Witness the outstanding art collection of Nick, David and Ruth Lauren in the Art of The Lauren Siblings, by Givi Lauren.
Published June 12, 2008; Xlibris Corporation
Picture Book $31.99; 64 pages; 978-1-4363-1542-5
Picture Book Hardcover; $41.99; 64 pages; 978-1-4363-1543-2
(New York, NY) November 12, 2009 – Witness the outstanding art collection of Nick, David and Ruth Lauren in “Art of the Lauren Siblings” by Givi Lauren. The picture book currently available on Amazon.com and Borders.com, is set for nationwide distribution this winter through Xlibris Publishing Corporation, in all commercial bookstores and retail stores, Target and Walmart.
The Lauren siblings were born with an innate gift for painting. At early ages their brushstrokes demonstrated artistic skill beyond their years. Through the use of pencil, acrylic, pastel and watercolor they were able to capture the daily occurrences of landscapes, still-life and portraits with great depth and maturity. For the first time ever, readers will discover the amazing art collection of three siblings in this reflective picture book.
The picture book, which contains a vibrant collection of pictures and artworks, renders the different works and life stories of the child prodigies, who showcased their works for the first time in the Grand Hall at Bnai’ Zion Cultural Center in Manhattan, New York on February 6, 2005. Attended by experts, various artists and media, the children (ages 9, 8 and 6-years-old at the time) showcased their works to 200 visitors. The exhibit was a huge success and fueled their decision later that year, to enter the World Wide Children’s Art Exhibition (competition) in Tel Aviv, Israel, where the siblings collectively took home the award for second place among over 150 entrants.
Readers and art enthusiasts will be fascinated at the countless, beautiful works and the threads that entwined each of the children’s lives. Parents will be encouraged to expose their own children to the world of art and imagination.
The book, authored by their father, was published to appreciate the Lauren siblings’s love of art; the parents collectively fostered an environment that supported their children’s pursuit of the arts. From supplies to private lessons – they supported their children’s gifts, skills and talents and encouraged them to continue exploring what lay beyond the horizon for them – not only in their pastimes (art and music), but in academics as well, for a broad foundation of awareness.
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The Art Exhibition