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Art In Action by Nicholas Wolterstorff
From the perspective of Christian theology, discusses aesthetics, the philosophy of art, and the role of art in urban life
Art In Action by John Franklin White
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Art In Action by Guy Hubbard
Sequential lessons explore the four art disciplines: aesthetic perception, creative expression, art heritage, and aesthetic valuing. Incorporates creation of art works by students in a variety of media and techniques. No art background for the teacher is assumed or required.
Art In Action by Ellen G. Levine
The book's contributors explore the transformative power of the arts therapies in areas stricken by conflict and discuss how and why expressive arts works. They look at the ways it can be used to engage community consciousness and improve social conditions whilst taking into account the issues that arise within different contexts and populations.
Art In Action by Lisa Thompson
Discusses the duties and responsibilities of an animator, the education and training needed, and the different types of careers available, and chronicles a day in the life of an animator.
"Collection of stories and work from seventy-nine artists, as relating to the natural world"--Provided by publisher.
Martial Arts In Action by Heather Levigne
Defines martial arts and different disciplies such as karate and judo, and discusses clothing, warming up, and basic moves.
Art In Action One by Maja Pitamic
Elementary art projects inspire childrens' creative abilities using interesting real-life art examples.
Art In Action Enrichment Program by Coronado
George Bellows by Mary Sayre Haverstock
George Wesley Bellows (1882-1925) painted American life in action. From prizefights and polo matches to children playing on the banks of a river, his subjects reflect his vivacious approach to the world around him. A major realist painter, his vigorous brushstrokes also compose landscapes of remote areas of natural beauty, scenes of bustling city streets, and intimate portraits of society figures, friends, and family. All dynamics of early twentieth-century America fill Bellows's canvases and prints. Bellows studied at the New York School of Art under Robert Henri and became one of the leading artists of the Ashcan school. His technical brilliance and vibrant realism were celebrated from early in his career, and at the age of twenty-six he became one of the youngest artists ever to be elected to the National Academy of Design in New York. Bellows exhibited often, to great acclaim, and completed many significant commissions, achieving a powerfully impressive body of work before his sudden death in his early forties. This book brings together the most important works of Bellows's short but prolific career, combining them with an in-depth biography of the artist. Photographs of family and friends, as well as of Bellows himself throughout his life, illuminate the text and complete this portrait of George Bellows, the artist and the man.