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[Fwd: Help]

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Sharon Henneborn (heneborn)
Sun, 05 Jul 1998 10:12:38 -0600


Sharon Henneborn wrote:
>
> Who can help??? What am I doing wrong??? I printed the short History of this reply . I have
> replied to 3 postings recently and none were posted to the statments
> intended. I CLICKED on RESPOND TO THIS MESSAGE , TYPED IN THE BOX, AND SENT THE MESSAGE . Later each one was posted as a response to a
> different posting and I don't see the path or the relationship!
>
> HISTORY:
> heneborn wrote:
> > I see it! I see it! I pulled a book of his work and it is full of grid pattern! After we explore this lesson my students point out grids for weeks. Little
>
> *** ok . You,ve really got me curious. Which picture are you talking
> about?
>
> MaryB. ***no wonder you are confused So am I
>
> *** 1 ***
> GoddessPgn
> Fri, 3 Jul 1998 14:28:48 EDT
> Respond to this message.
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> don't forget Paul Cezanne... although his work was not comprised of
> strict
> grids, things were often on the same level.... oh this is hard to
> explain...
> take a look at Madame Cezanne... she's a wonderful example of what i'm
> obscurely getting at.
>
> aimee, vcu
>
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