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Lesson Plans

Re: Water Unit Presented at NJ conference 99

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Sun, 7 Nov 1999 19:06:57 EST

"What An Artist Needs To Know About Water" Art and Science

Someone on this listserv asked about Starch and Acrylic paint to marble
paper. I think you may have attended my presentation in NJ in September. I
believe I have found some "helpful hints,"
1. Leave the starch out over night in the foil pan. It thickens.
2. Spoon the paint and water mixture onto the surface (do not pour it from
the cup).
3. Students have time to move the paint with a feather, etc., but must move
slowly, gently, and not to long a time.
4. Place the paper on the surface quickly.

I hope this helps! I have made a few more in the packet I gave out. Find me
next year at the conference and I'll have the new and improved for those of
you who came this year. Thanks for your understanding.


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