SchoolArts Magazine

DEC 2012

SchoolArts is a national art education magazine committed to promoting excellence, advocacy, and professional support for educators in the visual arts since 1901.

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L&L Kilns Made for Artists L&L Kiln's patented hard ceramic element holders protect your kiln from broken brick and drooping elements. Built Tough for Schools Toll Free: 877.468.5456 new products Windsor Newton Series 7 Brush Oogie Art Programs The Winsor Newton Series 7 Brush may not be a new product per say, but it is certainly one of the finest. The standards of quality for this brush were set in 1866, when Her Majesty Queen Victoria gave orders that Winsor & Newton should produce the very finest water color brushes in her favorite size; the No. 7. Today, Series 7 uses only the highest quality raw materials and is manufactured by brush makers with years of experience. The tip of the brush comes to a crisp point which is maintained during use. The brush snaps back into shape with the right degree of spring to allow the artist superior control between the brush and painting surface. Color flows evenly and consistently from the point, with enough color carrying capacity in the belly of the brush to allow flowing gestural strokes. Oogie Art, an art and design portfolio school located in New York City, offers coaching to art students applying to our nation's top colleges. Their artcentered programs equip students with the tools they'll need to grow, express what they want to say as artists, talk and write about their work more effectively, apply for scholarships, refine their portfolios and resumes, and get the results they are looking for. 17

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