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Ruth Asawa Read & Download í E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ä In this extraordinary picture book author Joan Schoettler imparts the life of a remarkable woman teacher and artist From the Japanese American internment camps to the creation of the San Francisco School of the Arts Ruth Asawa's life journey is one filled with injustice learIn this extraordinary picture book author Joan Schoettler imparts the life of a remarkable woman teacher and artist From the Japanese American internment camps to the creation of the San Francisco School of the Arts Ruth. Just discovered this incredible and child accessible book about seeing beauty and sharing creativity despite the darkness of Japanese internment camps of WWII It's tale of artistic vision persisting through adversity is so inspirational Hope it ends up in every children's library in the US and Canada Lovely illustrations throughout

Summary Ç E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Joan Schoettler

Asawa's life journey is one filled with injustice learning and expression Known as the Fountain Lady of San Francisco due to the many fountains she designed Asawa experimented with unconventional mediums using lines spa. Having read up recently on the artist Ruth Asawa I was pleased to find that this trim children’s book accurately covered what I consider to be a thorough overview of her life Well done

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Ruth AsawaCe and wire to create dimensional sculptures The thorough research of illustrator Traci Van Wagoner is vividly apparent in the dynamic depictions of Asawa and her life that are sure to fascinate and inspire young readers. A picture book biography of Japanese American artist Ruth Asawa who after being sent to the Japanese Internment camps during WWII went to art school and after an inspirational trip to Mexico started designing her uniue sculptures The book also highlights how she gave back to the community and encouraged the arts in childrenAsawa had a very uniue art style I'm not really familiar with her work but I loved learning about how she gave back to her community It would be interesting to hunt down her fountains in San Francisco Recommended for those looking for Asian American biographies sculptor biographies or San Francisco art installment observers