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Lesson Plans


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Alyson (
5 Dec 1995 14:43:07 -0500

We are wrestling with the appropriate terminology to use for completely
abstract painting. My professor in grad school despised "non-objective". I
know alternatives are wholly abstract, non-representational, . . .

Any ideas?

Alyson Stanfield
Curator of Education
Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art
The University of Oklahoma

  • Maybe reply: Ann Hedgcock: "Re: terminology"