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Lesson Plans


Re: Chuck Close

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Glenda (gjmoore)
Thu, 4 Mar 1999 22:01:38 -0500


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I haven't got this clearly thought out yet, maybe others could jump in =
and help. The first thing that came to mind is to have the students =
copy a grid drawing using their fingerprints. Maybe draw the grid =
lightly with a pencil and when the fingerprints are dry, erase the =
pencil, or have a grid pattern to place under their paper for a guide. =
You could adapt this from his painting of fingerprints =
"Fannie/Fingerpainting", (which I saw at the National Gallery of =
Art....incredible!) Of course it won't be very large, will it? =20

Glenda

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I haven't got this clearly thought out yet, maybe = others could=20 jump in and help.  The first thing that came to mind is to have the = students copy a grid drawing using their fingerprints.  Maybe draw = the grid=20 lightly with a pencil and when the fingerprints are dry, erase the = pencil, =20 or have a grid pattern to place under their paper for a guide.  You = could=20 adapt this from his painting of fingerprints = "Fannie/Fingerpainting",=20 (which I saw at the National Gallery of Art....incredible!)  Of = course it=20 won't be very large, will it? 
 
Glenda
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