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Re:[teacherartexchange] Outdoor art lessons


From: maki-KAWA (kawa-makio_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Apr 22 2008 - 05:39:26 PDT

Envionment Project

Virtual Environmental Sculptures
"Leaf Design"
"Flag Art"

Art Teacher
Shinozaki Elementary School Art Museum

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From: "Sears, Ellen" <>
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Subject: RE: [teacherartexchange] Outdoor art lessons

Nature mandalas -

Natural Acrchitecture on a much smaller scale:

Goldsworthy and Patrick Dougherty -


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From: Tammara Mitchell []
Sent: Monday, April 21, 2008 1:36 PM
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Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] Outdoor art lessons


I know that sixth grade is probably to old for leaf rubbings, but it
could be fun to make some kind of collage(found objects) along with
the rubbings. Another idea would be to introduce contour line with
them and/or gesture drawings. Even blind contour drawings would be
fun of trees and plants.

Do you have access to digital cameras? Photography would be a great
experience in nature. Then manipulate the images in the class room.


On Apr 21, 2008, at 12:29 PM, Juli Fraher wrote:

> Does anyone have some tried and true lessons that can be taught
> outdoors? The sixth grade students are going to our local woods/nature
> center. I thought I would do God's eyes with natural yarns and sticks
> found there. Any other ideas would be greatly appreciated.
> Juli Fraher
> Pontiac Junior High School
> 600 Morrow St.
> Pontiac, IL 61764
> "Art teaches nothing except the significance of life." -Henry Miller

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