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Re: spontaneous beginnings and nonobjective splashes and splatters


From: LM Paris (paris)
Date: Tue Jul 18 2000 - 07:46:07 PDT

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    You can also use sandpaper to flatten one or more sides of the marbles so
    they roll more randomly.

    LynnMarie

    KLMVisArt wrote:

    > Have you tried marble painting? Take a shirt box, tempera paints, and let
    > children roll marbles through paint spashes/puddles by tilting the box. I
    > might have students do this over their Pollock inspired painting/drawings-
    > adding another layer of marks. It is also fun to mix primary colors,
    > discovering the secondary ones!
    > Kerry
    >

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