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I personally want to thank you for the exemplary lesson that you published
of your son staring down a bobber. It not only makes me want to try portraits
again but it reminds me that I have three young grandkids to teach about fishing.
That will be a real joy. I read bits and pieces of the lesson and will
print it out to
read the complete text. I plan to let our senior high teachers know
site and will direct my more advanced students in your direction.
Have you thought about making your lessons more DBAE with visual
to historical artists like Winslow Homer. I noted the references to impressionists.
Thank you again for the fantastic example of clear teaching, I'd better
up to go out and paint.
Woody in KC
Larry Seiler wrote:
> I have a Portrait Painting Lesson featuring a work I did of my 19 year
> old son while he was fishing at the age of four, up on WetCanvas.Com
> here is the url...
-- I'm from Kansas, where evolution is outlawed and the monkeys are in charge of the schools To respond to me privately via E-mail click on wduncan put Hey Woody on the subject line so I'll read it first You are welcome to visit my Web Site at http://www.taospaint.com This E-mail message is from Artist/Teacher Woody Duncan Rosedale Middle School in Kansas City, Kansas the new URL for school is http://kancrn.kckps.k12.ks.us/rosedale to see the newest photos of my beautiful grandkids Tim, Tess and Tiff click on http://www.taospaint.com/Triplets2ndChristmas.html to see my students working in the RMSartSTUDIO click on http://kancrn.kckps.k12.ks.us/rosedale/Art.SelfExpression.html to see our new art go to http://taospaint.com/StudentArt2000a.html
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