Theme Articles: Expression
24 The Expressive Qualities of Art. Sharon Warwick
Interpreting art through more than surface design.
37 Why Join the NAEA? Bonnie Rushlow
How to change the face of art education.
34 First-Grade Excitement Under the Big Top! Beth Hubbert
Expressive clown portrait collages.
40 Expressions in Clay. Janet Jaramillo
Successful approaches to clay.
19 Transformations. Cynthia McKeon
Using a variety of media to transform portraits.
41 The Desk Project. Vera Ryersbach and Frank Spina
Visual Thinking Strategies lead to art on an unusual surface.
22 Evening Cityscapes. Michelle Daddino
An engaging nighttime perspective lesson.
38 Finely Feathered Friends. Sheila Stubbs
A bird mobile group project.
31 Packing Tape Sculptures. Cristina Coro
Clearly transparent people.
36 Man’s Best Friend. Nancy Corrigan Wilbert
Pinch-pot sculptures of dogs.
Unique classroom projects from some of your
favorite companies on page 44.
Just Clay Showcase
Check it out on page 54.
Corrections: The artwork featured in the January 2008 edition of Craft in America is by John
Cederquist, not John Cedarquist.
The quilt featured in “Why Quilts?”
(January 2008), was made by Robin Scwalb.
On the cover: Student work from