101 Cross Stitch Patterns For Every Season by Nancy Harris

By Nancy Harris

Неповторимая красота первого весеннего цветения, теплого летнего бриза или морозный зимний пейзаж из окна нашли своё воплощение в дизайнах для вышивки, представленных в этой книге. При надлежащем старании эти вышитые картины будут восхищать Ваш взор долгие годы.

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16 Given the times—the 1940s—the views of the child that Lowenfeld and Read promulgated fell on receptive ears and eyes. When a nation is fighting a war to banish totalitarianism, it is not surprising that a conception of art education that gives center stage to the cultivation and protection of what was most individual about the child would find a receptive audience. Both Lowenfeld’s and Read’s ideas about human nature had a psychodynamic quality. In Read’s case the influence came from Carl Jung, in Lowenfeld’s from Freud.

We not only can generate in the mind’s eye a visual image; we can see that image even while hearing music “around” it. We can taste a banana without actually tasting it. We can envision an opera without actually seeing or hearing it. Our capacity to envision is transformed by the effort to represent what we have experienced. Representation can be pursued in any material or form that can be crafted; thus, the same theme can be danced, painted, or described literally or poetically. In a metaphorical sense, becoming multiliterate means being able to inscribe or decode meaning in different forms of representation.

Iconologists study symbols that do not necessarily look like what they refer to or represent but that nevertheless refer to them: the golden fleece, the mirror, the cross, the key, the lantern all have iconographic meaning. A viewer would need to understand the significance of these signs and symbols in order to secure a “full reading” of the picture. What we find in looking at art is that artists often employ all three modes of treatment in the same work. And so too do children. The ability to create images in which mimesis, expressiveness, and conventional signs convey the creator’s aims is a sub- 18 ROLE OF ARTS IN TRANSFORMING CONSCIOUSNESS stantial cognitive accomplishment.

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