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"I love Susan's Art Lab series and reference them in the Art Studio often. They're easy to follow, full of images, and directed at open-ended exploration - exactly the kind of reference I need for my own busy home." - Meghan Burch, Art Studio Educator, The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Amherst, MA
Rainer Schwake is a versatile and talented media designer holding a masters degree in graphic design. His photography has been used in hundreds of business- and arts-related design works for print and websites. He is co-owner of artstream studios (www.artstreamstudios.com) and lives with his wife, Susan, in Rochester, NH.
Susan Schwake is an artist, art educator, author, and curator. Her passion for teaching art for more than 20 years has found her working in many diverse settings, as well as her own art school, which operates inconjunction with their gallery and design firm in New Hampshire, called artstream.
Susan exhibits her own artwork in galleries in the United States and Europe. To date, she has curated over 100 compelling contemporary exhibitions in her own gallery with hundreds of national and international artists' work. Susan has worked with many corporations installing original artwork from the gallery's stable of artists.
In keeping with her passion for art and teaching, Susan has offered, and continues to offer, workshops and programs to parents, teachers at universities, art studios, community organization, public and private schools, and most recently online with e-courses in teacher training, painting, printmaking and mixed media.
Even though I taught science, when I was teaching elementary grades, the students created a lot of diagrams and pictures as part of lessons. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Mary Nelson
I'm enjoying this book as well as showing it to my neices & teenage friends who love various art mediums to explore! I give it a "thumbs up!"Published 6 days ago by Molly Martino
This seems like a cool art project book, but it is NOT for all ages! It's VERY WORDY, with little to no pictures, demonstrations, etc. Definitely for older kids.Published 14 days ago by JKG
I checked this book out from the library after reading the reviews. I am a homeschooling mother with a science degree and no art background. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kttapps
Not exactly what I thought it was going to be. Thought it might have better ideas and be more of a kit.Published 2 months ago by MSTG
I have experimented with the many mediums of art many times before and my students have enjoyed it. Sometimes when it comes to art, "It is nothing new under the sun". Read morePublished 3 months ago by Patricia Lambert
This book has come in handy with the grandkids for summer projects.Published 3 months ago by Stormy
This had several projects I could use for my 6 to 9 year olds. Colorful pictures and easy to follow instructions.Published 4 months ago by Barbara Doberenz