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[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Daisy
Wed, 08 Oct 1997 11:36:45 -0400
Hello, my name is Shawna L. Reynolds. My nickname is Daisy. I am a
senior at the Ohio States Univ. I am majoring in Art Education. I like
ice cream. 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? If you have any information on
the issue human interaction with animals or would just like to drop me
an e-mail, please feel free to do so.