Hi, Sandy. Know what you mean about the old altered stuff. I took my
books, canvases out the other day and looked through everything
enjoying the memories and friends I shared with.
So glad you used the Op Art cube lesson. I've found some newer Op Art
ideas on Artsonia that I've used lately adding my own twists. You
should check that site out (which I do about every 6 mons.) I know
Carolyn still reads the listserv so she'll see your post...but...if
you want to talk directly, try croberts18@suddenlink,net
I'd love to see your pics! I don't know if the old site is still up
but you can send them directly to me at the above address. Please
share! I'd love to see what your kids did.
Nice talking with you again. I've been "listening" all along but my
school server wouldn't let me respond. So frustrating but I'm on again
for some unexplained reason, knock on wood. Toodles......Bunki
On Jun 23, 2009, at 7:47 PM, Sandy Bacon wrote:
> Michal (and Bunki!),
> Been the lurker for some time now, because 1) teaching hs and ms for
> the first time in umpteen years took up most of my time, 2)
> adjusting back to the real world after taking a year's leave to sail
> and float was a BIG adjustment and 3)I, too, get tired of multiple
> posts and honestly, some of the attitudes of the responses just turn
> me off.
> I just wanted to let you know that I used my altered postcard, my
> first altered book from the artsednetrr and my altered canvas
> board ...from the days of the original altered book round robin. It
> was a comfort factor for me...like I had old friends there with me!
> Collage was a favorite part of my ART 1 and 7th grade curriculums.
> Bunki, I used your Op Art Cubes, created my own lesson around it. I
> have a terrific picture that I would love to share with you and
> Michal from my 7th grade Abstract Art display at the Celebration of
> the Arts night at my ms. Hopefully, Carolyn will read this so I can
> get her address, also. My husband got me a new laptop at the
> beginning of the year and my address book was really messed up. Is
> it still possible for me to post pictures to the artsednetrr page
> from my altered book I created while on our journey? Now that I'm
> out of school, I can do it.
> Great to see your names! Take care, enjoy your summer!
> Sandy Bacon
> -----Original Message-----
>> From: "M. Austin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Sent: Jun 23, 2009 1:37 PM
>> To: TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group <email@example.com
>> Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] fat books
>> Bunki - on a similiar note, one of the few "altered" collaborative
>> that I still participate in and enjoy is altered postcards. You
>> start with a
>> basic card that you do some artwork on, mail this to someone who
>> adds to the
>> artwork, then on to another person, who continues to add to the
>> Usually after 3-4 people it gets mailed back to the original owner.
>> are quick to make, cheap to mail, and the results are cool.
>> As to why the list is slow? I don't post much because A) I am on
>> vacation &
>> am not thinking about school much B) When I do post I get those $(@!
>> #* "out
>> of the office" responses. Judy, I was on all those lists, but quit
>> all but
>> one of them because of all the multiple posts to each list. Has
>> this changed
>> 3-12 Kansas Art Teacher
>> HS Digital Communications
>> Technology Integration Specialist
>> http://www.geocities.com/theartkids >> http://www.usd492.org >>
>>> Hi everyone. I'll start a thread. I've been reading Collaborative
>>> Journals and Shared Visions in Mixed Media. It's pretty much how
>>> to start
>>> altered book exchanges but different kinds of them. They talk
>>> about "fat
>>> books" and fat book art fests. Does anyone know about these and has
>>> anyone done one? Toodles....Bunki
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