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Lesson Plans


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Melanie Elek (elek.5)
Wed, 08 Oct 1997 11:31:07 -0400

Hello, My name is Melanie Elek. I just subscribed to art ed net. I am
enrolled in Art the Ohio State University. We were discovering
issues in art education. I was searching the art and ecology web site
and viewed an image called "howl". This piece is by Luis Jimenez. The
sculpture is a coyote that is powerful yet hungry. The image effected me
by realizing the agony that human interaction has placed on animals,
more specifically wild animals. This also reminded me of a news report I
heard recently on alligators attacking people in Florida. We are
continuing to invade the homeland of these wild animals. Do we blame
them? I decided to further investigate this issue in class. If anyone
has further information or comments on this subject please respond.
Thank you, Melanie