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RE: Portfolio Crayons


From: Hillmer, Jan (hillmjan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Apr 22 2004 - 04:53:03 PDT

Wow, Gina, you are busy, and fortunate! Good luck in your endeavors. COngratulations on your daughter's excellence in school.

-----Original Message-----
From: Grant headquarters []
Sent: Wednesday, April 21, 2004 5:31 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Portfolio Crayons

Oh goodie, just when I came back to have a peek at what is going on, I see
my name. Yep, those portfolio crayons are from oil pastels from Crayola
that are water soluble though my students rub them to get the lovely mixes
of colours. You should see my newest group who have just finished their
studies. Sorry I have not been around but I am getting stuck into my
masters, am negotiating the wood for huge totem poles for my grade six and
five groups, working on 3 dimensional mutated soft forms (that is - dolls
- my students came up with the new name), ceramics with my grade ones, and
so on. My daughter has been awarded the Premier's (equivalent to State
Governor) Award for excellence in VCE (final year of high school) and I am
going up for election on the Art Educators' of Victoria council next month
at the two day conference. If you need any further information about the
portraits you can contact me directly.

Melbourne, Australia