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Re: Sculptamold

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Litesal (litesal)
Sun, 14 Nov 1999 15:51:51 -0500

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From: Ann Heineman <>
To: ArtsEdNet Talk <artsednet>
Sent: Friday, November 12, 1999 6:12 PM
Subject: Re: Sculptamold

> Dear Leah,
> I have used Sculptamold in the past with great success.
> Unfortunately, the cost has become prohibitive for my art budget . . . Now
I use the plaster gauze
> medium. My lesson is with fifth graders when we do a major unit on Pop
> Art--the food themes! Our featured artist is Claes Oldenburg and the
> students love making food models, starting with an armature of cardboard
> and crushed/packed newspaper.
> An important tip on using this medium is keep it out of your sink
> drains! Buckets for washing up are essential. Also, it helps if the
> students do a final smooth seal of the medium by dipping a finger in some
> water and gently rubbing over their work before the medium "sets up hard"
> This saves on sanding time later, if the students want a smooth surface.
> use the bottoms of bleach bottles for mixing bowls. You are welcome to
> e-mail me if you have any more questions or comments.
> Ann Heineman

Thanks Ann, for the tips.


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