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Re: sketchbook question

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From: Joe Cox (bjcoxteachart_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Jun 16 2002 - 08:43:57 PDT


Marian and all,
What do you use for the sketchbooks? After looking at your web page it looks like a spiral bound notebook. Is the paper lined? We made sketchbooks last year but the cost was more then needed to use from my budget, so I was looking for a cheaper way. Any ideas would be appreciated.

Blessings
Joe

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From: Marian Colman
Sent: Sunday, June 16, 2002 6:57 AM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Cc: listserve getty
Subject: sketchbooks

Check out Jefferson County Colorado's sketchbook/journal pages on the web:

http://204.98.1.2/isu/art/sketchbook.html

I use the sketchbook at the high school level for so many different things:
note taking, thumbnail sketches, technique exercises, homework drawing
assignments, and homework research assignments on an artist or a style of
art. In the Foundations level, students create individual pages on each of
the design elements and principles with definitions, facts, and visual
examples. When they are finished, they have a comprehensive collection of
ideas and informatiuon and a visually stunning book--
Marian

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