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Re: High School: drawing in a crowded room


From: lia (johnsolia_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Mar 23 2005 - 10:04:36 PST

What works...if you can do hot glue your still lifes...the four of
them...onto a wooden base....and then move them around. lia

At 12:54 PM 3/23/2005 -0500, you wrote:
>Hi everyone. This is for the high school teachers. I have a beginning
>drawing class that is rocking down the house this semester. They are so
>good at observational drawing that I have skipped over some exercises and
>am already at still life. However, I have a room full of 28
>students. Usually I set up 4 different fairly complex still lifes around
>the room and let them move around to draw from them. For complex still
>life, the set-ups need to stay where they are for a number of weeks. I
>have almost no space for that this time. I do have one large counter but
>28 kids can't crowd around one set up. Does anyone have any suggestions
>for doing a complex still life in a crowded classroom?
>Pam Wellington
>Dept. Chair Art
>Boiling Springs High School
>Boiling Springs, PA