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Berry Smudges & Leaf Prints: Finding & Making Colors From Nature
Ellen B. Senisi
Have you ever wondered how people painted, wrote, or drew before there were paints, pencils, or crayons to buy? Their art supplies came from nature. In this unique art book, there are more than a dozen projects to make, all colored with plants & fruits that you can find in yards, parks, gardens, or the produce section of your grocery store. You will discover that green leaves make printed patterns, spinach can be simmered into ink, certain flowers & berries work like paint, & more. Many of the feelings & meanings that colors have for us come from the role they play in nature. Shows the beauty of nature’s hues & offers craft projects for each one. For young artists, this is a new way to think about color & to appreciate the outdoors. Color illustrations.
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