wow, judy! these images are great! i used the 2nd link and found some
very beautiful and powerful images following the prints from the high
schools in ann arbor. there is an exquisite still life in colored
pencil and a 3D piece made of cast sugar on wood! and i have not gone
through all 1530! images. thanks for sharing.
linda in michigan
On Jun 30, 2006, at 10:49 PM, Judy Decker wrote:
> Dear Art Educators,
> Here is a project for you to think about - relief printing plates made
> from corrugated cardboard (the ridges print):
> http://www.aaps.k12.mi.us/ins.artdatabase/ > browse_search_gallery&mode=list&recordID=55857
> This shorter link may work:
> http://www.aaps.k12.mi.us/ins.artdatabase/browse_search_gallery >
> There are two pages of images. Designs are geometric. Corrugated
> cardboard is cut with directions of ridges changed to make the plate
> and print more interesting. The examples are fourth and fifth grade.
> Plates and prints are 8" square. Some examples are printed over
> colored tissue paper (I am assuming) and other examples are hand
> colored with markers. Click through to see examples of plates shown
> with the prints. Motivation would be Op Art. Older students could make
> larger plates and more complex designs.
> If anyone does this lesson, send me a couple images and plan for
> Incredible Art Department. I will credit Pittsfield School, Ann Arbor
> as source of the idea (although I have seen this done before).
> I found this site while looking for new elementary art sites to add to
> Art Departments. I found a few good ones.....went through ten pages of
> Google - that was enough for me (grin).
> Judy Decker
> Incredible Art Department
> http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/ > Incredible Art Resources
> http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/lessons/middle/ >
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