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Yes, I've tried it using diff. selections of music...hot colors with deep,
blaring horns, cool colors with soft strings, etc. in mid. school and I
know of high school teachers who have done the same. You can get some
beautiful products with pastels on const. paper or even values done in
Fun, also, is art with "taste". For example, what color would a carrot
taste like, the sound in pattern it would make as you crunched into it? How
'bout an apple, marshmellow, celery, peach, watermelon?
You could even go into abstraction....like....what would a piano "look
like" if you played jazz, blues, hip hop, sonatas?
Bunki Kramer - Los Cerros Middle School
968 Blemer Rd., Danville, California 94526