Paper Weaving – Still Life Paintings

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This book is composed of 25 weaving activities. Each designed to allow users to get a good concept of the weaving process and the necessary dexterity and interest in the creative capacity of weaving to move on to more complicated work.

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This book is composed of weaving activities. Each designed to allow users to get a good concept of the weaving process and the necessary dexterity and interest in the creative capacity of weaving to move on to more complicated work.

Artists and Paintings featured in this weaving book:

      • James Peale – American
        Still Life: Balsam Apple and Vegetables, ca. 1820s
      • Paul Cezanne – French
        Still Life with Apples and a Pot of Primroses
        ca. 1890
      • Raphaelle Peale
        Still life with cake, 1818
      • Camille Pissarro – French
        Still Life with Apples and Pitcher, 1872
      • Paul Cezanne – French
        Still life with apples and pears, ca. 1891-92
      • Paul Gauguin – French
        Still Life with Teapot and Fruit, 1896
      • Paul Cezanne – French
        Still life with a ginger jar and eggplants, 1893-94
      • Henri Fantin-Latour – French
        Still life with flowers and fruit, 1866
      • Vincent Van Gogh – Dutch
        Oleanders, 1888
      • Edouard Manet – French
        Stawberries, ca. 1882
      • John William Hill – American, born England
        Plums
        1870
      • Chen Chun
        Garden Flowers, 1540

Precursor to this book:
Wide-Weave Paper Weaving Books

Suitable for children as young as 3 years depending on attention span and dexterity. Perfect for children 5 years and up.  Reasoning: Weaving is a sequential and repetitive process that requires concentration and extended focus to perform to completion. Children from 3-5years old are in a prime period to develop and hone their focus and concentration, accuracy and control of piece-wise constructs.

This book works with users:

  • Sequencing, Order and Logic Skills
  • Fine-Motor Dexterity and Control
  • Visual Perception
  • Visual Discrimination
  • Visual Processing
  • Visual Spatial Recognition
  • Visual Motor Integration

Additional information

Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 11 × 9 × .25 in

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