A note on using lessons of my site and IAD. Give credit where credit is due.
You are free to use any of the plans - but cite your sources/authors.
Jackie asked about using images in PowerPoint/Web pages. I CAN NOT grant
permission to post any of the images on either site to your web sites - but
do use them in student instruction. My request is that you NOT use any of
the plans/images for personal gain. I put this stuff out there for free.
(Bunki has already asked permission to use my African Weaving on an Oodles
CD - I am happy to grant that request...which reminds me - I do have Bunki
images to share - and will get to that).
Here is one lesson I would love to see spread across the USA/World:
Use as heroes theme - family theme - artists you admire - personal portrait.
It is not intended to copy Renaissance art/artists - but to use as extension
to a Renaissance unit.
This lesson is an original Judy Decker - actually inspired by a Caribbean
artist's triptych painting (I will look up the name and add that to the
list - I did show my kiddies the piece) and of course Renaissance art. I
have a real attraction to Religious icons, too.