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Re: [teacherartexchange] Art 2, now ready!


From: Ken Schwab (bicyclken_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Aug 17 2011 - 08:48:44 PDT

thank you!

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From: Ken Rohrer <>
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Sent: Tue, August 16, 2011 9:58:23 PM
Subject: Re:[teacherartexchange] Art 2, now ready!

Your website is excellent! I have it linked in several places. From the quality
of work you've submitted to IAD, I'm pretty sure that anyone who buys your
lessons will get their money's worth. When you have time, visit some of the
lessons you've submitted and read the comments from others at the bottom of each

I noticed another book you authored on Amazon called Start to Draw:

Ken Rohrer
5845 Iron Oaks Ct.
Indianapolis, IN 46237
The Incredible Art Department

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<> wrote:
> Subject: Re: Art 2, now ready!
> From: Ken Schwab <>
> Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2011 09:43:42 -0700 (PDT)
> Hello all, I am Ken Schwab a longtime member of this group
> and groups before. I
> have given many projects to the Incredible Art Dept. but my
> friend and I have
> created lessons for art educators that are pretty involved.
> I wanted to tell everyone about a new complete course Art
> II, I have worked on
> with my fellow retiree Bob Capitolo. We did Art I last
> year. Bob and I also
> wrote a book out of Sterling Press called "Drawing Course
> 101" but since then,
> we have created a website with lessons for art
> educators. These lessons don't
> cost much, but it took us a lot of work to create them.
> In this website, we have written complete lesson plans with
> hints and tips, some
> charts, examples as well as a very complete PowerPoint
> demonstration of each
> project. We have both taught for over 36 years each
> and we want to share or
> programs. We also tied every project in Art 2 to the
> national standards with
> questions at the end of each lesson.We both taught A.P. art
> since 1985 and I
> only had one student get a 2, mostly 4's and 5's.
> This Art 2 comes after doing
> Art 1 and we worked on it for a year.
> If you checkout our website it will explain and show you
> examples of the works
> in Art II. We based Art II on the Modes of design and
> eight color schemes. We
> tell you the Elements and of Art and the Principles of
> Composition and use them
> along with the eight Color Schemes to produce 7 involved
> and different
> projects. If you are interested in Art II, or others
> we have done, then go to:
> Check it out.
> thank you,
> Ken Schwab

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