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November 2010


Additional Links:


Learning from Exhibitions, American Letterpress: The Art of Hatch Show Print
(page 18)

Visit Hatch Show Print’s website:

Visit the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum’s website:


Art Across the Curriculum: Why Does Well
(page 22)

To view William T. Wiley's watercolor, Your Own Blush & Flood, upon which the block print, Eerie Grotto? Okini, is based visit :

Wiley at Crown Point Press: itunes

Do a search for William T. Wiley in iTunes. There are some wonderful segments with Wiley playing music and speaking.

William Wiley Channel on Art Babble (preview before showing to students): www.artbabble.org/artist/William_Wiley

The synopsis of Wiley’s retrospective exhibition—What’s It All Mean: William T. Wiley in Retrospect—that traveled from the Smithsonian American Art Museum to the Berkeley Museum of Art, March 17–July 18, 2010, can be seen here: www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/exhibition/wiley_2010


Clip & Save Art Print, Thorne Miniature Room: "Pennsylvania Kitchen, 1752" (page 25)

Images of all 68 Thorne Rooms can be seen here:


Aztec Suns (page 36)

To view and learn more about the Aztec Sun Stone, visit:


Tree of Life: Gustav with Gusto (page 37)

To learn about the universal symbol of the Tree of Life, visit:

Click here to download a PDF of Printmaking Vocabulary worksheet

Click here to download a PDF of a Rubric worksheet for Tree Of Life: Gustav With Gusto

The worksheets are saved as a PDF file so you MUST HAVE Adobe Acrobat Reader (6.0 or higher) to open and read them.
You can get Acrobat FREE from Adobe at the following address:


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