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Re: Questioning new art

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Sat, 24 Aug 1996 01:03:57 -0500 (EST)

Ticia: What a fun idea. I like Norman's idea of including more than one
work of art. How about some questions like:

What is this work of art made of? Why do you think so?

If you were going to make a work of art like this one, how would you do
it? -or- How do you think the artist made this work of art? Why do you
think so?

Why do you think the artist made it? What things in the work make
you think so?

If you could choose one of the works of art you see here to take home,
which one would you choose? Why?

Where in your home would you put the work of art you chose? Why?

Thanks for posting this idea! The idea itself and the questions it has
generated are great!!

Ruth Voyles
Art Educator
The Toledo Museum of Art
The University of Toledo

On Fri, 23 Aug 1996, Norman Brown wrote:

> Just a sugestion....How about two works of art ...them you could copare
> and contrast....How are these works alike....different????? Could be
> well as the ones you have already incorporated.
> Norm Brown
> On Fri, 23 Aug 1996, Ticia Valentine wrote:
> > Hello!
> >
> >
> > Well I've begun working in my elementary art room and I'm just
> > beginning my bulletin boards. I thought I might be neat to do a bulletin
> > board about "Questions to ask when looking at a piece of artwork for the
> > first time". Does anyone have any questions they feel should be on this
> > list? I am including the following: 1. Who is the artist? 2. Where is
> > the artist from? 3. What mwdium was used to create this piece? 4. In
> > what style is this piece created?
> >
> > Have any other ideas? Get Back to me!!
> >
> > Thanks! Ticia
> >
> >