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In a message dated 5/27/00 12:19:07 PM Central Daylight Time,
Janice these are first rate and I looked to see the faculty listing
and you were not on it (Duh) oops student teacher. That's how impressive
they turned out. My question. Did they collage and them go back in and paint
or did they
paint first then tear and collage? ...
Thanks! They painted long sheets of bulletin board paper with latex paint
and hung the sheets to dry (with duct tape). Next tore them, wrinkled and
scrunched the pieces and glued them onto double thickness of card board with
wallpaper paste. Some students used black yarn for outlining and the
Campbell soup groups used joint compound in a cake bag for the lettering. I
had 29 groups and they doubled up on many of the images so I could keep a set
and the co-op could keep a set. The average size was 3X5 feet.
> My co-op teacher put up my students work on their schools website. The
> lesson was Handpainted Torn Paper Collage.
Look under the section Art I Collage
> Janice Jarreau
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