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Re: painting collages


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri Jun 22 2001 - 14:14:00 PDT

Nothing is more important than content in art.
I pick the theme and keep it rather concrete like:
landscape/mountains, flowers, music/jazz,
adobe churches, etc. If you can get them into emotional
content all the better.
                                Good luck, Woody in KC

Jeannie Sandoval wrote:
> I am interested in having my kids paint collages in
> the Fall. I was wondering what many of you use for a
> theme for your collages (if you use a theme). If you
> don't have your kids create a theme for their
> collages... what are some ideas I can throw off 'the
> top of my head' to the kids to inspire them? I thought
> about doing personal things but know there are more
> ideas out there than what my brain (which is now in
> summer mode) can muster. :)

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