powers of observation and broaden their horizons as they learn to see life from new perspectives. The concepts of color, shape, line and tone, pattern and perspective are explored as each book explores the unique perspective artists bring to a specific topic, from family to food. A wide range of art styles and disciplines are presented, including painting, sculpture, textiles, illustration, and photography.
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