Threshold to Music, Musical Sketchbook I

Author: Mary Helen Richards

Publisher: Alfred Music


Category: Music

Page: 44

View: 349

A workbook for the first year of Threshold to Music with exercises in writing symbols and drawing pictures.


Valhalla Viking Norse Mythology for Men Women with God Odin Viking Design SketchBook Blank Unlined Notebook 110 Pages Journal for School Coworkers Sketching Drawomg to Write in Size 8. 5in X 11in

Author: Viking Design Blank Notebook




Page: 110

View: 916

Viking Design SketchBook Blank Unlined Notebook 110 Pages Journal for School Coworkers Sketching Drawomg to Write in Size 8.5in x 11in Vikings Creative Lovely Designed Notebook Can be used as a notebook - journal or composition book Printed on Bright White Paper High Quality Inside there is plenty of room for taking notes - writing stories - jotting lists - doodling - brainstorming - journaling.

Singapore Sketchbook

Author: Gretchen Liu

Publisher: Editions Didier Millet


Category: Art

Page: 96

View: 432

Singapore Sketchbook is a celebration of streets and buildings, classic scenes and marvelous architectural details. Singapore is a thriving, modern city; but a mixture of modernity and a rich heritage, often beautifully restored, gives it a unique character. The willingness to conserve the best of Singapore's old buildings, already well in evidence when the first edition of this book appeared, continues unabated and the results are recorded in paintings and pencil sketches produced specially for this new edition. A stroll through almost any part of the island will take you past enchanting restored shophouses and a variety of busy religious, civic and commercial structures.

Bahamas Sketchbook

Islands in the Sun


Publisher: Editions Didier Millet


Category: Art

Page: 72

View: 303

The 700 islands, cays and islets of the Bahamas are scattered across over 96,000 square miles of the Atlantic Ocean. Only 23 of the islands are inhabited, and amongst these, visitors will find an intriguing blend of the old and new, the expected and unexpected. The character of each island is different: there is San Salvador, with its turquoise waters that are perfect for diving, Inagua with its untamed wilderness and renowned wildlife, Grand Bahama with its glitz and glamour and New Providence with the bustling cosmopolitan capital, Nassau. Of those that travel in search of a paradise, many find it in the Bahamas. In the Bahamas Sketchbook, acclaimed watercolour artist Graham Byfield masterfully captures the spirit and character of these fames isles, transporting readers to this tranquil and captivating place where classic architecture is found alongside palm-fringed beaches.

Steampunk Sketchbook #1

Author: David Hutchison

Publisher: Antarctic Press


Category: Fiction

Page: 27

View: 830

Who knows what "steam pipe dreams" lurk within the hearts of men? We know...and now we'll share with you some of the most intriguing, elucidating sketches from the minds of one of our top artist-adventurers! Where might these glimpses into other worlds lead? That, only time will tell!

Carl Allen Schoner's Big Cartoon Sketchbook

Author: Carl Allen Schoner

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels


View: 503

This massive, 400+ page phonebook-size volume is both an extraordinary showcase of the artist's talents and wit, and a glimpse into the creative process of developing unique cartoon characters and style. Thousands of the artist's sketches, drawings and cartoons are included in this book - which spans twenty years of creative development - including 4 fully serialized newspaper style cartoon strips and hundreds of single panel magazine and free style cartoons. These cartoons are not only a distinctive, expressively drawn representation of the artist's style and technique, but they offer hilarious personal insights and are delightfully enlightening to read! This book is a MUST HAVE for anyone who is interested in the creative process of cartooning.

Sketchbook, Vol 2: December 1995 ? January 1996

Author: CEC



Category: Art

Page: 160

View: 121

The drawings in this sketchbook began December 1995 and finished in January 1996, all while CEC was attending Columbia College Chicago and working Room Service at Indian Lakes Resort. They serve as time capsules, evolutionary progress barometers, art study specimens, imagination permission slips, Inspirado channels, wonderment seeds and collaboration invites. As the wiseman, Professor of Philosophy Arnold Mamath, once said, "Things are more like they are NOW than they have EVER been before." In this day and age, we couldn't agree more.

The 'Wilson' Sketchbook

Author: Joseph Mallord William Turner



Category: Artists' preparatory studies

Page: 131

View: 382

A wartime sketchbook

Author: William Walton

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA


Category: Music

Page: 162

View: 177

for full orchestra

The Beethoven sketchbooks

a collection of unpublished miniatures

Author: Ludwig van Beethoven



Category: Piano music


View: 310

Kandinsky Drawings: Volume Two: Sketchbooks

Catalogue Raisonné

Author: Hans K. Roethel

Publisher: Philip Wilson Publishers, Limited


Category: Art

Page: 496

View: 326

This second volume in the two-volume catalogue raisonn� of Kandinsky's drawings is devoted to Kandinsky's thirty-eight sketchbooks. A companion to Volume One which focused on his individual drawings, it illustrates and documents his sketchbook pages, with drawings dating from 1889 to 1943, many of which have never before been published. This volume also includes a commentary essay by the author - an internationally recognized Kandinsky scholar - which addresses aspects of his work that have not previously been studied and sheds new light on the artist's creative process. Appendices include a range of rare wood sculptures and decorative objects that Kandinsky created and color reproductions of his paintings and watercolours not illustrated in previous volumes.

Escape from Berlin

Author: Irene N.Watts

Publisher: Tundra Books


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 432

View: 213

Good-bye Marianne - As autumn turns toward winter in 1938 Berlin, life for Marianne Kohn, a young Jewish girl, begins to crumble. First there was the burning of the neighborhood shops. Then her father, a bookseller, must leave the family and go into hiding. No longer allowed to go to school or even sit in a café, Marianne's only comfort is her beloved mother. Remember Me - Young Marianne is one of the lucky ones. She has escaped on the first Kindertransport organized to take Jewish children out of Germany to safety in Britain. At first Marianne is desperate. Marianne speaks little English and is made to feel unwelcomed in her sponsor's home and, most of all, she misses her mother terribly. As the months pass, she realizes that she cannot control the circumstances around her. She must rely on herself if she is to survive. Finding Sophie - Sophie Mandel was only seven years old when she arrived in London on the first Kindertransport from Germany. She has grown up with a friend of her parents, a woman she calls Aunt Em, and despite the war and its deprivations, she has made a good life for herself in England with her foster mother. She has even stopped thinking about the parents she left behind. Now the war is over, and fourteen-year-old Sophie is faced with a terrible dilemma. Where does she belong?