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Artist Carlo LoRaso drew a large crowd on a snowy Sunday afternoon! (at Westerville Public Library)
americanlibraryassoc: It’s Leo Tolstoy’s 186th birthday! Artist Roman Muradov illustrated this amazing set of pictures for Google depicting Tolstoy and his masterpieces.
Art area @ann arbor public library youth space- playing library tourist today
Wire sculptures & mobiles a la Alexander (Sandy) Calder at a recent Picture This program @westervlibrary.
Magritte’s Marvelous Hat by D.B. Johnson is a wonder – just look at the illustrations and then at Magritte’s work … so many aha moments! And the kids really responded to Magritte – such creativity! Picture This: Fine Art Edition, … Continue reading
At the first Picture This program of the summer, we studied Chuck Close’s grids & Frida Kahlo’s emotions.(with @Rebecca_Oneil). Picture This is for children entering grades 3-5 in the fall. We introduce children’s books and then make art in the … Continue reading