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Sure I'm interested in your bibliography. Sounds very interesting. What I
usually do, though, is actually read stories and cover them up so the
students don't see the illustrations-lest the illustrations sway them into
someone else's style of imagery. Of course this isn't always necessary. I
use other artist's works to illustrate concepts- so why not illustators?
Thanks for your reply,
At 7:43 PM 3/3/98, holmgren wrote:
>>couldn't find an interesting story in the library with a lot of secondary
>>colored imagery. The library doesn't list them that way. I found lots of
>>books about color, but I wanted to read them a story that wasn't ABOUT
>>color....just prominently included imagery of secondary colors.
>I'm not sure if what I'm doing is quite what you're looking for, but--I
>have used picture books often as visual examples in teaching art concepts
>to children (and even in illustrating watercolor techniques when I was
>teaching adult watercolor classes). Because of this interest, I am
>currently doing a project for my M.Ed in which I am creating a
>bibliography of picture books that can be used to teach such art concepts
>as line, shape and color. I'm more focused on the illustrations than the
>stories, but if you're interested, let me know.