What a fun idea! I've always wanted to try this, but with an art
history twist - each chair would represent an artist from the past.
Imagine a Picasso chair, or a Mondrian chair!
Fun - thanks for the link!
On Feb 25, 2010, at 10:21 AM, Margaret Angstadt wrote:
> Thought I'd share a link to a few photos. Not sure if the link will
> work. The images consist of the finished (and almost finished!) final
> exam for my high school International Crafts class. Students had to
> create a 'personal throne' based on a world culture we had NOT
> explored in our class, applying research techniques we had used, and
> at least two craft techniques used during the semester.
> Most of these students have never had a secondary art course. So you
> can see some 'get it' and some are 'getting there'. In this group I
> had two special needs students who were soooooooooooo excited about
> creating their throne that they practically lived in the art room!
> I'm looking forward to do this next year -- the second year attempt
> always 'flows' a bit better than the first.
> http://picasaweb.google.com/fivestonesofgospa/InternationalCraftsFinalExamCreateAPersonalThrone#slideshow/ > 5442237845828950642
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