Is the Art Pretty? Tote Bag - We Go To The Gallery
This collection of homeware has been created to extend the life lessons behind the jolly colourful illustrations and three word learning process from the best selling book by placing selected spreads onto functional, collectable art products.
We recommend you use these products regularly, daily if possible; "The future of British art and cultural standards depends on our children grasping the full significance of contemporary art, so that they can lead full, happy and conflicted lives for many generations to come" Miria Elia, author.
WE GO TO THE GALLERY
We Go to the Gallery is the first in a series of Dung Beetle learning books designed to make scary subjects approachable for the under 5s. Printed in bold colours and written in clear, simple English each book drags families into the darkest recesses of the collective unconscious, for their broader cultural benefit.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR & ILLUSTRATOR
Miriam Elia is a head teacher working at the London School for the Poor and Ignorant. She specialises in teaching Art and Zen Buddhism to young minds.
Materials: 100% Polycotton
Size: 39cm x 68cm (15.3” x 26.7”)
"Is the art pretty?" says Susan
"No" says Mummy
"Pretty is not important"
new words: pretty not important