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Re: Remedial - painting - drawing - Elementary School

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Dianna (dmammone)
Fri, 19 Mar 1999 00:45:42 -0500


I did and still do. My parents never understood who I was as an artist,
still don't. I went to the different drum. I wasn't the "in your face
type,' When I was young, I had some unfortunate things happen to me. One
of them was I was in a wheelchair for three years. Up until this time I
thought I would go into science. I turned inward and found I could create
my own world to disappear into. I drew A LOT!
Then one day my science teacher showed the class about three of my intricate
colored pencil drawings of cells. I felt exalted! It was one of the most
powerful moments of my life. God bless Mr.. Ashworth. I've learned art is
another language...
-----Original Message-----
From: Michelle H. Harrell <mmhar>
To: kprs <kprs>; gregjuli
<gregjuli>
Cc: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
Date: Tuesday, March 16, 1999 8:42 PM
Subject: Re: Remedial - painting - drawing - Elementary School

>>gregjuli wrote:
>>
>>> Did any of you stick out in your families
>>> because you were the artistic one and /or maybe marched to a
>different drum?
>>> Mary
>
>I think I still do a little. In fact, sometimes at school the other
>teachers will affectionally say something like "you know how art
>teachers are." I've come to take pride in it. Does anyone else get
>that? Someone else mentioned about when they were in school and how the
>teachers didn't appreciate their NOT staying in the lines. My parents
>recall my kindergarten teacher saying that my fine motor skills were
>poor because of not staying in the lines. I still don't stay in the
>lines but it hasn't slowed me down.
>
>Michelle H. Harrell
>mmhar
>North Garner Middle School
>Garner, North Carolina
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