It's a clear call to the colors from the master of mixed media (Sticks, Spools and Feathers; Clay, Wood and Wire); it's a...

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It's a clear call to the colors from the master of mixed media (Sticks, Spools and Feathers; Clay, Wood and Wire); it's a simple text on traditional methods of painting which does not require a progressive school or a progressive parent in the background. Mr. Weiss covers the subject of color (and covers the pages with full-color illustrations); he shows how shapes and forms influence color and are influenced by it; he instructs on the use of various painting materials. Step-by-step demonstrations, starting from a photograph, explore the multiple possibilities of a single subject. This is a do-it-yourself, see-it-yourself approach that starts with the rules and ends with the imagination.

Pub Date: Nov. 1, 1966

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Publisher: Young Scott

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1966