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RE: Taxes and Amaryllis


From: Gorham, Peter \(ED14\) (gorhapej_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Feb 04 2004 - 07:56:30 PST

Nothing new about taxes. But this winter I have been having my students draw an amaryllis everyday they come to art for at least half of the period, this has sometimes seemed tedious to some but most of the class were fascinated by the changes as it grew and bloomed and finally withered. The improvement in our (and I mean our as I often drew beside them) drawing and observational skills was evident to most and the huge collection of drawings is very impressive as a temporary mural.
Peter Gorham
Nackawic Elementary
New Brunswick, Canada


From: Woody Duncan []
Sent: Wed 2/4/2004 11:07 AM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Taxes and Amaryllis

Taxes and Amaryllis

I got my taxes done so I'm back at the computer having
fun with photoshop. Frani got an Amaryllis to bloom so I
shot some pics of it. Check them out below:

                                        Woody in KC

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