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From: "Judy Decker" <email@example.com>
To: "TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group"
Sent: Saturday, July 01, 2006 11:49 AM
Subject: [teacherartexchange] Easy relief printing project - great results
> 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).