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article title author issue date subject page
A019825
Pixel Palette
Susan Freifeld
Jan 1998
Starry Night On Computer
25
A019826
The Museum Bag
Betsy Gammons
Jan 1998
Students reproduce art and the artist on paper bags
26
A019828
Artist Mobiles
Margaret Ewert Solberg
Jan 1998
Creating hanging mobiles to help study artists
28
A019830
Songlines And Dreamlines
Sylvia T. Clark
Jan 1998
Making art using Aborigines style
30
A019834
ABC And 1-2-3
Helen Evensen
Jan 1998
Native American Nuances
34
A019836
Cultural Arts In The Southwest
Kate Cross
Jan 1998
Southwestern Ceramic And Pottery Art
36
A019838
Storytelling Molas
Sylvia T. Clark
Jan 1998
Molas based on Cuna Indians form
38
A019843
Petroglyphs
Dona Z. Meilach
Jan 1998
Silent Rocks That Speak Volumes
43
A019847
Rock Paintings
Julienne Edwards Jones
Jan 1998
Native American Art
47
A029822
Architectural Treasures
Anne Pietropla
Feb 1998
Students design and build buildings with clay
22
A029824
Telling Stories With Clay
Kathy Coulter and Ellen Wahl
Feb 1998
Students shape what's important to them
24
A029829
Fishbowl Plaques
Phyllis Gilchrist Lamber
Feb 1998
Creating slab fishbowls
29
A029832
The Fine Line Between Reality & Fantasy
Harriet Gamble
Feb 1998
An interview with Elaine Alt
32
A029846
Art At Work
Geri Greenman
Feb 1998
Art students get special training for their past performance in art
46
A039816
Making A Scene
Susan Zatt
Mar 1998
Analyzing cityscapes and landscapes then drawing them
16
A039818
Chicken "Hen" The Art Room
Lee Feild
Mar 1998
Students draw a hen from a live model
18
A039820
Butterflies Between The Pages
Barbara Thomas
Mar 1998
Creating symmetrical butterflies
20
A039822
Larger Than Life
Tamara Culbert
Mar 1998
Students create three-dimensional iconographs
22
A039833
Pure Vision
Mark M. Jonson
Mar 1998
American Bead Artists
33
A049841
Emphasis Color
Leslee Cramer Dutrow
April 1998
Self portraits with an emphasis on color
41
A049842
Double Focus
Smedley C. Manion
April 1998
A lesson on basic cartooning
42
A049847
Self-Portraits In Spring
Judy A. Kalil
April 1998
Mixed Media: Watercolor, Tempera, Collage, Marker
47
A049848
ABC And 1-2-3
Helen Evensen
April 1998
Amazing Alphabirds
48
A049850
Folk Art Portraiture
Susan Koehn Buck
April 1998
A lesson to introduce folk art
50
A049853
Goldfish
Paula M. Stemmer
April 1998
Students paint Matisse style goldfish
53
A049855
Mexican Folk Art Bells
Peter Hiller
April 1998
Ceramic folk art bells
55
A059817
Viewing History Through A Computer Window
Berniece Patterson
May 1998
Creating original art on the computer
17
A059818
Recorded Music And Graphic Design
Irv Osterer
May 1998
Casette tape mock-ups
18
A059820
Creative Concrete
Sam Gendusa
May 1998
Students help decorate a playground
20
A059822
Reliable Relief Sculpture
Karen A. Chrisman
May 1998
Learning relief art
22
A059824
Inuit Impressions In Soapstone
Shannon McBride
May 1998
Using soapstone to creature Inuit art
24
A059832
Knight Time
Richard Stonyk
May 1998
Students design their own unique shields
32
A059833
Figurative Reliefs
Harriet Gamble
May 1998
An Interview With Emily Boland
33
A059836
Architecture In The Art Room
Neville Ellis
May 1998
Castles from junk, dream homes from scrap
36
A059839
An Idea Worth Trying
Katie O'Hara-Kelly
May 1998
Stone sculptures
39
A059840
3-D Cardboard Busts
Debra Payne
May 1998
Building upper-bodies out of cardboard
40
A069815
Clay Corner
Hugh Petersen
June 1998
Relax… and think functional
15
A069816
Clay Corner
Harriet Gamble
June 1998
The intricate art of persian tiles, an interview with Jafar Mogadam
16
A069840
Rain Forest Mural
Maureen Gilli
June 1998
Students pain a rainforest mural
40
A069842
Tessellations and Transitions
Joan Cassidy
June 1998
Teaching tessellation and transition technique
42
A069843
Forms In Space
Paula Moore
June 1998
Transforming flat shapes into three dimensional shapes
43
A069844
Inspired By Escher
Andrew Wales
June 1998
Creating Escher-like art
44
A069862
The Decisive Moment Revealed
Jack Zichittella
June 1998
Photography students learn to observe
62
A069864
Students Exposed
Marti Tuck
June 1998
Flashlight photography experiment
64
A099822
Forum
Steve Bollar
Sept 1998
Thoughts To Share
22
A099824
ABC And 1-2-3
Helen Evensen
Sept 1998
Getting Acquainted is the Name Of The Game
24
A099826
The Eyes Have It
Geri Greenman
Sept 1998
Students draw eye portraits
26
A099828
"Learning To Swim" In Michigan
Craig Hinshaw
Sept 1998
Creating accordion books based on your ethnic background
28
A099841
Thinking Like An Artist
Pamela Geiger Stephens and Michelle Mattoon
Sept 1998
Planning a work of art
41
A099842
How Spontaneous Scribbling Can Influence Drawings Of The Human Figure
Jerome J. Hausman, Ruth E. Felton and Dean C. Graf
Sept 1998
Scribbling can help your art
42
A099844
Picasso Portraits
Robert Basso
Sept 1998
Portraits done with Picasso style
44
A099846
Where's The Fire?
Len Mathes
Sept 1998
Different types of rendering
46
A099847
Artists' Notebooks
Andrew Wales
Sept 1998
Writing assignments in art class
47
A099848
Monet Flowers
Cecelia M. Dunay
Sept 1998
How my summer trip inspired a garden of art
48
A109818
Torn Paper Birds
Carolyn Lang Harrington
Oct 1998
Birds made out of torn paper
18
A109820
Shimmering Stained Glass
Gail Murray Simon
Oct 1998
Cellophane stained glass
20
A109822
Our Salad Days
Mary Ellen Haussler-Mathews
Oct 1998
Creating a paper salad
22
A109824
Tissue And Tempera
Marie Derby
Oct 1998
A landscaping lesson
24
A109829
Gravestone Graphics
Lorraine Sopp
Oct 1998
Designing unique tombstones
29
A109830
From The Meticulous To The Sublime
Steve King
Oct 1998
Transformations in ink
30
A109836
Clay Corner
Peter Hiller
Oct 1998
Light up a turkey
36
A119815
Pixel Palette
Irv Osterer
Nov 1998
Put Your Stamp On It
15
A119816
Modern Printmaking Options
Tara Cady Sartorius
Nov 1998
Using computers and photo copiers to make art
16
A119818
Monoprints…
Paula Guhin
Nov 1998
An All-Time Favorite
18
A119820
Scratchboard
Rubin Steinberg
Nov 1998
A cousin to printmaking
20
A119829
Pinwheel Prints
Marie Derby
Nov 1998
A simple printmaking project
29
A119830
Face Value
Geri Greenman
Nov 1998
A colorful scratching project
30
A119833
Molecular Art
Karen Skophammer
Nov 1998
Combining Science and Art
33
A119834
Life Cycle Flip Books
Linda Karch Wilson
Nov 1998
Science and Art combined to produce Life Cycles
34
A119836
Mechanics And Inventors
Louise Pietsch Lutton
Nov 1998
Becoming Mechanics By Using Art
36
A119837
A Community Friend Helps Us To See
Maryellen Picker
Nov 1998
Teaching students about dimensions
37
A119838
Tool Time
Geri Greenman
Nov 1998
Drawing tools
38
A129818
Wow Them With Weaving
Laura McCants Reddick
Dec 1998
A weaving project using available materials
18
A129820
Felting As Expressive Art Form
Sandi Cirillo
Dec 1998
Felting
20
A129830
Stylized Silk Painting
Karen Skophammer
Dec 1998
Silk Screen Painting
30
A129832
Cat Batiks
Marcia Buban
Dec 1998
Exploring the Batik process
32
A129834
What Are Three Blind Mice Up To?
Suze Peace
Dec 1998
Incorporating A Mother-Goose Rhyme with Art.
34
A129835
What Would You Look Like If You Were 100 Years Old?
Hugh Peterson
Dec 1998
Using art to peer into the future
35
A129836
Clay Corner
Harriet Gamble
Dec 1998
Recreating Chinese Bronze Vessels
36
 
                         
 
 
 

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