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Re: [teacherartexchange] landscape painting follow up?


From: Ann Heineman (aiheineman_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Mar 09 2011 - 10:57:40 PST

For Betty et al,
  Henry Moore: Sculptures in Landscape
Photographs and Foreward by Geoffrey Shakerley
Text by Stephen Spender
Introduction by Henry Moore
ISBN 0-517-536765

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> Hi Betty,
> British sculptor Henry Moore often placed his pieces in the landscapes that inspired them, including the sheep! Perhaps your students can design their sculptures to be a part of the landscapes they created.
> I have a book about Henry Moore sculptures in their landscape settings-- will send title later this afternoon.
> Ann-on-y-mouse in Columbus
> Retired art teacher K-5
> Sent from my iPhone
>> We are winding down a successful landscape-painting project that included color
>> theory, showing space and distance, value, etc., and ending up with a 5 x 7
>> acrylic landscape painting of original design (and choice of time of day,
>> season, etc).
>> I feel like I need a better follow-up than simply moving into our sculpture
>> project beginning. I want to build on what we have learned in a more meaningful
>> way.
>> Any ideas?
>> Thanks, Betty

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