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Re: Storage of Reproductions


Date: Sun Aug 22 2004 - 13:41:19 PDT

When you ask about how we store our reproductions...oh is that the
"elephant" that takes up SO much space and is always in the way, but you
can't get rid of it? We have SO many posters now. We have a flip
through standing style poster rack. It is on wheels, has an 8 inch
horizontal shelf about knee height with angled bars that stick out about
2 feet on each side to catch the posters as your flip through them. It
takes up as much room as a flat file. We like it better because you can
SEE what you are flipping through and it holds a lot. We have cardboard
portfolio dividers in it and divided our posters up by types: landscape,
portraits, still life, abstract, sculpture, cultures, etc. There is NO
easy way to do it as far as I can see. This works best for us, but it
sure does take up a lot of room.

Linda Woods

Visit our student's web art gallery at St.John's School
 click on "Stories of SJS," click on "Arts Stories," click on Linda
Woods' name. View artwork by Lower, and Middle School students as well
as our art archives.