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Re: right brain - creativity -

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Dianna (dmammone)
Wed, 20 Jan 1999 21:38:47 -0500


Do you know of Betty Edwards and her book drawing on the right side of the
brain?
-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Cox <L_J_Cox>
To: Diane L. <mselle>; artsednet
<artsednet.edu>; BakerP
<patricia_baker.ca.us>
Date: Wednesday, January 20, 1999 9:02 PM
Subject: Re: right brain - creativity -

>I will be sending more...I had a few requests. I have a great book hidden
>away in a box in the storeroom, I think it is called something like child
>"play and creativity". It is excellent. There is a book by Paul Dennison,
>Ph.D. called "Switching On" written at least 11-13 years ago or more which
>has exercises to increase your learning abilities in it for one thing.
That
>is all I have on the subject.
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> Maybe someone else has ideas on Right Brain books???
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>My current interests are in the 1940's and drawing and painting with young
>children and possibly preschool art projects. I haven't decided if I want
>to take 3-5 year olds on. I have 4-8 year olds in my current art class.
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> I love all the sharing and have saved a lot of lessons, even if I never
use
>them. This group of artists/teachers is awesome. Thank you all.
>
>Linda in NM
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>-----Original Message-----
>From: Diane L. <mselle>
>To: L_J_Cox <L_J_Cox>
>Date: Wednesday, January 20, 1999 6:09 PM
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>>Dear Linda, (Sorry I addressed you as Larry last time), Thank you for the
>>information. It is exactly what I need. I have your two postings based on
>>color,etc. If you have more, I would love it. Also, can you recommend any
>>books on this subject? Would you like any of my lesson plans? I would love
>>to do something to repay your kindness. Sincerely, Diane L.
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