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Re: Paul Trachtman's article

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Mcracker_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Wed Jul 18 2001 - 08:06:24 PDT


In a message dated 7/18/01 8:46:11 AM Central Daylight Time,
kprs@cybernex.net writes:

> http://www.smithsonianmag.si.edu/smithsonian/issues97/dec97/toys_dec97.html
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> Thank you so much for the link to this article. I was really interested
> from the previous post, but just didn't know where to start looking. Anyone
> interested in recycled toys might be interested in the book Recycled
> : Art From The Global Scrapheap. Of course, my book is at school and
> I can't remember the title just now.

       I have been lurking for a while again...sometimes this list just seems
too
> overwhelming....then I begin to get interested again. I don't know if that
> is me or the topics that are discussed on the list.....probably me! I have
> been outside drawing with a fellow group of art teachers...for
> re-energizing, I would recommend it to everyone. We picked out interesting
> places in our community, made a list which we shared and meet at 9 AM every
> Tues. and Thurs. at the designated place. Yesterday, we drew from a bluff
> overlooking the Mississippi River, tomorrow we are going to a sheep farm .
> I've gone through two boxes of oil pastels! Do any of the rest of you have
> ideas for reviving your artist? We know that going to Taos does it for
> Woody...how about the rest of you?
>
> Marcia T. in WI

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