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No One Saw: Ordinary Things Through the Eyes of an Artist Bob Raczka No One Saw Ordinary Things Through the Eyes of an Artist With a simple rhyming text and beautifully reproduced paintings No One Saw explores modern art Each painting highlights the way in which the artist looked at the world in his or her own way One look

  • Title: No One Saw: Ordinary Things Through the Eyes of an Artist
  • Author: Bob Raczka
  • ISBN: 9780761316480
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Paperback
  • No One Saw: Ordinary Things Through the Eyes of an Artist Bob Raczka With a simple, rhyming text and beautifully reproduced paintings, No One Saw explores modern art Each painting highlights the way in which the artist looked at the world in his or her own way One look at the oversized details of her calla lilies convinces us hat no one saw flowers like Georgia O Keeffe A city becomes art when looked at by Kandinsky And Miro shows us thWith a simple, rhyming text and beautifully reproduced paintings, No One Saw explores modern art Each painting highlights the way in which the artist looked at the world in his or her own way One look at the oversized details of her calla lilies convinces us hat no one saw flowers like Georgia O Keeffe A city becomes art when looked at by Kandinsky And Miro shows us the flight of a bird like we ve never seen it before The message is a clear one no two people see the world in exactly the same way There is beauty waiting to be seen and shared by you, so be creative and, important, be yourself
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    1. With a short, rhyming narrative and big pictures that depict artwork from sixteen different artists, this book is a great introduction to art for children We read through the narrative twice the first time as we pointed out the different things we saw in the pictures, and the second time to fully appreciate the rhyme and flow of the narrative Some of the rhymes are a bit awkward, but at least we learned how to pronounce the name Paul Klee klay Overall, we loved the collection of artwork and we [...]

    2. This is the second book by Bob Raczka that I have read and plan to read most of his I was thrilled with the first one, but this one didn t teach me in an engaging way It is simply one painting per page and says for example, No one saw stars like Van Gogh Yes, I do totally understand that the eyes of each artist see the world differently, but this book didn t show or teach me anything about that idea While this is written for children, art knows no age boundaries making this a title for all ages [...]

    3. No One Saw, Ordinary Things Through the Eyes of an Artist is a simple yet beautiful picture book displaying sixteen well known paintings by sixteen renowned artists such as Vincent van Gogh, Andy Warhol, Rene Magritte and Georgia O Keeffe Each page focuses on the artist s unique strengths that helped make their work stand out The afterward portion has a brief summary about every artist s dates of life and what style of art they were known for.

    4. Beautiful book of well known art, with comments by the author Each piece illuminates the art, would be wonderful to use as a starter for an art project For example, the book shows the art piece A Basket of Apples by Paul C zanne, and Raczka writes, No one saw apples like Paul C zanne And for One Hundred Cans by Andy Warhol, the words are No one saw soup like Andy Warhol There is a list of the paintings in the back matter and short biographies of each artist.

    5. I love the idea, but it s too simplistic he doesn t explain why the artists drew the way they did for the most part there is a brief paragraph for each artist at the end Also, the names of the paintings should have been on the page with the painting, not at the end.I d love an expansion on this idea Oh, and the dedication is lovely.

    6. Short and sweet, Raczka introduces many different types of artwork from many different artists and what they specialized in There is also a section in back with short biographies on the artists A really neat book.

    7. Personal Response As someone who loves art, I was familiar with most of the paintings and artists shown in this book I enjoyed seeing them in a children s book and I loved the message of the book that no two people see the world in the same way These artists all expressed what they saw in completely different ways Even though children are not yet able to analyze and understand these paintings, it is beneficial to expose them to these famous paintings early Purposes ages 6 9 Read Aloud for Enrich [...]

    8. Artist express their own point of view And nobody sees the world like you This book points out how nobody sees things the same way and how each artist has seen and created things in a unique way This book has little words and describes what the author was painting in a kid friendly way No one saw stars like Vincent van Gogh To students this may just be a piece of art and they probably have questions about what this picture means or think it is just the sky I love the fact that there is a list of [...]

    9. A lovely gift from M Shelden.Inside Cover With a simple, rhyming text and beautifully reproduced paintings, NOS explores modern art Each painting highlights the way in which the artist looked at the world in his or her own way One look at the oversized details of her calla lilies convinces us that no one saw flowers like Georgia O Keefe A city becomes art when looked at by Kandinsky And Miro shows us the flight of a bird like we ve never seen before The message is a clear one no two people see t [...]

    10. I loved this book Great examples of some the popular artists, but I like how there is a bit of narrative and the art is of course great It s also nice how there is a bit of a biography of the artists at the end Besides seeing one of their art pieces you get to learn about them Great to have in any classroom or at home.

    11. A simple yet effective introduction to various artists emphasizing the special way they saw regular things like hay and cities and apples Each image could easily stir up discussions and encourage children to attempt a variety of styles as well as explore how they see the world A helpful list of paintings and biographical notes are in the back.

    12. American Gothic is actually is actually a painting of a farmer and his daughter, not his wife I learned this from the artist bios in the back of this book.This is a nice introduction to art And a great thought that none of us sees the world in exactly the same way.

    13. I just love this book Great introduction to famous paintings and the concept of artistic point of view and interpretation of the world Includes a list of the paintings and biographical notes about each artist with pronunciation

    14. Love that it introduced artists in a light hearted manor for my 6 yr old She enjoyed the pictures, but really got excited when I said, I ve been to Claude Monets home.

    15. Are an artists eyes different How do they see the world that allows these great works to emerge Explore how to see through an artist s eyes and find your own vision in the ordinary world.

    16. I liked this because it exposes children to a wide variety of art, and it encourages them to be an artist with their own point of view.

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