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Re: Insect Sculpture/Imagery

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Lauren H. Killam (lkstar@anet-dfw.com)
Tue, 19 Nov 1996 20:08:10 -0600

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There are several cultures that use insects for their primary subject matter.
Egyptian- check my home page on that subject - scarabs(beetles)
http://www.anet-dfw.com/~lkstar
Indians- wasps, bees, mosquitos painted pottery
Pre-Columbian cultures- ornamentation
Stained glass dragonflies and other media from the Art Nouveau
John Biggers- Starry Crown- Anansi the Spider- connection- elementary
Several contemporary artists sculptures from found objects

Hope this helps

Lauren H. Killam
Denton ISD

>Do any of you know of any artists that use insects for the primary subject
>matter in their art, and if so, sources for reproductions of their work?
>3-D is
>preferred, but 2-D would be okay, too. Thanks.
>
>Margaret G.
>(gros0174)


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