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Re: [teacherartexchange] teacherartexchange digest: July 10, 2006


From: Susan Bennett (seasideblueviolet_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri Jul 14 2006 - 23:00:37 PDT

I have a bad habit of reading late at night, when I
get grouchy. I do agree with you. I just feel a person
should feel as worthy teaching art as just an art
teacher. I know the list has great artist-teachers out
there. I know that Woody is. I do notice that his new
art work has grown tremendously. There is that thing
about time. I believe once he said it helps having
someone cook etc for him so he can concentrate on his
work. So yeah Frannie!!But you are right I did not
mean it quite like it came out.
Susan in Ohio

--- wendy free <> wrote:

> uh, susan, i'm sure you didn't mean it in a way that
> would raise my hackles, but i strongly disagree
> with:
> " To be really honest if they were all that hot they
> would not be teaching." i understand that a "good"
> artist doesn't always make a good teacher, but here
> in
> our online community you can find an abundance of
> phenomenal artists who are fabulous teachers (even
> after they retire!). their work in art education
> and
> as artists is a huge source of inspiration to me as
> well as their students, i'm sure. be careful of
> sweeping generalities!
> :D wendy
> wendy
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