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Oaxacan animals - references online

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From: Judy Decker (jdecker_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri Jul 13 2001 - 11:38:13 PDT


> Judy,
> other websites for visual stimuli on oaxacan animals please forward

I just received a request from a former "sister" of ours for
information on Oaxacan animals....Unfortunately --that is one file I
have not rebuilt yet (lost when we were hacked- you list folks know
the drift).

Here is how to get to the art my students' made:
http://www2.wcoil.com/~mdecker/
Then click on School Server -- then scroll to the link for 7th Oaxacan
art.

For the links I have on my site already:
http://www2.wcoil.com/~mdecker/diversit.htm

For more sites try my "new" favorite search
engine(http://vivisimo.com/)
http://www.whimsicalarts.com/
http://www.lafuente.com/home2.html

For just images try my "new favorite" images search (posted to the
Getty list) - http://images.google.com/ (EnterOaxacan art or Oaxacan
animals --whichever)

Fab Friday!

Judy Decler

P.S. My apology to all "would be" hackers -- the problem that was
causing the high shrill pitch was actually a power surge....Finally it
shut the whole machine down -out cold -and hubby fixed it (good thing
there was no room on the golf course today). I am officially demoted
to "tech lady in waiting" -- not even a princess any more for not
knowing the difference between a hacker and a power surge. I sure
learned my lesson though....I had this all ready for "Astroboy" --then
"poof" - it was gone. I had to do it all over again (well all except
for this last part --my hacker apology).

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