Transparent Window Scenes Through the Year

Michaela Kronshage and Sylvia Schwartz; Translated by Anna Cardwell

Price:
£9.99
Availability:
Available to buy

Quick Look

  • Each light-filled project captures the mood of the seasons
  • Teaches readers about layering colours
  • Full instructions and templates included

Make beautiful seasonal window scenes for a home or school with the patterns and templates in this book.

Format:
paperback
Size:
229 x 210 mm
Publisher:
Floris Books
Subject:
Crafts & Activities
Illustrations:
colour illustrations and b/w diagrams
Extent:
60 pages
ISBN:
9781782503255
Publication date:
15 Sep 2016

Description

'Humans experience great joy in colours. The eye needs them as it needs the light.'
-- J.W. Goethe

Beautiful tissue-paper window scenes are a lovely way to bring colour and light into a home or classroom. This book has full instructions and templates for making a range of striking window transparencies that capture the mood of the seasons: yellow daffodils for spring, a red sailing boat for summer, orange leaves in autumn, a blue sled for snowy winter.

Children will love seeing the transformation when colours are layered and the light falls through them. The projects in this book will support both beginner and expert, teachers of parents in developing cutting and layering skills, and sparking children's imaginations.

Reviews

'This is an inspiring book for those with an artistic nature, and are new to the art form. Several of the pictures are truly inspired and produce spectacular results.'
--Louise Jefferies

Author

Michaela Kronshage is an experienced Steiner-Waldorf kindergarten teacher working in Germany. She has a passion for photography, documenting travels and life with children and capturing 'little things at the edges of life'.

Sylvia Schwartz is an experienced Steiner-Waldorf class teacher in Germany, with particular expertise in painting, glass painting and stonework.

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