This book's playful, creative activities help you work through key topics in art.
Being an artist is as simple as creating art, [author] Amson-Bradshaw suggests in this hands-on creativity book. Chapters introduce concepts and techniques in approachable ways, with activities devoted to observing objects, creating images chat demonstrate perspective and depth, and filling in shades on a color wheel… [Illustrator] Russell integrates original illustrations with samples of classic art objects, presenting a visually engrossing template for readers' own work.
— This Book Thinks You're an Artist
Harriet Russell is a London-based artist. She has written and illustrated six books for children and is the illustrator of the activity series This Book Thinks You’re a …, which has sold in over twenty languages.
Caroline Osborne has taught art history for more than thirty years.
Laura Worsley is an art historian and teacher.