from<email@example.com>there are some terrific large sized sidewalk chalksets at office max stores in two different quantities;lots of great colors....there is a public television video that portrays a working sidewalk artist...it shows the formulas that he uses to make his own colored,custom chalk using borax -nontoxic dyes etc.....videofinders could get your schools copies of same!!!!you need to make the darker colors yourself it seems....umbers,black,deep purples...etc..from greg sharp in california,,,,lots of love!!!!
Susan M Kipp <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: How I wish it would stop raining so we could go outside to use the sidewalk
Susan in OR
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From: "The Austin's"
To: "ArtsEdNet Talk"
Sent: Monday, April 15, 2002 3:00 PM
Subject: Re: RE:Sidewalk art
> Sidewalk art is great - I am one of the ONLY teachers who takes my
> outside in the spring to color on the sidewalk and still include learning!
> will have them create pictures on a theme, reminding them that their
> must go off 3 edges, main focus of compostition must not be centered but
> done on the tic-tac-toe board intersections, etc. The great thing about
> doing sidewalk art now is that the sidewalk chalk usually goes on sale
> now and I can buy 3-4 large buckets of chalk for $10. I wouldn't even
> about using oil pastels - no telling how hard on the environment they
> be, chance of clothing getting stained, not to mention the cost!!! :-)
> http://www.geocities.com/theartkids >
> > Have any of you done sidewalk art? We did it last year with chalk but I
> > wonder about oil pastels so the work would be bright. Do pastels come
> > of the sidewalk? How long would it take? Any other info about side
> > work would be appreciated.
> > Thanks Robin in Raleigh
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