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Re: Students at work now divided


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Nov 11 2001 - 13:02:01 PST

Bunki Kramer wrote:

> As always I enjoyed traveling through your website to view your new student
> artworks. The picture of your face is slightly difficult to see because of
> the angle but it looks as if you might have loped off your mustache...did
> you?

Mustache is still intact.

> I especially like the large cardboard sculptures. Want to tell us more about
> these? Inspirations? Art history/artist connections? (Strategically placed
> Styrofoam cups placed within the sculpture and the sides the same height as
> the cups adds much stability when the sculpture gets wet with paste. Neat
> trick someone taught me years ago. Just passing along the tip.) Are your
> sculptures free-flowing designs or something more concrete? Hard to tell
> from the picture.
> Thanks for the enjoyable trip! Toodles...Bunk

Designs based upon human figure but influenced by
Matisse and Haring. We plan to decorate them in
the styles of various artists.
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