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RE: Artist for Elementary - compiled list


From: Robin Singer (RSinger_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri May 09 2003 - 06:43:59 PDT

Judy, How do I get the list of vacancies? robin

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From: Judy Decker []
Sent: Thursday, May 08, 2003 7:33 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Artist for Elementary - compiled list

Dear Elementary Folks,

I got a request to post the compiled list of artists that were recommended.
I wasn't going to do that until summer - but then realized you will want to
make your orders soon for visual resources etc. Here is the list so far.
Feel free to add. My question to you, is: Would you like to see an ideas
page on IAD with lesson ideas for each artists? maybe with an Internet link
or two? with a portrait of the artist? Think about it. I will ask again this
summer when I post the list a second time. Please feel free to add on to it
now and DO add what cultures you believe are important to teach at the
elementary level. This list for the most part is from Getty ArtsEdNet Talk.

Grandma Moses
Henri Rousseau
Alexander Calder (IAD has a Wire Circus lesson)
Vincent Van gogh --2nd grade
Henri Matisse 4th grade
Geogia O Keeffe-5th grade
Pablo Picasso -6th and 1st
Frank Lloyd Wright-7th grade
Maria Martinez--8th grade
Salvador Dali--jr high
Frederick Remington--7th grade and Western expansion artists
Eric Carle.
Paricia Polloca and other Caldecott artists--3rd grade (I definitely want to
know more later)
Rene Magritte
Andy Warhol
George Seurat
Rembrandt Van Rijn
Claude Monet
Frank Lloyd Wright
Maya Lin,
Lorenzo Homar (Puerto Rican artist)
M.C. Escher
Bridget Riley
Keith Harring,
Frida Kahlo
Wayne Theibaud
Paul Klee
Leonardo da Vinci
Edvard Munch
Chuck Close
Faith Ringgold..
Hudson River School Painters
Paul Cezanne
Mary Cassatt
Marc Chagall
Cultures - elementary level
Australian Aboriginal works
Ashanti Kente Cloth

Judy Decker
Incredible Art Department