Are you referring to Feldman's (not Edmund Burke Feldman) developmental model on
aesthetic development? If so, that theory was introduced I believe in the 80s
or early 90s...can't remember either.
Quoting Maggie Tucker <email@example.com>:
> Did you read last spring's (I believe it was May--maybe April) NAEA
> journal? There was a more (to me, anyway) relevant developmental model
> than Lowenfeld used, discussed. Ah, how I wish I hadn't brought it to
> There are all sorts of wonderful works being written now about the
> development of artistic creativity and aesthetics. The last book I read
> about aesthetic development came from a professor from Ohio State.
> I agree with you, Patty, re: aesthetics and art history. What's sad is
> explaining (over and over again) to administration and parents that this is
> a more than relevant piece of art practice.
> Back to work!
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