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Re: Louise Nevelson sculpture

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From: Susan Bennett (sbennett_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Jun 20 2001 - 20:03:14 PDT


Cool idea! Susan in Ohio
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From: Fran Legman <design18@yahoo.com>
To: ArtsEdNet Talk <artsednet@lists.pub.getty.edu>
Date: Wednesday, June 20, 2001 8:57 PM
Subject: Louise Nevelson sculpture

>Last week (tomorrow is our last day in Montclair, NJ), my two fourth grade
>classes finished their Louise Nevelson sculptures. Each child made their
>own sculpture in a wooden crate (about large shoebox size) that clementines
>are sold in. I asked parents to send them in and received 100! They then
>glued in the wooden pieces that you can order from the catalogues. Each
>week they turned the box and glued them from the bottom. Then they glued
on
>all types of jewelry pieces, buckles, beads and stuff. I then had parents
>spray paint them gold or silver and I stacked them to make one huge modular
>sculpture similar to Louise Nevelson's work. It was beautiful. Next year
>I'll do them early in the year so we can display it all year. We displayed
>the large sculpture and then each student got to take home their own
>sculpture. Of course none of the other teachers had a clue who Louise
>Nevelson was, but they still were amazed at the work. I have some great
>photos of it. If any of you would like me to email them to you, just email
>me personally and let me know.
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>I also did the hose/hanger sculpture that I learned about on this site,
with
>my fifth graders and they loved them. They also are quite beautiful.
>Thanks so much for the suggestion. Fran in NJ
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