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Re: repousse questions in mid. school/h.s..........

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John Bundy (jibundy)
Wed, 5 Aug 1998 19:35:04 -0500


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-----Original Message-----
From: gregjuli <gregjuli>
To: Bunki Kramer <bkramer.us>
Cc: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
Date: Monday, August 03, 1998 2:37 PM
Subject: Re: repousse questions in mid. school/h.s..........

>
>
>Bunki Kramer wrote:
>
>> I'm interested in chatting with anyone out there who has done repousse in
>> their mid. school/high school art classroom. I've done it in the eons
past
>> and I'd like to share techniques and maybe get some new ideas about the
>> subject. Also....can anyone share some super book resources about
repousse?
>> I would greatly appreciate any help. Thanks......
>>
>> Bunki Kramer - Los Cerros Middle School
>> 968 Blemer Rd., Danville, California 94526
>> bkramer.ca.us
>
> Hi Bunki & all,
> I've done repousse with my 7th graders and they have really enjoyed it.
>I've used animals as the theme and put emphasis on texture for the
background.
>Using a variety of tools they experiment on different textures they can
produce
>on tooling copper. They choose a texture that will create a background
that
>will be appropriate for the animal. The students get nice contrast between
the
>smooth puffed out animal and the textured background. We antique the
>background with india ink. Sometimes there is trouble getting it to stick
>(even after roughing up the surface and washing it off) but generally it
does
>the job. The final piece is finished with a coat of acrylic spray and
mounted
>on black tagboard.
>As far as the Roseart supplies go--yuck. I feel the quality is poor- dry
out
>fast and poor color.
>MaryB.