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Re: Textures


From: Judy Nagel (jdnag_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Jun 17 2002 - 14:21:13 PDT

Dear Adri, I too am in Wisconsin and have visited Watertown many times. I would be happy to assist you in getting to know the names, etc. of art supplies. BTW I am sorry to send this to the entire list but I didn't see a return e mail address to use. You might want to include that in the future. Good luck getting settled.
Judy Nagel
Sax Arts & Crafts
  ----- Original Message -----
  From: Adriana Portella
  To: ArtsEdNet Talk
  Sent: Monday, June 17, 2002 9:31 AM
  Subject: Textures

  Hello, friends!

  I just came to USA.
  I lived in Brazil.
  I got married and now I am living in Watertown - WI.

  Before leaving Rio I went to a course: special effects on paintings and textures.

  Now I have some problems trying to guess what are the names of the items here.
  I already know we can buy some paint that already have textures...
  But what's the name of the "white thing" I add to a wall (can I do with wood too or do I need to add special glue?) if I decide to use a spatule and create an unique texture?

  Could you help me please?

  I am very excited about some new things and the list brings me a lot of ideas.
  I am waiting for the official translation of my credits and documents because without that I can't go to the Department of Education and compare them to the requests of USA for teaching.
  I am sure I will need to have some classes: probably English, American History and any missing credits.

  Let's see how things will go here.

  After all the "storm" I have plans of being more active here.
  I really appreciate the way you do it here.

  By the way: who will be in NYC on August?
  I will be there because we will present a paper at the INSEA Conference.
  Any chances of meeting you in person???