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The Kitchen Art Studio

Peter Jenney

$12.95

     4.12 × 5.8 in (10.5 × 14.7 cm)
Paperback
240 pages
130 color illustrations, 50 b/w illustrations
Imprint: PAPress
Publication date: 05/05/2015
Rights: World
ISBN: 9781616893651


The Kitchen Art Studio turns the old adage "Don't play with your food" on its head by encouraging readers to discover the creative energy hidden in their pantry. In Peter Jenny's playful exercises, broccoli becomes material for sculpture, a cookie depicts the waning moon, cherry stems form captivating patterns, and spoons inspire performance art.
  • Praise for the Learning to See series:
  • They're a quick read and really engaging; especially if you haven't drawn for a while but would like to. It's how to draw for grown ups with loads of exercises and ways to approach making marks that I'd not given any thought to since life drawing classes at college, plus loads of techniques I've never tried before." --Ace Jet 170
  • "These handy take-along sized books are perfect for all ages interested in wanting to improve their drawing skills." --Whipup.net
  • The bestselling Learning to See series offers a mix of inspiration, encouragement, and easy-to-complete exercises that will have you confidently filling the pages of your sketchbook in short order. Each pocket-sized volume begins with a short introduction by author Peter Jenny, followed by twenty-two engaging exercises that help readers discover their own individual art-making style. Jenny is professor emeritus and chair of visual design at the famous ETH Zurich in Switzerland.

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