Well, thinking more on this topic it suddenly dawned on me that
everyone hs probably seen women in gardens. Statues of women in
gardens that is. How about a lesson where they create their
interpretation of a female statue placed in a garden. Or photograph
as many variations of this theme. Perhaps becoming the models or
creating one's if they can't find any locally, and photographing it.
They could also do landscape technical drawings with a female
statue. Is there reason for women as the subject? How old are your
students? I suppose doing the old "Edward Scissorhand" to a bush is
out of the question?
Sandra Barrick http://home.fuse.net/astroboy/Sandra.html