Item # 153976.
Written by Joan Schoettler. Illustrated by Traci Van Wagoner.
From the Japanese American concentration camps to the creation of the San Francisco School of the Arts, Ruth Asawa’s life journey is one filled with challenges and obstacles turned into triumphs through perseverance and a unique vision. The renowned artist (also known as the “Fountain Lady” of San Francisco due to the many fountains she designed) Asawa experimented with unconventional mediums, using lines, space, and wire to create dimensional sculptures. Ages 3-8. Hardbound: 32 pp.