Subtitle Inspired by the amazing life stories of diverse artists from around the world

Paula Liz
Price $22.99 / £17.99
Description Description Celebrate the lives and work of 25 amazing artists from around the world! Get to know their stories, and then make your own creations inspired by their art.

Although you may not recognize all of their names, the artists featured in Be a Creative Changemaker: A Kids' Art Activity Book transformed history and paved the way for others. Discover their unique stories through colorful illustrations and biographies before getting creative with hands-on art activities based on their artwork. Each activity will guide you to explore different materials, techniques, styles, and more.

Geared for kids ages seven through twelve, though fun for all, here are just a few of the exciting projects you will find:
  • Gu Kaizhi (b. 344, China): Tell a story through scroll painting.
  • Luisa Ignacia Roldán (b. 1652, Spain): Construct a sculpture of a historical figure. 
  • Jamini Roy (b. 1887, present-day India): Paint an animal motif.
  • Emily Kame Kngwarreye (b. 1910, Australia): Use batik to create a design on fabric. 
  • Lygia Clark (b. 1920, Brazil): Make a movable sculpture.
  • Kenojuak Ashevak (b. 1927, Canada): Print a colorful series of creatures.
  • Bodys Isek Kingelez (b. 1948, present-day Democratic Republic of the Congo): Build a cardboard utopian city.

This book will help you see art from new perspectives and gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for artists worldwide. Spend hours developing your artistic skills while envisioning and expressing creative ideas inspired by these marvelous makers!
Series Creative Changemakers
Format Trade Paperback 128 Pages
ISBN 9780760378021
Size8.50 in x 11.00 in / 215.90 mm x 279.40 mm
Published Date January 16th, 2024
Paula Liz

Paula Liz is an artist, activist, educator, and author. She was born in Puerto Rico and attended the Maryland Institute of Art, receiving a BFA in Painting and an MAT in Art Education. She has taught K–12 art in New York; Texas; Washington, DC; and Maryland, where she was named Art Educator of the Year in 2022. Her passion for justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion are at the center of her lessons and expand beyond the classroom. Learn more at

Bambi Ramsey
Bambi Ramsey is an illustrator, artist, and pattern designer living in Northern California with her family, two dogs, and two rabbits. She works in multimedia, mostly with pen and ink, gouache, watercolor, and graphite and loves to mix it all together with digital techniques. When Bambi is not drawing, you can find her creating costumes, growing tomatoes, hunting for treasures in antique and thrift stores, or backpacking in the Trinity Alps.
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