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Thank you to all of you who sent in ideas. Keep them coming.
---John & Sandra Barrick <astroboy> wrote:
> now is time to get ready for next year, or if there is time this
> year. See if wood shop can help. If not make it a summer project.
> Have at least 20 teams or individual make benches for
> drawing/painting. You know the kind that look like Amish single
> beds! has a front leg which is about 30"(rough est.) and a back leg
> which is about 24" the seat is about 3' and then there is a strip of
> wood about 6-8" from the front. It will hold pads to draw or flip it
> over and it will make a pretty good painting easel surface. Anyway I
> always had them at my schools and in college. You could ask a local
> college for donations or help in making it. It would be a neat
> project to have everyone make their own and then personalize it by
> painting or carving.
> Karen Hurt wrote:
> > If you have them drag their chairs outside, go back in and get some
> > drawing boards and materials, turn the chairs upside down, rest the
> > drawing boards along the backs, and then sit on the ground to
> > draw a few times, I'm sure your administration will either think
> > incredibly brilliant, or will buy you some easels.
> > Good luck.
> > Christi Fennell wrote:
> I would love to have easels and allow
> > > them to paint outside, but until I get some $$$$, I can not afford
> > > them. Any suggestions?
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