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Re: Class on drawing dinosaurs, birds, bones
This is exactly what I did out of Cal State University Fullerton for
the Anaheim School district in 1975 -1977. It was one of the best art
and science assignments I ever had. I brought in all sorts of
materials to draw from and the college wasn't sure it would work but
they underestimated the 2nd graders I taught! They enjoyed the minimal
dissection and extensive drawing a great deal. It was my first
teaching experience and got me hooked on the idea. I am glad to see
that people still do this 30 years later.
On 6/23/05, Danvarner@aol.com <Danvarner@aol.com> wrote:
> In a message dated 6/23/2005 3:49:32 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> << This is probably of interest only to western Washington state folks, but
> I thought I'd pass it along anyway. The teacher is a very talented local
> wildlife and technical artist who has been teaching these two classes for
> years. If you are vacationing in the area, it might be a fun sideline
> for a couple days. >>
> These would be great classes! Here's a gallery of Dave's art:
Barry S Kazmer
202 N. 19 1/2 Ave.
Saint Cloud, MN USA 56303-0427
http://.pliosaur.freeservers.com I'll update it soon ...really!!!!!