Art in a Box by Sarah Richardson
  

Synopsis

Art in a Box by Sarah Richardson

This title contains: 20 colour A5 cards; Glossary of key terms; Practical tips; and, Colour Wheel. It is suitable for 5 to 11 year olds. This new edition of the hugely successful Art in a Box is an ideal way of introducing children to the world of art and encouraging them to use their own artistic creativity. Ideal for children's entertainment at home or as a resource for teachers in the classroom, Art in a Box contains twenty A5 cards each depicting a work of art from Tate's collection, with a range of related art activities detailed on the reverse including painting, collage, textile, photography and sculpture. Art in a Box will inspire younger audiences to create their own art-related works, while also providing an introduction to key works by artists, including Pablo Picasso, Chris Ofili, Barbara Hepworth, Jackson Pollock and Henry Moore.

About the Author

Sarah Richardson

Sarah Richardson is an artist who has taught art in a number of London schools, as well as teaching on courses for PGCE student teachers at Goldsmiths and the Institute of Education. She is the author of the best-selling Art in a Box, which won the 2006 Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Award in the USA.

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Format

Cards
20 pages

Author

Sarah Richardson
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Publication date

1st April 2010

ISBN

9781854379276


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