Re: chain saw art-artist info
- View SourceKamla,
Is this the information that goes with the pictures you e-mailed me? I liked the picture you sent but they didn't have any information to go with them.
--- In email@example.com, kamla ravikumar <kamla_rk@...> wrote:
> The artist in Chainsaw art is Bob King.
> His email is:ï¿½Bob@...
> 253-686-8983 or 253-845-2115
> His website is called:
> Bear Necessities Sculpture, LLC
> It is amazing how he started his life with chainsaw art after he lost his job with Boeing.
> There is an organisation for chainsaw artists too.
> 243 North Hill Road
> Iron River, Michigan 49935
> Phone 906-265-9599
- View SourceI forgot to say that Deep Space Sparkle is a good one too. So I'll add it to the end of the list below:What are your favorite blogs?http://deepspacesparkle.blogspot.com/
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Does any one have a copie of the 20 reasons to teach art?I'm leaving--retirering- only one more day.And they are not replacing me. NJ is cutting so much in education. So there will be no art in the Primary school---so sad. Next year the teachers are to do art and I know that they don't want to do that. So I would like to leave them with that or is there somthing else?Thanks-Ruthe Ann-----Original Message-----
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Subject: [art_education] Re: art blogs, with activities for ages 2-12
I forgot to say that Deep Space Sparkle is a good one too. So I'll add it to the end of the list below:What are your favorite b logs?
Currently I'm enjoying finding blogs that share art ideas. I've found some wonderful blogs!I'd love to hear about the ones you like best.
Here is my all time favorite - The Artful Parent - http://www.artfulpa rent.typepad. com/The owner has marvelous photos of the art projects she and her daughter explore.This is a blog that would apply to projects for children for ages 2-12.
My blog is starting to gain some followers, and it's fun to have a place to share favoriteart ideas as well as other treasures and surprises.Some of you have already listened to the interviews withMr. Rogers of children's public television fame.I try to post something new two or three times a week.
Here are a few more I am getting to know --some are more cutsie-craftie than I prefer, but often have good art suggestions too:http://marymaking. blogspot. com * She has a Chihuly project that's great!http://deepspacespa rkle.blogspot. com/
- View SourceAt least we know that a classroom teacher can provide some nice art even without a specialist.Or we can hope!On Jun 24, 2010, at 6:30 AM, rutheannwalsh@... wrote: