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RE: [teacherartexchange] Tree of Life Unit


From: Sears, Ellen (ELLEN.SEARS_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Dec 21 2008 - 15:42:35 PST

Thanks for sharing - they look great.
No snow here... but cooooooolddddd... and windy.

-----Original Message-----
From: Margaret Angstadt
Subject: [teacherartexchange] Tree of Life Unit

Hello all!

Since we are buried in snow here in Vermont I'm taking a few moment to
send this link to the Tree of Life images that my Clay Sculpture Class
created last year. It begins with my important to do to
be sure of the scope and sequence. I hope you can open it okay.

The unit plan itself is buried in my hard drive at school, but thought
some of you may want to have a go at this. Be sure to use sculptural
clay -- containing grog. We used low-fire clay.
The students loved it. Themes ranged from "auto repair" to "under the
sea" and some were simply flowers. We watched the PBS Crafts in
America Part Two film that had David Gurney's tree of life work. Very
His website is:
Every student was successful. Wish I had photos of the students'
finished work included (also on school computer). I'll try to get
them into this album after the new year.

Christmas Blessings to All!

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