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Re: george segal plaster projects


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Oct 11 2003 - 13:44:49 PDT

I went to a political party a couple of days ago. I ran into an
old student. We reminisced about how we had plastered her
17 years ago to create a Segal type statue. What memories,
each day we did a new body part and later connected them
together. I even remember Teresa's name after all these
years. Perhaps as I pack things for New Mexico I'll find a
photo of the statue. I encourage anyone with the time and
the right students to try this. It will create a lasting bond.
                                                Woody in KC

> I believe it was the Susan from Long Island post.not sure but was a
> photo of girl statue laying down reading on book shelf in library, and
> they had done a statue of liberty as well.
> I am about to do a surrealistic project with my art II class that i'm
> excited about,
> integrating metaphorical poetry they write and mixed media (got from
> school arts mag, but modifying it somewhat)
> I will send info for you to post on site if it works well, and
> digitals of
> thanks so much! Deborah, sorry again

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