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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Seonaid M. Robertson
  • ISBN:
    0882143190
  • ISBN13:
    978-0882143194
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  • Publisher:
    Spring Publications (September 11, 1998)
  • Pages:
    216 pages
  • Subcategory:
    History & Criticism
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by Seonaid M Robertson. ISBN13: 9780882140018.

A classic work in art education by one of the field s great practitioners. With care and precision, Seonaid Robertson explores the connection between art and soul

A classic work in art education by one of the field s great practitioners. With care and precision, Seonaid Robertson explores the connection between art and soul. Focusing on the drawings of children and adolescents, she views these first products of the imagination against the background of artistic and cultural history. com User, June 7, 2000.

Rosegarden and labyrinth. Seonaid M. Rosegarden and labyrinth. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Rosegarden and labyrinth from your list? Rosegarden and labyrinth. a study in art education. by Seonaid M. Published 1963 by Routledge & K. Paul in London. Robertson - 1963 - Routledge and Kegan Paul. Rosegarden and Labyrinth: A Study in Art Education": Seonaid M. Lorna Selfe - 1983 - British Journal of Aesthetics 23 (3):268. The Idea of Labyrinth (Migong) in Chinese Building Tradition. Zou - 2012 - Journal of Aesthetic Education 46 (4):85. The Labyrinth a Theory of Knowledge Leading to a Reform in Education. Andrea Pontoni - 1964. Higher Education as a Field of Study in China: Defining Knowledge and Curriculum Structure. Xin Wang - 2010 - Lexington Books.

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Scott Robertson has almost two decades of experience teaching how to design, draw, and render at the highest college level. He has authored or co-authored 11 books on design and concept art. In addition to books, he has co-produced over 40 educational DVDs with The Gnomon Workshop, of which nine feature his own lectures. For several years, Scott chaired the Entertainment Design department at Art Center College of Design. He frequently lectures around the world for various corporations, colleges, and through his own workshop brand, SRW.

A classic work in art education by one of the field’s great practitioners. With care and precision, Seonaid Robertson explores the connection between art and soul. Focusing on the drawings of children and adolescents, she views these first products of the imagination against the background of artistic and cultural history.

HeonIc
I love this book but I never received my order.
Sharpbinder
The package arrived battered and the spine was torn.
Blackredeemer
I'm so glad this book remains in print, because it is one of the best ever written about art, education, and the nurturing of beauty & creativity. The author begins with an acount of introducing basic clay sculpting to the sons of English coal miners, which is described with great respect for their own needs & unexplored capabilities. This sense of empathy & understanding is what struck me immediately, recognizing as it does the importance of teaching as a humane art, not merely a collection of sterile techniques to which all must conform. The author was not only communicating her hard-won knowledge, but her own innate decency & basic human courtesy to her students. In the decades since this book was first written, too much of public education has gone the other way; this is a reminder of what true education is & should be.

But there's more to the book. It goes on to explore the ways in which archetypal images of garden & labyrinth emerge from the art of her students -- perhaps crude & naive at first, but always honest & heartfelt. This makes clear the truth that true education is not something that's force-fed to unwilling children, but is instead a guiding of the soul, and that with a very light touch. Again, this is something that's all but been forgotten in recent years, with the emphasis on education being more about earning very expensive working papers by reguritating the required facts for the test, rather than actually learning as a whole human being-in-progress.

As the book goes on, we're given a history of the garden & the labyrinth in sacred art from many cultures, even as we see how children naturally reproduce these images in their own art. Examples of both classic art & the children's art are provided in the text. Most of all, we're reminded that the making of art is essentially a soul-making practice, and that education is something that beings long before the classroom & continues well after it ... or should, anyway. These days that's not so certain, which doesn't bode well for society.

I stumbled onto this book at a library book sale, knowing nothing about it, buying it because it looked intriguing, That impluse served me well. This is a small, quiet masterpiece that has much to say & teach about the forming of a real & whole human being, one of depth & imagination. It's a vital lesson urgently needed today -- most highly recommended!
Twentyfirstfinger
An engrossing account of a novice teacher sent to teach art to the children of British coal miners. Her description of how she used clay modeling to engage her students and unlock their expressiveness is riveting.