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Re: Chuck Close/Rembrandt (HS)

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Susan Bennett (sbennett)
Fri, 8 Oct 1999 21:52:26 -0400


I did a compare and contrast with my 4th graders last year with Rembrandt
and Chuck Close. I used finger prints for the little fragments with Close.
I did pastels and charcoal for Rembrandt. for the modeling of darks and
lights. They wrote about the differences. We talked of the difference of
time and place on style. I saw an interesting Scholatic article on Chuck
Close about a year ago. I also bought 2 biographies that were a help. Susan
in Ohio
-----Original Message-----
From: Artalk1 <Artalk1>
To: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
Date: Friday, October 08, 1999 7:39 PM
Subject: Chuck Close/Rembrandt (HS)

>Thanks for all of your feedback/ This site has been a life saver.
>
>I am planning self portraits for my high school Basic, Art I and Art II,
III
>students.
>
>What do you think about doing a compare/contrast with Chuck Close and
>Rembrandt?
>Then having my Basic Art students do Rembrandt style portraits
(chiroschiro)
>while my advanced art II,III students doing Chuck Close style portraits
>enlarged off of a digital camera shot and then enlarged using an overhead
or
>grid transfer method. What do you think about using india ink and stamp
pads
>and/or bingo markers to create different value scales using "dots?"
>
>What type of self portrait could my art I students do????
>
>Any input on how you have achieved awesome self portraits would be
>appreciated. First year here and have no curriculum....THANK YOU ALL!!!!!
>
>Rhonda
>ARTALK1
>