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Talking with Artists by Pat Cummings
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Talking with Artists

by Pat Cummings

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This book offers readers many artistic inspirations and wise advice on becomming an artist.
  StaceyMiller | Nov 1, 2010 |
Collection of interviews; artist's own words. Most provide great insight into who they are and how their art evolved. Some examples of their work. ( )
  MrsBond | Feb 17, 2009 |
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A look at how today's most popular children's book illustrators got their start features the words of such beloved artists as the Dillons, Lois Ehlert, Jerry Pinkney, Chris Van Allsburg, and others, offering the story of their lives.

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Distinguished picture book artists talk about their early art experiences, answer questions most frequently asked by children, and offer encouragement to aspiring artists.

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