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Re: Signing artwork

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Art Studios of the Coeur d'Alenes (banjoart)
Tue, 9 Nov 1999 16:55:03 -0800


Hi Jennifer,
I was displaying and selling my paintings in high school--now almost thirty
years ago. There are people who purchases my work back then who still have
them--and they delight in showing others my "early work". Never limit your
students because they are young. Treat their work as the fullest expression
of their artistic work at that time--not as a trial run.
Best wishes,
Carrie
PS our school district did not have any art programs. I taught myself until
I reached college.

----- Original Message -----
From: Aaron and Jennifer <THEGREEN99>
To: ArtsEdNet Talk <artsednet>
Sent: November 09, 1999 2:42 PM
Subject: Re: Signing artwork

> Sign your artwork so everybody can learn your name, your art, you. Sign
so
> people can LOOK for your name. Sign so you can have copyright protection.
>
> These are student pieces of art work we talking about here, unless I
> missed something. These pieces of work show a student's personal growth
and
> exploration. I remember not too long ago reading a wonderful quote: as art
> teachers we are not developing young artists, we are developing human
> beings. (Or something to that extent) Of course, as an artist, one should
> sign their work. As a student, putting the name on the back is fine.
>
> Jennifer in Michigan
>
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