DESIGN AS A DANDELION by

DESIGN AS A DANDELION

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A dull-witted lecture on art and nature which is likely to stifle the child's interest in both. ""Nature is the greatest designer of all. She makes few mistakes. That is why artists frequently turn to nature for inspiration... (A daisy) is always a pleasing design for daisies are happy flowers... Foliage, leaves and flowers are Nature's embroidery... The way Nature puts things together gives them texture... Nature combines many sizes, shapes, colors and textures in her designs to give them variety... Design is everywhere. It is for everyone. All you have to do is learn to see it. Open your eyes and take a big, long look."" Or better still, lie down in the grass and have a nice quiet snooze.

Pub Date: Oct. 24th, 1966
Publisher: Golden Gate