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RE: Wallpaper, cubism

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From: Puhl, Kristen K (puhlk_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Nov 10 2003 - 18:38:21 PST


Was it Ken who posted the cubist project to IAD? Well, I used it, and for areas of fractured planes, kids used wallpaper samples to fill in some of the spaces. Works great. (Thanks, Ken!)

Kristy

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From: Patricia Knott [mailto:pknott@enter.net]
Sent: Thu 11/6/2003 8:24 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
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Subject: Re: Wallpaper, cool projects for middle school

This is a neat idea
I like the lost and found surface idea
this IS art thinking
Good going Maggie how wonderful to make something from what others
disregard
Patty

> Today I started a watercolor monotype with my 35 8th graders. Since I
> don't want to hear "what do I do?" I gave them random 2 inch squares from
> upholstery samples and had them incorporate that into a design of their
> chosing. One kid used a big, bushy-looking flower as a squirrel's tail.
> Maybe you could do that?
> I've also had kids use wallpaper as a sorta lost-and-found surface for
> painting. Gesso most of the surface of the wallpaper sample, thinning it
> out in spots so you can see the original design. Paint on the gesso
> surface, again incorporating design.
> Otherwise, collage--and I guess altered books?

> Maggie Tucker

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