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AUG-SEP 2010

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New Art Resources from Crystal Productions THE BASIC ILLUSTRATED BOOK OF THE Elements of Ar t and Principles of Design FULL-COLOR REPR ODUCTIONS DESCRIPTIONS Global Art OF EACH CON CEPT HANDS-ON ACTI VITIES Abor iginal Art Consultant: Gerald F. Brommer Australia © 2009 Crystal Productions Portfolio Prints B Books Co. Art Display Cards R CRYSTAL CRYSTA L lo s g Peggy Flores F r e e Creating Fiber Peggy aske Baskets t Weavings and Dropping in on… DVD and Book Series Desk Reference Flores Wire S culptur e Peggy Flores DVDs Order from CrystalProductions s 'LENVIEW ), s s WWWCRYSTALPRODUCTIONSCOM Circle No. 193 on Reader's Service Card Teacher-Tested New products tested and reviewed by art teachers just like you! Crystal Productions Aboriginal Art Stamps Teacher: Heather White, E.P. Rayzor Elementary School, Argyle, Texas Level: All Levels Review: Dreamtime and walkabouts have suddenly been simplified by Crystal Productions' Aboriginal Art Stamps. Twenty wood-backed rubber stamps of Aboriginal symbols and an ink pad come neatly packaged in a wooden box. The stamps are helpful in creating border designs for dreamtime and x-ray images created by students. The designs on the stamps can also serve as a catalyst for discussion of symbols on pictographs and petroglyphs. These stamps are most useful in situations where repetition of designs need to be uniform. Activities could include imprinting and stamping on moist clay or bisque ware, and printing on fabric. Circle No. 349 on Reader's Service Card 17

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