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Re: kaliedoscopes

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ELENI53
Tue, 8 Oct 1996 17:04:37 -0400


In a message dated 96-10-07 21:56:22 EDT, you write:
<<<Thanks, I was a little leary <g> of using them but if you think it would
be
alright and not too "religious" than I will incorporate them

Does anyone have difficulty with this type of artwork with their elementary
parents?>>>
<< artsednet >>

In my "other life" I am a Byzantine Iconographer....try doing that in public
school!
I've tried going about it via portraiture...only Catholic schools are
receptive however.

Try mandalas just focusing on the symmetry (of course) and follow the adage
(sp?) "If the students ask about the background and significance of the
artwork, then the teacher must answer the question."That's your job! ;->
'Leni