What Can Colors Do? introduces children to color through vibrant artworks that inspire curiosity, joy, and surprise in young learners. Colorful paintings, sculptures, and objects from the Philadelphia Museum of Art help children think about how artists use color. As children learn the basics of color theory, from mixing to contrast and color wheels, they answer engaging, thoughtful questions that bring the world of art and their own experiences together. A series of activities for kids to complete on their own, from a scavenger hunt to a color-inspired way to meditate, helps them to appreciate the beauty and complexity of the hues around us.
- Liz Yohlin Baill - 40 pages - 7.3 inches W x 8.8 inches L x 0.4 inches H - Hardcover - Princeton Architectural Press - Ages 4 - 8 - 2021 - Children's - Item #: 978-1616899660
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