"This is a book to experience rather than one to read, filled with illustrative subtleties of shape, form, color and expression."—InfoDad
Bold lines, soft shapes, and happy colors form the birds in BirdWingFeather
. On the right-hand page appears a painting of a lovely bird against a colorful sky. On the left-hand page appears a detail set of the painting—some details children will be able to easily recognize, while others might prove to be a bit more challenging. A bird’s wing, an eye, a triangular shape, or a gentle curve—these shapes and colors will appeal to even the youngest viewer. Author Siri Schillios provides a charming introduction to this elegant exercise in seeing.About the AUTHOR
Siri Schillios lives in Portland, Oregon, surrounded by an exceptionally colorful garden that has become the happy playground of many birds, a few golden squirrels, and one ancient cat who loves to sleep in the sun.