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Re: The be all end all of ELEMENTS & PRINCIPLES


From: gail kizis (smokealarm7_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Aug 12 2002 - 21:17:03 PDT

here's another one:
line Leonardo
shape sold
form funky
space sunglasses
color colored
value very
texture tacky.
We've used it on incoming freshmen. Hasn't been that great for us but might
work for someone else out there.
Is it just me or does anyone else start the new year trying to reinvent the
wheel (we are having inservice and a workday this week-classes start next
I get so many great ideas from this list and other sites and new books and
something I saw in a magazine...etc.,etc.
that I want to try them out each year to see if one of them will garner a
"wow" response from the kids. I teach high school. I guess I'm constantly
searching for that one hook that will draw (forgive the pun) the students
into loving art the way I do.
Hope yall are getting off to a great start this year!
Thanks to all for generosity on this list,
Nancy Gail Kizis in TX
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marvin Bartel" <>
To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <>
Sent: Sunday, August 11, 2002 10:24 PM
Subject: RE: The be all end all of ELEMENTS & PRINCIPLES

> At 11:12 PM 8/11/02 -0500, you wrote:
> >Cant come up with a phrase for the elements. No vowels.
> >I was taught
> >line
> >shape
> >space
> >texture
> >color
> >value
> >form
> >
> >Melissa Chaney
> >Raypec High School
> >Raymore Peculiar Schools, MO
> Melissa,
> You could use the first letter of each word to make a sentence with the
> same first letters. Here is one example that might appeal to middle
> line Love
> shape somebody
> value very
> color cute
> texture to
> form feel
> space sensational!
> Marvin
> ---