"Carmel resident, Belle Yang is the author and illustrator of two well-known books depicting her father's life in China: 'Baba: A Return to China Upon My Father's Shoulders,' and 'The Odyssey of a Manchurian.' Her latest book, 'Hannah Is My Name,' is a richly illustrated children's book. Authoring and illustrating a book takes an usual talent, but as she says, 'The Chineses language is very visual--I never really separated worms from pictures.' Having studied both Western and Chinese art, Belle's paintings perceptively capture the traditions of both worlds, and her writing is as rich as the lives of those about whom she writes. This lecture will focus on Belle's process of creating a final published work that combines her skills both as illustrator and author." (From program description)
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