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Re: pantyhose sculpture, again

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From: L. P. Skeen (lpskeen_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Nov 16 2000 - 18:50:16 PST


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Re: pantyhose sculpture, againBunki,

Thanks LOADS!!!!!!!!!!! Now, just to be sure I have this down: We take =
the wood block and drill holes, fill w/ glue and stick both ends of a =
cut-open wire coat hanger in the holes. Then shape wire into something =
abstract, and cover w/ hose. Then painted w/ gesso and paint over gesso =
when dry. Is that about the size of it? I don't have enough gesso, but =
I DO have a 5gal. bucket of house paint. WooHoo!!!

My kids are going nuts trying to figure out why they have to bring HOSE =
to school, and FORGET about explaining it to Hispanic kids. I don't =
think hose are part of their culture.<G> We had the Spanish/English =
dictionary out, and still dinna find a word that means knee-high hose in =
Spanish. Closest we could come was 'medias', which appear to be =
pantyhose.....

Hi....You can find some samples on our school art webpage......

http://ww2.lcms.srvusd.k12.ca.us/faculty/faculty.html=20

Just look under "sculpture" and there they are. Toodles........=20

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I wasn't quite sure what you meant by "individual lessons". I have K-2 for 20 minutes per week. They finish 3 projects per 9 weeks (don't ask how - I'm really surprised!). 3rd & 4th complete 2 per month, and 5th & 6th finish 1 per month. These are all average - sometimes one class will take longer than another and end up with 1 or 2 more projects than the other class. I use a ton of vocabulary and concepts in every lesson.
~Michal
http://www.geocities.com/theartkids

>
> I am just curious as to how many lessons (average) you complete throughout
> the year with elementary school kids. Or how many per month, or some
> refernece number. Probably more individual "projects" with the younger
> ones, and less - due to more in depth concepts- with the older ones. But
> any numbers you could offer would be great.
>