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Page1Term12003EditionZartextraTerm1Edition2003RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003AVisualArtspublicationproducedeachtermforKindergartenPrimaryandSecondaryTeachersbyZartArtandZartEducationService.Term1Edition2003RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003iooranbyZartArtandZartEducationService.ZartExtraNewsletters2003Term1Term2Term3Term4 BlankPage Page1Term12003EditionZartextraTerm1Edition2003RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003AVisualArtspublicationproducedeachtermforKindergartenPrimaryandSecondaryTeachersbyZartArtandZartEducationService. Page2Term12003EditionZartextraFrontCoverEumemmerringCollegeFountainGateCampusZartArtPOBox1136BoxHillVicAustralia3128541LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398901867Fax0398986527Internetwww.zartart.com.auEmailzartartzartart.com.auHours8.30am-5.00pmWeekdays8.30am-12.00noonSaturdayZartworksPOBox1136BoxHillVicAustralia3128341LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398905110Fax0398986527Internetwww.zartart.com.auemailzartartzartart.com.auHours9.00am-5.00pmWeekdays9.00am-12.00noonSaturdayZartArtSchoolWholesaleSupplierZartArtoffersanextensiverangeofresourcesartmaterialscraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.ZartworksRetailShopZartworkshaveallyourartandcraftneedscateringforbothbeginnerandprofessionalartists.Youcanselectfromawiderangeofvisualartscraftandgraphicsupplies.Browseatyourleisureorseekassistancefromourexperiencedstaff.ZartsStudentGalleryThegalleryfeaturesartworksmadebystudentsfromPreptoYear12fromallaroundVictoria.Schoolscanarrangeforstudentstovisitthegalleryanalysetheworksoftheircontemporariesandthenmakearelevantpieceoftheirownartworkinourworkshopswithanartconsultant.Thegalleryisalsoopentothepublicforviewingduringopeninghoursfreeofcharge.ZartEducationServiceZartEducationServiceprovideshandsonprofessionaldevelopmentworkshopsforPrimaryandSecondaryteachersaswellasKindergartenLOTEteachersandLibrarians.VisualArtsworkshopsareregularlyheldatZartandinmetropolitanandcountrylocationsanduponrequestatyourschooldistrictorKLAsgroup.ZARTEDUCATIONSERVICEIMPORTANTDATESTERM12003NationalAustralianZARTARTBacktoSchoolSpecialsEndsMarch12003ZARTARTTerm12003SpecialsJanuary-April112003GoodFridayFriday18AprilEasterMondayMonday21AprilAnzacDayFriday25AprilAustralianCapitalTerritory1stTermTuesday4February-Friday11AprilCanberraDayMonday17MarchNewSouthWales1stTermWednesday29thJanuary-Friday11AprilEasternDivision1stTermWednesday5thFebruary-Friday11AprilWesternDivisionVictoria1stTermTuesday28January-Friday11AprilLabourdayMonday10MarchTasmania1stTermThursday13February-Friday30MayEasterBreakFriday18April-Sunday27AprilLauncestonCupWednesday19FebruaryEightHoursDayMonday10MarchSouthAustralia1stTermTuesday28January-Friday11AprilWesternAustralia1stTermMonday3February-Thursday17AprilLabourdayMonday3MarchNorthernTerritory1stTermThursday30January-Friday4AprilQueensland1stTermTuesday28January-Thursday17AprilLifeisagreatbigcanvasthrowallthepaintonityoucan.DannyKaye Page3Term12003EditionZartextraSecondaryArticleCurriculumFocusPatternedFaceswastheYear7studentsfirstartactivityintroducingthemtotheelementsofdesign.Theyusedcolouredpencilstocreatetheirartworksandlearnthowtoblendcoloursandcreatetonaleffects.FACESYEAR7EumemmerringCollegeFountainGateCampusKeyConceptsThestudentswereprovidedwithavarietyoffacestochoosefrom.Theseweretakenfrommagazinescuttosizethefaceswerecutoffacrossthemiddleoftheforeheadandthenatthebottomoftheneckandspreadoutforthestudentsselection. Step1.Studentsruledupa20x40cmrectangleintheirVisualDiaries.Step2.Studentsthendrewasimplelinedrawingoftheirchosenfaceinthecentreoftherectanglemakingsurethedrawingtouchedthetopandbottomoftherectangle.Step3.Allthefaciallineswerethenextendedtocreateshapes.Step4.Afteralltheshapeswerecreatedthestudentshadtocarefullyfillintheshapeswithalargevarietyofdifferentpatternsonlysomeareaswereleftflat.Thisprocesswasdemonstratedtothestudentsinclassstep-by-stepandvisualexampleswerecreatedbytheteachersfordisplaypriortothelesson.Page4Term12003EditionZartextraTerm42002EditionZartextraSecondaryArticlecont.PATTERENEDFACESSkillstobeAchievedAbilitytocomposecreateandproducethePatternedFacedesign.ColouredPencilTechniquescolourblendingshadingandlayering.Knowledgeanduseoftheelementsofdesign.ExtensionandModerationModerationstudentswereassuredtheirfacedidntneedtolookanythinglikethemagazinepictureitwasonlytobeusedasaguide.ExtensionStudentsexperimentedwithdifferentwaystopresenttheirdrawingafteritsproductioncreatingcolouredinkandtissuepaperbackgroundsforittobedisplayedon.CelebrationExhibitionofworkinLibraryandAdministrationfoyerarea.EvaluationStudentsabilitytomeetthecriteriaanddemonstrateenjoyment.BySamanthaPearsallMelanieSever Page5Term12003EditionZartextraAltonaPrimarySchoolKnightsCareyGrammarDonvaleTheOutbackChirnsideParkPrimarySchoolKnittingMuralCroydonNorthPrimarySchoolMockGlassMosaicsDingleyPrimarySchoolElephantsEastbournePrimarySchoolIndigenousArtEumemmerringSecondaryCollegePortraitsMetungPrimarySchoolLandscapesParkRidgePrimarySchoolShoesPenolaCollegeArchitecturePenleighandEssendonGrammarCollagePlentyValleyMontessoriSchoolBugsandFlowersStrathmorePrimarySchoolFabricCollegeSevillePrimarySchoolMasksSituatedatZartEducationServiceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels1-7.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypIecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailjanzartart.com.auZartsStudentGalleryThisthreadsandtextileprojectwascompletedoverthedurationofatermandtheconceptforusingAlbertTuckersworksasinspirationorginatedfromvisitinganexhibitionofhisworksatHeidiModernMuseumofArtandsubsequentlypurchasingaseriesofpostcards.Theeducationalconsultantalsosentoutteachersnotestoassistwiththebackgroundandhistoryofhislife.PreliminarydiscussionwiththestudentsintheGrade56levelrelatedtoAlbertTuckerslifeandachievementsaswellasinfluencessuchashisstayinamilitaryhospitalinHeidelbergandhistripsoverseasespeciallyEurope.Studentswereabletoseehisaccomplishmentsthroughatimeline.Observationsweremadeandopinionssoughtrelatingtothephotographsofhisselectedworks.InparticularthestudentsstudiedhispaintingTheBeachTotem.Commentsanddiscussionrelatedtotheelementsandprinciplesofart.PabloPicassoscreationswerealsoconsideredashisworksinfluencedAlbertTuckerduringaperiodinthelatterslife.PlanningfortheirartworkswascompletedintheirVisualArtsDiariesanditwasreiteratedthattheirdesignsdidnotneedtobestaticinsteadtheycould...evolveandchangeduringthecourseoftheproject.SkillsintheareaofthreadsInspirationandinfluencesbyAustralianArtistsAlbertTucker1914-1999BeachTotem-1950ParisMockGlassMosaics.CroydonNorthPrimarySchool.WaterColoursandSpectrumFoilSheets Page6Term12003EditionZartextraGallerycont.andtextileswereutilisedtobringforththeirownideasincreatinganabstractpiece.HoweverthebasicstructureofthecompositionwasinfluencedbytheartistAlbertTucker.ThethreadsandtextilesskillswhichthestudentswereintroducedtoandwhichtheyconsolidatedandemployedintheirpieceswereavarioussewingstitchesbtheprocessofappliqueingfabricusingfusiblewebbingcrugmakingtechniqueusingalatchethookdcouchingstitchepullingthreadsandweavingthroughotherthreadsftasselsandplaitingofthreadsThestudentsalsomadedecisionsthattookintoconsiderationthecolourpaletteoftheirworkswhichwaseitheraselectionofwarmcoloursorcoolcolours.Tuckerspiecewaspredominatelyincoolcolours.Thestudentsalsoaddedsomeinterestingmaterialstohighlightaparticularareaintheirhessianthreadsandtextilespanelandgiveittexture.Thebackgroundwaspaintedandtheblackmarkerlineworkwasaddedattheverylaststageaftersomediscussionandconsultationastowhatwouldbethemosteffectivelinesintheirownparticularwork.Mucheffortwasappliedintheseworksandstudentswereencouragedtousetheirownideasandpreferencesincreatinganabstractartworkoftheirown.RitaDiGraziaStrathmorePrimarySchoolWhatdoyoucallawholelotofKnightsIdontknowbuttheyarefantasticOnthedaythelastofour73spectacularknightsmadebythegrade56childrenatAltonaPrimarySchoolwerecompletedtherewasarealsenseofsatisfactionandachievement.Eventhelastknightbattlewornandwearywasagreatachievementbyitsmakerandacharacterinitself.Ourseniorcorridorisnowguardedbyanarrayofweaponwieldingarmourwearing30cmfigures.Itsquiteasightonmass.contThbeganwithastudyoftheMiddle Page7Term12003EditionZartextraPrimaryArticleAltonaPrimarySchool Agesandthedevelopmentofknightstheirarmourweaponsandculture.Partofeachsessionwastokeepasmalldiaryonprogressmadeaswellaswithinformationlearntabouttheknights.Awideselectionofphotocopyimageswasavailableatalltimeswithchildrenencouragedtousethemasareferencetoachieverealisticfeaturesontheirknights.ThemakingAbasicframewascreatedusingarmaturewirepaddedwithlengthsofwadding.Astuffedstockingheadwasthenattachedtothebody.Hairanddrawnfacialfeatureswerealsoaddedalthoughthesewouldnotbeseenonthefinishedproduct.Achallengewasplacedwhenallchildrenwereexpectedtohandsewanundergarmentfortheirknight.Itisamazinghowfewchildrenexperiencesewingathome.Acottonundershirtandtrousershelpedkeepallthepaddingcontained.EmbossingFoilwasintroducedwiththemakingofthebreastplateandwasahugesuccess.AlthougharangeofdifferentmaterialscorrugatedcardboardvariousfabricsTyveccontactWireformandmetallicpaperswereavailableforuseEmbossingFoilwasbyfarthemostpopularmaterialusedbythechildrenfortheirarmour.Theuseofpaperribbonmakersmadethedecorationonthearmourreasonablyeasy.Thechildrenfoundthatbyfeedinglengthsoffoilthroughthesetoolsseveraltimesarealisticlookingembossingeffectwascreated.Onlyafewchosethecorrugatedwatertanklook.OnegirlfoundthatWireformafinemeshmaterialwhencrimpedseveraltimesmadeveryrealisticchainmail.ElbowandkneesectionswereeffectivelycreatedwiththePaperRibbonMakers.Thehelmetwasformedoverafoamballthentransferredtotheheadfordetailing.Page8Term12003EditionZartextraPrimaryArticleKNIGHTScont.PamBarryAltonaPrimarySchoolBootsandgauntletscompletedthetotalencasingoftheoriginalframe.Thechildrenwereabletocreatetheirweaponsathomeiftheywishedsosomeinterestingresultsreturnedthankstosomecleverdads.Thosemadeatschoolagainusedfoildowelcardboardetc.ThedetailsomechildrenworkedintotheirknightswasquiteamazingwithcrusadersTeutonicknightsandalittletouchoffantasyallliningupforbattle.Finalpresentationwasonamountingblock.Extrasupportfortheknightwasprovidedbyaflagstaffonwhichwasdisplayedtheirindividualcoatofarms.Finialsandtasselsaddedspecialeffects.ThevarietyintheKnightsfinalstancewasalsoquiteinterestingattackingdefendingchargingwieldingweaponsrestingandsomesimplysurviving.Onegirlovercameadifferenceinherknightsleglengthbystandingherknightwithonefootontopofanenemyshead...ghoulishbuteffective.Thestunningendresultamemorablevisualartspiecetobedisplayedproudlymadethetimetakenincompletionallworthwhile.Theenthusiasticresponsefromtheboysinparticularwasveryencouraging.Allthechildrenagreedtheyhadenjoyedtheprocessandaredelightedwiththefinalproduct. Page9Term12003EditionZartextraThisarticledescribesatextilemuralwhichwascreatedbythechildrenofRangeviewPrimarySchool27ChuringaAvenueMitchamasaresultofaCityofWhitehorse2002ArtistinSchoolsGrant.TextileartistMichelleMischkulnigofChirnsideParkdirectedtheproject.TheartistwasassistedbyDotBrowneVisualArtsteacher.Wewereinterestedincreatingatextilemuraltodecoratethefrontfoyerofourschool.WeinvitedtextileartistMichelleMischkulnigtoassistusintheproject.MichelleisaverysuccessfultextileartistandcurrentlyexhibitsinmanylocalgalleriesincludingTheStonehouseinWarrandytewhereIfirstsawherwork.WeappliedforaCityofWhitehorse2002ArtistinSchoolsGrantandweresuccessfulinoureffortsmuchtoourdelight.Weinvitedsubmissionsfordesignsofthemuralfromparentsandthewidercommunitythroughannouncementsatassembliesandtheschoolsweeklynewsletter.Twodesignswereforthcoming.Onewasacomputer-manipulateddigitalphotographoftheschoolentrancebuildingsubmittedbyourartisticschoolsecretaryandtheotherasketchoftheschoolovalbehindaforegroundofnativeplantgardensandabackgroundoftheDandenongRanges.ThiswassubmittedbyateachersaideandleaderoftheschoolGreeniesGroup.Itwastheviewwegetfromourschoolcar-park.Wedecidedtousebothcont.ProfileRANGEVIEWTEXTILEMURALDotBrowneArtCraft Page10Term12003EditionZartextraProfileideas.MichellesuggestedthatwebeinfluencedbyJeannieBakerschildrensstory-bookentitledWindows.Sowedecidedtoincorporatethetwoideassubmittedintothreeseparateverticalpanels.Thesesmallersegmentswouldmakethewholeprojectmucheasiertohandlewiththesewingmachineandwouldvirtuallyreproducetheviewfromourlibrarywindowsinthree1metrex1.5metrepanels.WeappealedtotheschoolcommunityforwoolsandmaterialsinenvironmentalcoloursandweraidedReverseArtTruckrecyclingdepotforsimilaritems.Wewereoverwhelmedbytheresponsefromtheparentsandwefoundsomebeautifulrecycledbluesatinflagswhichwouldbeperfectforthesky.Michelleworkedwithvariousgradesoneortwodaysaweekandworkedondifferentdayssothatshewouldcovereverygradeintheschool.Wesetuptwosewingmachinesonaseparatetableinonecorneroftheart-roomandsheworkedwithtwochildrenatatimeonelearninghowtooperatethefootcontrolandsewstraightandcurvinglinesonpaperandthengraduatingtoworkonthemuralitselfsupervisedbytheartist.Aswellasmachinesewingthechildrenenjoyeddoingavarietyofotheractivitiesnamelydyeingmuslinfabricforthefoliagescrapingoilpastelsontohand-madepaperforthemountainscuttingupmaterialsandwoolsforthetreefoliagemachine-sewinglargeareasoftheskyoverlayingthebluesatinwithfineorganzaandthensewingonthecloudssewingpaper-barkontocalicotreeshapesfortheforegroundtreesbranchessewingfabricleafshapescuttingthemoutgluingthemon.sewingthegrassyovalareawithlongloopytailorstackingstitcheswhichhadtobesnippedtocreatethegreengrasssewingthebutterflieswingsontospecialmaterialwhichdissolveswhenyouwashit.attachingthebutterfliestovariouspartsofthemuralpanelswithcraftglue.FromtimetotimeMichelleconferredwithChrisHallamtheleaderofourkeenGreeniesGroupabouttheplantsnativetoourareaandtheplantswhichwereintheschoolgardenswhichshewouldattempttoportrayintheforegroundofeachpanel.ItwasawonderfulworkingrelationshipwithMichelle.Sherelatedwelltothestudentsandthechildrenlearntavarietyofnewskillsfromthetalentedartist.Manyofthemhadneverusedanelectricsewingmachinebeforeandfoundtheexperienceveryexciting.Weusedathinmasonite-backedMalomitetocreatethewhitesurroundsforeachpanel.AlocalhandymannailedthemintothestainedwoodenframesthathedmadeandmountedthemintheentrancefoyerreadyfortheOfficialOpeningonSeptember19th.TheMayorandlocalcouncilorsarrivedfortheOpeningandweaskedarepresentativestudentfromeachgradetotellthosepresentthepartthattheirgradehadplayedinthewholecreation.OurthankswenttotheCityofWhitehorsefortheinitialgrantwhichinitiatedthismostsuccessfulartisticventure.RANGESVIEWTEXTILEMURALcont.PanelOneSchoolentranceandgardensPanelTwoViewfromacrosstheovaltotheDandenongRanges.PanelThreeShowstheviewfurtherpasttheovaltotheCadburyFactory.Foyerdisplay. ACT.WorkshopActivitiesDateTimeCostEasyCreativeArtActivitiesforclassroomteachersFriday13thJune20039am-12.00noon65.00eachArtTechnology.UsingthecomputercreativelyFriday13thJune20031.30pm-4.30pm65.00eachBookweek2003Saturday14thJune20039am-12.00noon65.00eachBookweek2003Saturday14thJune20031.30pm-4.30pm65.00eachS.A.QLD.Page11Term12003EditionZartextraVictorianschoolsandteachershavehadaccesstohands-onworkshopspresentedbyZartArtConsultantsformanyyears.InterstateteacherswhoreceivedtheZartExtrawouldlookonwithenvyandafewweregiventheopportunitytotraveltoVictoriatoattendtheholidayworkshops.RequestsforBookweekworkshopscamefromCanberraandQueenslandinrecentyearsandKateHarthastravelledtotheselocationstoconductthepopularworkshops.In2003KateHartDiOlssonandSueGraefewillbeflyingfurtherafieldtoinserviceteachersinBrisbaneAdelaideandCanberrainanumberofareas.ParticipantscanbookwithZartArtbyemailingzeszartart.com.auorphoneEuniceorJanon0398901867toreserveyourplace.Averbalconfirmationwillbegiven.ThenZESwillsendorfaxyouawrittenconfirmationandprovideaTaxInvoiceimmediately.IfyoudonotreceivethiswithinsevendaysofbookingpleasecontactZES.Paymentbymailatleastsevendayspriortotheworkshopisrequiredtosecureyourbooking.ZESBOOKINGPOLICYIfpaymenthasnotbeenreceivedatleastthreedayspriortotheworkshopyourbookingmaybeforfeitedandgiventoawaitinglistparticipant.CANCELLATIONCreditswillonlybeissuedifwearenotifiedofcancellationatleast24hourspriortotheworkshop.InthecaseofZEShavingtocancelaworkshopfullrefundswillbeissued.COSTSPleasenoteallthesepricesinclude10GST.WorkshopActivitiesDateTimeCostAboriginalanalArtActivitiesforclassroomteachersThursday12thJune20039am-12.00noon80.00eachAboriginalArtActivitiesforclassroomteachersThursday12thJune20031.30pm-4.30pm80.00eachEasyVisualArtActivitiesforclassroomteachersFriday13thJune20039am-12.00noon80.00eachEasyVisualArtActivitiesforclassroomteachersFriday13thJune20031.30pm-4.30pm80.00eachBookweek2003Saturday14thJune20039am-12.00noon80.00eachBookweek2003Saturday14thJune20031.30pm-4.30pm80.00eachConsultant-DiOlsson.SheaCentreLovedaleStreetWilston.Brisbane.Consultant-KateHart.AdelaideNorthPrimarySchoolTynteStreetNorthAdelaide.WorkshopActivitiesDateTimeCostAboriginalArtActivitiesforclassroomteachersThursday19thJune20039am-12.00noon70.00eachAboriginalArtActivitiesforclassroomteachersThursday19thJune20031.30pm-4.30pm70.00eachEasyCreativeArtActivitiesforclassroomteachersFriday20thJune20039am-12.00noon70.00eachEasyCreativeArtActivitiesforclassroomteachersFriday20thJune20031.30pm-4.30pm70.00eachBookweek2003Saturday21stJune20039am-12.00noon70.00eachBookweek2003Saturday21stJune20031.30pm-4.30pm70.00eachConsultant-SueGraefe.NarrabundahInserviceCentreviaTallaraParkwayNarrabundahProfessionalDevelopmentworkshops.Eachparticipantwillreceivenotesandallartmaterials.AllBookweekworkshopparticipantswilleachreceiveacopyofour2003BookweekActivitiesPublicationwhichretailsfor25.00ZARTEDUCATIONSERVICEISGOINGINTERSTATE LIMITEDSTOCKONLY16availableMONETFrankMilnerInthisA3posterbookarthistorianFrankMilnerhasselected60ofMonetsmostcharacteristicandluminousworksfromeverystageofhislongandproductivecareer.InhisdetailedintroductiontoMonetslifeandworkheshowshowmanyartisticstrandscurrentinlatenineteenth-centuryFrancecontributedtoMonetsshapingofadistinctlyImpressionistpracticeandalsohowtheartistrespondedtolaterartisticmovementssuchasSymbolismandPointillism.112pp.........30.0033.00LIMITEDSTOCKONLY16availableKLIMTMariaCostantinoKeithHartleyanarthistorianwithaspecialinterestinearlytwentieth-centuryGermanicarttracesKlimtslifeandworkthroughallthecomplexstagesofhisdevelopment.Hesetshisoeuvreinthecontextoffin-de-siecleViennaanddiscussesKlimtsimportancevis--visthemodernmovementingeneralandVienneseartinparticular.Morethan60ofKlimtsfinestworksfromearlyallegoriesthroughsymbolistimagesandgoldenportraitstolyricallandscapesarereproducedinlarge-scalefullcolour.ThesearecomplementedbyaselectionofpreparatorysketchesmosaicsandphotographsoftheartistandhisassociatestomakeKlimtabeautifulandinformativemonographonthismostmysteriousbutalluringartist.112pp.........30.0033.00Page12Term12003EditionZartextrablueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTNewResourcesNewResourcesAWESOMEAustralianArtforContemporaryKidsLauraMurrayCreeMagicalpaintingsandfantasticvideostills.Unrealplasticblow-upsandintricatemodels.Weirdandwonderfulphotographs.GrassArt.Artaboutsecretswishesanddreams.Artthatremembers.Artforlifenow.Thisisthestuffofanexcitingnewartbookforswitched-onkids.Thrillinginformativeunique...thisbookwillcapturetheimaginationoftheyoungatheartandshownewwaystoappreciatetodaysart.Fifty-fourofAustraliastopvisualartistsarerepresentedinAwesomeAustralianArtforContemporyKids.AmongthemareIanAbdullaJamesAngusPeterAtkinsKateBeynonLaurenBerkowitzFionaHallEuanHengStephenLangtonDavidLarwillDonnaMarcusTracyMoffattNoelMcKennaBronwynOliverPatriciaPiccininiAngelinaPwerleWilliamRobinsonLisaRoetRickySwallowHosseinValamaneshandJohnWolseley.Eachfull-pagecolourreproductionisaccompaniedbyadelightfulcameotextof200words.Keyinformationonartistsandgalleriesisgiveninaneasy-to-readtableatthebackofthebook.128pp.......40.9145.00HANDBOOKOFARTGrahamHopwoodAhistoryofpaintingsculptureandarchitecturefromtheearliesttimestothepresentday.ThisconcisehandbookstartswithPrehistoricArtandPrimitiveArtEarlyAmericanCivilizationstoWesternArchitectureWesternSculptureandPaintingtoFarEasternandNearEasternArt.ItfeaturesaTimeandStyleChartofWesternArtandafullGlossaryofTerms.160pp.......35.4138.95AUSTRALIANARTANDARTISTSSueMelvilleandJulieRollinsonInthisbookyouwillfinddetailedstudiesof28contemporaryAustralianartistsandtheirwork.Themanylavishcolourreproductions-360inall-willdelightasyoubecomeimmersedintheartistsworlds.Heartheartistsspeakforthemselvesastheyfocusontheirapproachtotheirworksubjectmattersourceanddevelopmentofideasmediaandtechniquesandexpressivequalities.Tohelpdevelopskillsinanalysiscomprehensionperceptionandcriticalappraisaltheauthorshavealsoincludedquestionsrelatedtostudyingandmakingartineachchapter.448pp......63.6069.96 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T2ZartExtra_Term22003THECOMPUTERGENERATIONtherecenttheoryofmultipleintelligencesbyHowardGardnerhascalledthevalueofIQtestsintoquestion.ThesenewtheoriesdefineintelligenceinwaysthattranscendtheboundariesofIQtestswhichwerechieflydesignedtomeasureabstractreasoningandverbalcomprehension.ThecreativityandintuitionresponsibleforgreatachievementinbothscienceandtheartsarenotreflectedinIQtests.InfactcreativityinvolvestheabilitytothinkdivergentlyandtoenvisionanumberofanswersorsolutionstoaproblemwhereasinIQtestsonlyasingleanswerissought.HoweveruntilthedevelopmentofpsychometricsbasedonHowardGardnerstheoryeducatorsandpsychologistwillprobablycontinuetousetheoldIQtestingmethodsforthepurposeofestablishingifachildhaslearningdifficulties.SothegreatinterestinIQscorescontinues.ArecentstudybyUlricNeisserprofessorofpsychologyatCornellUniversityinNewYorkshowschildrensIQlevelsarebeingboostedbyasmuchas25pointshigherthantheirgrand-parents.ThisisclaimedtobetheresultofbetternutritionandmoreexposuretotechnologytelevisioncomputergamesandInternetaccess.InterestinglyenoughthestudyalsonotesthatwhiletheIQabilitiesofchildrenhasrisentheirverbalandmathematicalskillshaveremainedatthesamelevelforover20years.Otheracademicshaveaddedtothediscussion.DrGeorgeErdosaseniorlecturerinpsychologyatNewcastle-uponTyneUniversityadvocatescomputergamesaregoodforyoungstersinmoderationbecausetheyrequireperseverancefastthinkingandrapidlearning.HoweverBillDickensoftheBookingsInstitutioninWashingtoncautionsthatIQislikeamuscleuseitorloseitandthereforewithoutcontinuedstimulationtheriseinIQlevelswouldfall.AlsoonthissideofthedebateNeilTurokprofessorofmathematicalphysicsatCambridgewarnsover-useofcomputerscouldstifleindependentthought.Hecontendsthatchildrenwillbecomeratherdumbfromdoingrepetitivetasksonthecomputer.HesaysIntheendcomputersaredefinitelynosubstituteforthepowerofthechildsimagination.ZartEducationServiceWehavemovedintoournewwarehouseatNumber5LextonRoadBoxHillNorth.Sameconvenientlocationbutjustalittlelarger.Customertrolleysareavailableforeasycollectionofartmaterialsinthenewwarehouselayout.TheBooksectionislocatedatthefrontofthewarehouseandseatingisavailableforthosewhowishtobrowse.Nowinuniformourfriendlystaffwillcontinuetoofferyouzartartsefficientandknowledgeablecustomerservice.PrimaryArticleAboriginalInspirationsBrightonPrimarySchoolpage3ProfileMosaicMadnessCoatesvillePrimarySchoolpage5SecondaryArticleComputerAidedArtEastDoncasterSecondary.Collegepage6ZartsStudentGallerypage8ActivitiesTheArtOfBeadingpage10AboriginalInspirationsBrightonPrimarySchoolcoverZartArtSchoolWholesaleSupplierZartArtoffersanextensiverangeofresourcesartmaterialscraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.541LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auzartartzartart.com.auHoursMon-Fri8.30am-5.00pmSat8.30am-12.00noonZartsStudentGalleryThegalleryfeaturesartworksmadebystudentsofPreptoYear12fromallaroundVictoria.Schoolscanarrangeforstudentstovisitthegalleryanalysetheworksoftheircontemporariesandthenmakearelevantpieceoftheirownartworkinourworkshopswithanartconsultant.ThegalleryisalsoopentothepublicforviewingduringopeninghourspleaseseeZarthoursfreeofcharge.ForTermGallerylistingsrefertoourZartExtraandourwebsite.ZartEducationServiceZartEducationServiceprovideshandsonprofessionaldevelopmentworkshopsforprimaryandsecondaryteachersaswellasLOTEteacherskinder-gartenandlibrarians.VisualArtsworkshopsareregularlyheldatZartandinmetropolitanandcountrylocationsanduponrequestatyourschooldistrictorKLAsgroup.PleaserefertotheWorkshopInsertasupplimenttoeveryZartExtraorrefertoourwebsitefordatesandtimes.ZartworksRetailShopZartworkshaveallyourartandcraftneedscateringforbothbeginnerandprofessionalartists.Youcanselectfromawiderangeofvisualartscraftandgraphicsupplies.Browseatyourleisureorseekassistancefromourexperiencedstaff.341LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398905110Fax0398986527Internetzartartzartart.com.auemailzartworkszartart.com.auHoursMon-Fri9.00am-5.00pmSat9.00am-12.00noonZARTEXTRAAVisualArtspublicationproducedeachtermforKindergartenPrimaryandSecondaryTeachersbyZartArtandZartEducationService. ZartExtra_Term220033primaryarticletocelebrateandcommemoratethe2002InternationalYearOfTheOutbackBrightonPrimarySchoolheldanArtsShow.Onthedayoftheeventthereweremusicalandchoralperformancesbydifferentgradesandeveryoneofour700studentsexhibitedapieceofartworkwhichcouldbepurchasedbyparents.ForthepaintingsectionoftheexhibitionLevel1studentscreatedtheirversionofanAboriginalcavepaintinganddrewuponbothpaintinganddrawingskillsacquiredinprep.AspartofcurriculumworktheyhadbyhelenchurcherbrightonprimaryschoolbeenintroducedtotheunitColourMyWorld.TheyhadexperimentedwiththeprimarycolourstocreatenewcoloursmademarkswithpaintonpaperusingtoolsotherthanabrushandblendedcoloureddyesandoilpastelssoIwashopingtoincorporatesomeoftheknowledgeandtechniquestheyhadacquiredthepreviousyearinthisparticularpieceofwork.artsCriticismandaestheticsWestartedtheprojectbylookingatavarietyofindigenousartworksfromdifferentpartsofAustraliaandfocusingonthemoretraditionalworksAboriginalInspirationsratherthanmodernpieces.Wediscussedcolourshapesandsymbolsaswellasthetechniqueofdepictingsomeanimalsasx-raypictures.WealsotalkedabouthowtheAboriginalsmadetheirpaintsthecolourstheymadeandmethodstheyusedtoapplythepaint.ArtsSkillsTechniquesandProcessesFormakingtheircavepaintingsthestudentsusedcoloursoftheoutback-orangeburntumberburntsiennaandyellowochre.Thesecolourswereappliedwithspongesrollerspiecesofcardandscrunchednewspaper.Thenextstepwastostampaseriesof...experimentedwiththeprimarycolourstocreatenewcoloursmademarkswithpaintonpaperusingtoolsotherthanabrushandblendedcoloureddyesandoilpastels... 4ZartExtra_Term22003primaryarticlecontwhitehandprintsrandomlyoverthepainting.ThefollowinglessonbeganwithatalkaboutanimalsfoundintheAustralianoutback.ThechildrenhadrecentlybeentothezooandmanyhadvisitedHealesvilleSanctuarysotheywerefamiliarwiththefeaturesofkangaroosemusgoannasandothernativeanimals.Theseanimalsweredrawnonaseparatesheetofpaperusingfeltpensoroilpastelscutoutandpastedontothepaintedbackground.Ateachingpointforallstudentswastoensureanimallegswerenottooskinnysotheywouldnotfalloffwhencutaround.Thefinalstagewastomounteachpieceonwhitecardandlabelthem.RespondingToTheArtsThetotaltimeforcreatingtheseartworkswasthreeforty-fiveminutelessonsandatthecompletionofeachlessonwehadasharingtimewherestudentsdisplayedtheirworkinprogress.Manymadecommentsabouttheirownworkandwereencouragedtoaskquestionsabouttheworkofotherclassmembers.ThestudentswerethenabletoviewtheirworkafteritwasmountedanddisplayedfortheArtsShow.DuringtheArtsShowthissectionoftheexhibitionbroughtmanypositivecommentsfromparentsbecauseofitssimplicityandtheuninhibitednatureofitsverytalentedartists....ThechildrenhadrecentlybeentothezooandmanyhadvisitedHealesvilleSanctuarysotheywerefamiliarwiththefeaturesofkangaroosemusgoannasandothernativeanimals... ZartExtra_Term220035profile2002wastheyearinwhichthestudentsstaffandparentsatCoatesvillePrimarySchoolwereconsumedbymosaicmadness.Overthecourseoftheyearstudentsfrompreptogradesixproducedover230mosaicpavers30x30cm.Nowin2003weareallveryexcitedtosoonseetheminstalledinournewschoolgrounds.Theconceptbegansimplyfromthedesiretovisuallyenhancebeautifyandcomplementournewschoolbuildingusingthestudentsartwork.Wewerefortunateenoughtohaveaparentwhoisaprofessionalmosaicartistvolunteerhertimeandguidethestudentsparentvolunteersandmyselfthroughtheentireprocess.IwantedtogivethestudentsauniqueandenjoyableVisualArtsunitthatwouldprovidethemwithamemorableeducationalexperience.Communitysupportwasintegraltothesmoothrunningoftheprojectandenthusiasmquicklyspread.Theresultswerestunninglydesignedmosaicpaverswhichwillbecomeapermanentfeatureinourschoolgrounds-somethingthatwillleavethestudentswithalastingimpressionoftheirtimespentatCoatesvillePrimarySchool.StudentsworkedinpairsandeagerlyparticipatedinthemosaicsessionswhichincludedanintroductorytalkbythemosaicartistparentthedesignprocessusingahammertobreakthetilessortingandplacingthetilepiecessecuringwithmuslinandPVAandfinallygroutingandpolishingthecompletedmosaicpaver.ThemosaicsessionswereconductedduringVisualArtslessonsand5-6sessionswereneededforeachgradetocompletetheirpavers.Thisvariedaccordingtotheageandlevelofeachclass.Extratimewasneededoutsidetheartlessonsforparentvolunteerstomixandpourcementsandmixtureintoframesnotsuitableforprimarystudentsandtoremovepaversreadyforthechildrensgroutingsession.Studentslearnttoconfidentlyusearangeofnewmaterialsequipmentandtechniquesinthemosaicsessionsandbegantouseappropriateterminologytodescribethese.Allstudentsthoroughlyenjoyedthehandsonexperienceofthesessionsandhavetakenmuchprideintheircompletedpaverswhichwillbeproudlydisplayedintheschoolgroundsthisyear.ManyofthechildrenenjoyedthemosaicsessionssomuchthattheyhavecontinuedtopursuemosaicsasahobbyandsomeoftheparentshavetakenupmosaicclassesthemselvesTheClearanceSalewillofferyouthechancetopickupartmaterialsatbelowcostprices.FreeJewellerymakingworkshopswithinstructorsguidingyouthroughthestep-by-stepprocessofmakingbeadedbraceletsornecklaces.Foursessionsthroughoutthedayforyoutochoosefromforteachersonly.Bookingsessentialsopleasering0398901867Session19am-10amSession211am-12noonSession31pm-2pmSession43.30pm-4.30pmPlusongoingdemonstrationsbyartsandcraftspeoplethroughouttheday.Zartworksourretailoutletwillbeofferingretailcustomersa20DiscountonallpurchasesmadeonFriday11thandSaturday12thmorningonly.FRIDAY11THJULYZARTEXPOJoinusinadayoffunbargainsinformationatZartArtsannualOpenday...enhancebeautifycomplementournewschool...MADNESSMOSAIC 6ZartExtra_Term22003secondaryarticleInthissubjectthestudentsstudythethemeofTheEnvironmentLandscapeandtheyexploreawidevarietyofmediumswhichculminatesinacanvaspainting.InthisparticularunitofworkIwantedthestudentstoexplorehowdifferentartistsusethelandscapeasinspiration.Anadditionalaimwastousethenewcomputersinourclassroomasanarttool.WhenexploringideasIcameacrossaseriesofimagesbyPietMondrianwherehegraduallyreducedthebranchesandtrunksoftreesintoanabstractdesign.IcouldseethepossibilitiesofusingthisartworkasastartingpointwiththecomputersoftwarewehadintheCollege-CorelPhotoPaint10.Thetopicbeganinaverytraditionalwaywithstudentsgoingoutsidetodrawthestructureofvarioustrees.Theywereaskedtoconcentrateontrunksandbranchesandifanyleaveswereonthetreestheyweretoignorethem.Insidetheclassroomstudentsusedpenandinktocreateablacktreesilhouette.BecausethefinalproducthadtobescannedonasmallscannerthestudentsnextusedapieceofA4papertoisolateaninterestingareaofthetreecanopyfromtheirlargeA2drawing.Iphotocopiedthispartofthedrawing.Thentheydrewablackborderaroundthephotocopyandusingblackfinelinersandmarkerstheyextendedallbranchestotheedgeofthepaperorensuredthatthebranchesformedisolatedshapes-likeastainglasswindow.Thiswascriticaltothefinalscanningandmanipulationwiththecomputersoftwarebecausethewhiteareasbetweenthebranchescannotbefilledunlessasolidareaofblacksurroundsthem.Thefinalblackandwhiteworkwasthenscannedontothecomputerandsavedasajpegfile.TheCollegehasasitelicenceforCorelPhotoPaintsoIwasabletotakeallthestudentsintoacompletecomputerlabwhereIcouldteachthemhowtousethesoftware.Thesoftwarerecognizesthewhitespacesbetweenthebranchesandthesecanbefilledwithvarioustools.LikeMondrianstudentswerefrommondriantomousepadPaintingandDrawingYear10VisualArtsCSFLevel6ByCathyPriceEastDoncasterSecondaryCollegeOutcomeArtsPractice6.16.2RespondingtotheArts6.36.4...PietMondrianwherehegraduallyreducedthebranchesandtrunksoftreesintoanabstractdesign. ZartExtra_Term220037scecondaryarticlecontencouragedtomoveawayfromrealismintoabstraction.Theyweregiventimetoexperimentwiththesoftwarebutthefinalproducthadtobemorecreativeandthoughtfulthenjustarandomselectionofinterestingpatterns.Theywereencouragedtoapproachtheworkwithathemewhichcouldfocusoncolourstonesortextures.Theresultswereprintedbackintheclassroomonqualitypaperandframed.Theresultswerebeautifulandeveryonewaspleasedwiththedramaticfinalproducts.Thetopichaswiderangingpossibilities.Fromthecomputeraideddesignsstudentscangoontocreatepaintingsglassormosaicpanels.AlthoughweusedCorelPhotoPaint10othersoftwarearecapableofsimilarresults.Asimilarproductcanbeproducedwithoutacomputer.Inthisprocesstheblackandwhiteinkdrawingcouldbephotocopiedonheavypaperandstudentscoulddrawcollageorpainttheabstractformscreated.computeraidedartYear10SubjectPaintingDrawingCFSKLATheartsSTRANDVisualArtsLEVEL6UnitTheArtoftheLandscapeEnvironmentTopicFromMondriantoMousePadArtsPractice6.1Makeandpresentartworkswhichexplorethemesissuesandideas.6.2Structureandpresentartworksappropriatetochosenstylesandforms.Explorethethemeofthelandscapeorenvironmentusingavarietyofmediumsandsubjectmatteraswellasartstylesandartists.InvestigatestyleofMondrianandthereductionofrealisticimagerytoabstraction.Drawingfromlifeavarietyoftreesandtheirstructureandcompletedsilhouettedrawingswithpenandblackink.ApartofthefinaldrawingwasisolatedtoanA4sizeandthisareawasphotocopiedandthenmodifiedbeforescanning.Imagewassavedasjpegfile.UsingthesoftwareCorelPhotoPaint10studentsfilledareasbetweenthebranchescreatinganabstractdesign.ResourcesCorelPhotoPaint10orsimilarsoftwareA4A2WhitecartridgeBlackinkpensbrushesScannercolourprinterBlackpaperforframingRespondingtotheArts6.3Analyseandinterpretthecontentstructureandaestheticqualitiesofartworks.6.4AnalysethecharacteristicsandroleofartindifferentculturalcontextsAgeneralinvestigationofthethemeoflandscapeenvironmentinart.PartofcoursefocusesonthestyleofAbstractionusinglandscapeorotherrealisticsubjectmatterasastartingpoint.OverviewoftheworksofPietMondrianandthetransformationofhislandscapesparticularlytreestudiesintoabstraction.ResourcesBooksandslidesonabstractioninparticulartheworkofMondrianandCubists.UnitTopicOutline 8ZartExtra_Term22003Thisunitofworkcreatedbygrade12studentsdevelopedasaresultofthestudyofvariousformsoftransport.Theybeganbyexploringpicturesandbooksofdifferenttypesoftransport.Aselectionwasmadeandthenusingtheprinciplesofobservationaldrawingstudentscompletedadetailedcharcoalpicture.Theoriginalcharcoalimageswerephotocopied.Wethenexploredtonalshadingwherestudentspaintedthesepiecesusingalimitedpalletofblackandwhite.HelenKupferLevel2VisualArtsTeachersituatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels1-7.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailonjanzartart.com.auTheboysinGrade3createdthesemixeduppeopleover3-4weeksintheArtStudio.OnasheetofA2CartridgePapertheydrewaheadshapeapproximatelyA4size.TheydividedtheshapeintosectionsandpaintedtheshapewitheithercoolorwarmcolourswiththeOcaldoBlocks.Theythenextendedthecolourintheoppositetemperatureintothebackgrounddowntotheiridentifiedhorizonline.Decorativelineswereaddedtotheshape.Imagesfrommagazineswerecollagedontothebackgrounduptothehorizonline.Abodycutfromamagazinewasstuckonasaforegroundandeyesnoseandmouthwerecutandgluedontothefaceshape.Thepositionsofthesefeatureswereanimportantconsideration.Theheadsandbackgroundswereoverworkedwithmetallicmarkersfluorescentglitterandmetallicpenstoaddfurtherdetail.SomeofthestudentstracedtheheadshapeontoanothersheetofpaperandtapedfeathersWoolTopsorWoolthrumstothetracedoutlineforhairbeforegluingorstaplingthedecoratedheadandcollageoverit.zartsstudentgalleryMIXEDUPPEOPLECAMBERWELLBOYSGRAMMARterm2003transportormondprimaryschoolMontrosePrimarySchoolArtStoolsMurrayPlainsClusterSchoolsWaterDioramasOakleighPrimarySchoolPapierMacheFruitOrmondPrimarySchoolFruitImpressionismTransportParkmorePrimarySchoolPastelDrawingsPendersGrovePrimarySchoolWhalesPeninsulaGrammarKlimtVasesStaroftheSeaPastelDrawingsStLeonardsCollegeBangholmeLandscapesWestgarthPrimarySchoolSeaHorsesBlackburnHighSchoolLinoprintsBrightonPrimarySchoolAboriginalInspirationsCamberwellGrammarMixedUpPeopleChirnsideParkPrimarySchoolQuiltCoatesvillePrimarySchoolWindowsEummemeringSecondaryCollegePicassoPeopleEastDoncasterSecondaryCollegeComputerArtHughesdalePrimarySchoolWildAnimalsMcKinnonPrimarySchoolLandscapesbirdscamberwellboysgrammar a4ZartExtra_Term220039OPTICALBOARDA4Prismlikecardboardin5vividmetalliccolours.WithitskaleidoscopequalitythisA4boardisidealforconstructionitcouldbeusedforcollageaddingpizzazztoadisplayboardcardmakinganddecorativeborders.Easytocutandwiththecardbackingitiseasytoglueontoothersurfaces.Pktof10........7.358.09mirrorboardThisA4cardboardwithitsmirrorlikepropertiesmakesagreatadditiontocardboardmosaicsdecorativecardmakingorevenforacreativemirrormadefrommodellingmaterial.Useasasubstitutemirrorforyoungerchildrentocreateaspecialgift.Easytocutandgluetoanothersurface.Pktof10..7.358.09SixdifferentbeaddesignsinoneboxNotonlyarethebeadsfantasticbutthehardplasticcompartmentcasetheycomeinisdesignedtokeepthebeadssortedintoeachdesign.Createwearablejewelleryaddcolourandtexturetotextilecreationsmaskmakingorpuppetsmaybeenhancedwiththesecolourfulbeads.NinedifferentboxesareavailableassortedcolourspinkmetallicbluepurplegreenredamberorChristmascolours.WhenorderingpleasespecifywhichCreativeBeadBoxyouwouldlike.300g...........22.7525.03STRETCHMAGICBEADCORDIssimplygreatforbeadingandjewellerymaking.Itisstrongyetstretcheslikeelasticmakingthejewelleryeasytowearandremove.Thenon-frayingendsmakebeadseasytostringandknottingeasy.7mmdiametreclearcordcomesona5metrereelPkt.............11.7112.88MEMORYWIREThisSilverwireisusedtothreadbeadsontotocreatespiralbraceletsornecklaces.Easytomanipulateandbendwithjewellerypliersmakingitidealforfashionableandcreativejewellerymaking.Necklacelengthisapproximately40cminpacksof10.SpiralBraceletlengthisapproximately75cmin4spiralswhichmaybeusedasoneorcutintotwobangles.NecklacePktof108.349.17NYLONCOATEDWIRE30lb10metrerollwith12crimpsthisNylonCoatedwireisidealforjewellerymakingnecklacesearringsandbracelets.Easytothreadbeadsonandfinishoffwithcrimps.10mroll.........4.204.62CRIMPSPackof25crimpstousewithnyloncoatedwireforjewellerymaking.Pktof25.......4.204.62creativebeadboxnewproductsBraceletPktof108.349.17italicpricesdonotincludegstBoldpricesincludeGST 10ZartExtra_Term22003activitiesthehumanneedforadorningthebodywithbeautifyingobjectshasexistedsincethebeginningoftime.Ornamentationwasusedbyearlymanforpurelyaestheticreasonsidentificationpurposesordenotingstatusandgroupmembership.Laterancientculturesextendeditsusetomoresymbolicceremonialorreligiouspurposes.Beadsareoneoftheoldestartforms.Thefirstmaterialsusedwerefoundobjectsfromtheimmediatenaturalenvironmentincludinglocalseabeds.Howeverbecauseoftheirsizebeautyandportabilitybeadswerehighlysoughtafterwhenhumansbegantotradewitheachotherandhavebeenfoundhundredsofmilesawayfromtheiroriginalsource.TheoldestbeadsonrecordarethenassariusshellbeadsfromtheUcagizlicaveinTurkey.SimpletubebeadsmadefrombirdbonesandriverpebbleswereusedbyearlycivilizationinwhatisnowIraq.Archaeologistshavealsofoundearlymanmadestonebeadsandsun-driedclaybeadsinMexicoandblackcoralbeadsintheCaribbean.ThePharaohsofAncientEgyptevenbuiltcitiesintheSinaiDesertandoccupieditforafewmonthseveryyearinordertominetheturquoisefoundthere.InChinaduringtheQingdynastyallmembersofthecourtandmilitaryincludingtheirchildrenhadtowearcourtchainswhichweremodelledaftertherosarybeadsofTibet.Toexpandtheirholdonpreciousmaterialscountriesbegantosearchformoreuniqueanddesirablematerialshencebegantheageofexploration.TheSpanishwenttotheAmericasinsearchofgoldcoralandrubiesbutinsteadfoundsilverturquoiseandjade.Thediscoveriesofmetalsfirstledtofrustrationandthentonewwaysofworkingwiththesematerials.Onecouldnotchipatthemetallicrocksoanewmethodhadtobefoundthustheprocessofextractingthemetalliccomponentofarockbyheatingittochangeitsformwasinvented.TheageofgoldandsilverjewellerybeginsInthelate19thcenturyanotherwayofworkingwithmaterialswasdeveloped-synthesizingtheprocessofputtingtogetherseparatepartstoformawholehencenewmaterialsJEWELLERYMAKINGStretchMagicisastrongandstretchyeasytoknotjewellerycord.Itisparticularlysuitableforyoungerstudents.ToMakeNecklaceorBracelet1.CutStretchMagiccordtodesiredlength.2.Knotoneend.3.Threadonasmallbeadfirstandthenthreadchosenpatternofbeads.4.Jointhetwoendstogetherwithasimpleknot.MaterialsStretchMagicBeadandjewelleryCordBeadsTheArtofBeadingStretchBraceletorNecklace. endofthewireloopintothecrimpsothatitisatleasthalfwayinthecrimp.Useapairofteethpliersandpressdownoncrimp.3.Threadbeads.4.Tofinishusethesamemethodusedtostarti.e.crimpaloopasinstep2.5.Threadeachpartofaclaspintoeachloop.Usearoundnosepairofplierstoopenclaspattachmentandapairofteethplierstocloseitfirmly.NoteManipulatingcrimpsmaybetootaxingforyoungerstudents.NylonCoatedWireisasoftflexiblewireandwillallowmoreflexibilityinlengthandshape.Itmaybeusedfornecklacesbraceletsorearrings.PiecesofNylonwiremaybeaddedtothemainpartofthenecklacewithcrimpsortwoorthreelengthsmaybeattachedtothesameclaspseediagrambelowandadjacent.ToMakeNylonCoatedWirenecklaceorbracelet1.MeasuredesiredlengthofNylonCoatedWire.2.Tostartfoldoneend1cmtoformaloop.ThreadacrimpontotheNylonCoatedWireandholdwheretheendofloopmeetsthewire.ThreadtheZartExtra_Term2200311activitiescontMemorywireisflexibleandspringsbackintoitscurvedformwhenyoutrytostraightenit...hencethename.Thesepiecesofjewelleryareveryeasytomakeatanyageastheyrequirenofindingsi.e.claspcrimpsplit-ringetcusedputjewellerytogether.Tomakeanecklaceorbracelet1.Cutthedesiredlengthofmemorywire.2.Tostartusearoundnosepairofpliersandturnoneend1cmtowardlengthofwiretoformaloop.Closeloopwithapairofteethpliersbypressingontheroundedendofwire.3.Designapatternofbeadsinarowonthetableandwhensatisfiedthreadbeads.4.Tofinishleave2cmatendofbeadingandclosethenecklaceorbraceletinthesamewayasstep2instructionsi.e.turnwirein1cm.MaterialsPre-cutMemoryWireBeadsRoundnosepliersFlatNoseTeethplierscorrectloopincorrectlooploopcrimpcrimpMemoryNecklaceandBracelet.calledsynthetics.Aluminiumcreatedthroughasynthesisofsmeltingwasfirstusedforbeadsandwasmoreexpensivethangold.Laterothersyntheticssuchasplasticswereinvented.Todayjewellerymakersusenumeroustechniquesbotholdandnewtoproducetheirartworks.Whileearlymanstrungbeadsonapieceofdrygrasstodaysemi-preciousgemstonessuchasLapisarecutonadiamondwheelshapedonagrinderandputinatumbler.ThislastprocessusesarotatingcylindershapedboxcontainingabrasivepowdertorefinetheLapisshapeandgiveitpolishbeforeitisstrungonstrongpolyesterthread.Stringingbeadstoputaroundyourneckorarmisstillanenjoyableactivityforchildrenandadultsalike.Onpage9aresomenewsyntheticbeadswhichwewouldliketointroducetoyou.WehavealreadytriedworkingwiththemandcanguaranteealotoffunNoteToavoidbeadsrollingoffthetableprovideeachstudentwithapieceofcorrugatedcardboardoranoldteatowelorfacewash.Giveeachstudentashallowrecycledtubinwhichtoputhisorherchosenbeads.Jewellerypliersareespeciallymadewithacentralspringonthehandletoprovidemoregripandallowmanipulation.TheonesrequiredforjewellerymakingareWireCuttersthethickerthewirethebiggerthecuttersneedtobe.RoundNosePliersformanipulatingthewire.FlatnoseTeethPliersserratedforpressingwiretogetherandclosingends.Ifyouneedtofindthecentreofthewiresothataparticularsymmetricalpatternisachievedwirehastobemeasuredandthenmarkedwithapieceofmaskingtapeorpermanentmarker.Thesmallerseedbeadsarenotsuitableforsmallhands.2lengthsofNyloncoatedwireclaspsclaspsMaterialsWirecuttersRoundnosepliersFlatNoseTeethpliersNyloncoatedwireCrimpsBeadsNylonCoatedwireNecklaceorBracelet.Howtoaddanotherlengthofwire OceansofStoriesBookWeek2003NewResourcesMOSAICSSTEPBYSTEPMichellePowellBegintheartofMosaicsatanearlyagewiththeuseoffoundobjectssuchaspebblespastanutswashersscrewsandboltseggshellsfoilandairdryingclay.Withstep-by-stepinstructionsthisbookhas10simpleprojectsintroducingyoungstudentstoMosaics.32pp........17.2318.95MAKINGMOSAICSLeslieDierksPiecebypiecestepbystepdiscoverhoweasyitistocreatecolourfulcarefullyconstructedmosaics.Thisbookbeginswithalistofneededresourcesalongwithsomehelpfulhintsonthebestmaterialstousetoachievethebestresults.Photographsanddetailedinstructionsprovideanoverviewofthefouressentialtechniques-piqueassiettedirectindirectandthree-dimensionalapplication.127pp.......40.9145.00CREATIVEMOSAICSMonicaCresciChiaraDiPintoThisbookgivesthereaderaninitialpresentationofthebasicmaterialsrequiredandanumberofprojectsthatexplainthebasictechniquesofmakingmosaics.Creatingobjectsinaneasyfastandinexpensiveway.Theaimofthisbookistoencouragecreativity.160pp.......31.7734.95THEENCYCLOPEDIAOFCARTOONINGTECHNIQUESSteveWhitakerAcomprehensivedirectoryofallaspectsofthecartoonistsart.Everythingfromfindinginspirationtogettingyourcartoontoprint.Itexploreshatchingandcrosshatchingcorrectingmistakesusingcolourbackgroundslineandwashcaricaturelightandshade.176pp......36.3239.9512ZartExtra_Term22003newresourcesCREATIVEELEMENTSValerieEvansMythslegendsandbeliefsfromaroundtheworldactasaninspirationforthecreativearts.Thisbookprovidesstimulatingideasforcreativewritingpoetryartdancedramaandmusic.Inspiredbytheelementsfirewaterearthandair.72pp........31.7734.95THENEWMOSAICSD.T.DawsonThisbookusessimpletechniquesandbasicmaterialstocreatebeautifulmosaicswithstep-by-stepinstructionsformaking40fabulousprojects.Learnthebasicsofgatheringandarrangingmaterialscreatingandtransferringdesignsandconstructingmosaicsofallkinds.128pp.......27.2329.95ARTOFTHELANDJoanChambersThisbookcombinesartactivitieswiththestudyandappreciationofAustralianartistsandtheirwork.ItcoversarichandvariedrangeofworksofartinspiredbythelandofAustraliafromearlycolonialtimestothepresentday.EachofthesixteensectionsfeaturesonefamousAustralianartist.Therearebiographicaldetailsthereproductionofawell-knownworkandastep-by-stepguideforcreatingartworksinspiredbyit.Severalotherpaintingsbytheartistarediscussedalongwithfurthercreativeartideas.Manymountinganddisplaysuggestionsarealsoincluded.72pp.......31.7734.95BookSpotlightblueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTBOOKWEEK2003OceansofStoriesZESTheConciseOxfordDictionaryentryonoceanstatesGreatbodyofwateroneofthemainareastheseaimmenseexpanseorquantityofanything...OurBookweekthemethisyeartellsusthatstoriesareimmensetheyarethereforusandourstudentstoreadandenjoy.WhatathemeStoriesandactivitieseverywhereThisbookalsoincludesactivitesfortheshortlistedEarlyChildhoodandPictureStoryBooksof2003.......22.7325.00NBThisbookisincludedinallour2003BookweekWorkshops. Term32003RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003 HE2ZartExtra_Term32003Heboresme.Heoughttohavestucktohisflyingmachine.OnLeonardoDaVinciPierreAugusteRenoirZartEducationServicezartartinreviewThezartartexpowasheldinjulyandwasahugesuccess.Forthosewhoattendedwehopeyoutookadvantageofthegreatbargainsonofferandenjoyedourfreeworkshopsandproductdemonstrations.Thanksforcomingitwasagreatopportunityforustomeetourvaluedcustomersandputfacestonames.HopetoseeyounextyearOursalesconsultantsrenevankanandgeorgiamandarinohavebeenontheroadshowingnewproductstonewandcurrentinterstatecustomersinbrisbaneadelaidelauncestoncanberra.wewouldliketowelcomeournewinterstatecustomerstozartartandtoourzartextra.ZeszarteducationserviceshopeyouenjoyedBookWeek2003workshopsOceansofstories.term3holidayswillseetheintroductionofChristmasatZart.Asnotallchristmasworkshopsdatesareavailableattimeofprintpleaserefertoourwebsiteforalltheup-to-dateworkshopdetailswww.zartart.com.auWorkshopsmain.htmSecondaryArticleSerigraphyScreenPrintingThomasCarrCollegepage3ProfileTheIanPotterFoundationChildrensGardenpage5ZartsStudentGalleryWhatsonandfeaturinginourGalleryforTerm3.page6PrimaryArticleDyePrintTakingtheBaitBrunswickSWPrimarySchoolpage8ActivitiesTakeaFreshLookatYarnplus...newwoolsyarnspage10SerigraphyScreenPrintingThomasCarrCollegecoverZartArtSchoolWholesaleSupplierZartArtoffersanextensiverangeofresourcesartmaterialscraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.541LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auzartartzartart.com.auHoursMon-Fri8.30am-5.00pmSat8.30am-12.00noonZartsStudentGalleryThegalleryfeaturesartworksmadebystudentsofPreptoYear12fromallaroundVictoria.Schoolscanarrangeforstudentstovisitthegalleryanalysetheworksoftheircontemporariesandthenmakearelevantpieceoftheirownartworkinourworkshopswithanartconsultant.ThegalleryisalsoopentothepublicforviewingduringopeninghourspleaseseeZarthoursfreeofcharge.ForTermGallerylistingsrefertoourZartExtraandourwebsite.ZartEducationServiceZartEducationServiceprovideshandsonprofessionaldevelopmentworkshopsforprimaryandsecondaryteachersaswellasLOTEteacherskinder-gartenandlibrarians.VisualArtsworkshopsareregularlyheldatZartandinmetropolitanandcountrylocationsanduponrequestatyourschooldistrictorKLAsgroup.PleaserefertotheWorkshopInsertasupplimenttoeveryZartExtraorrefertoourwebsitefordatesandtimes.ZartworksRetailShopZartworkshaveallyourartandcraftneedscateringforbothbeginnerandprofessionalartists.Youcanselectfromawiderangeofvisualartscraftandgraphicsupplies.Browseatyourleisureorseekassistancefromourexperiencedstaff.341LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398905110Fax0398986527Internetzartartzartart.com.auemailzartworkszartart.com.auHoursMon-Fri9.00am-5.00pmSat9.00am-12.00noonZARTEXTRAAVisualArtspublicationproducedeachtermforKindergartenPrimaryandSecondaryTeachersbyZartArtandZartEducationService. Year7Ouryear7courseconcentratesontheartelementsandprinciples.Thisunitlinkswithourcurriculumrequirementsonshapeandform.StencillingStudentssatinourJapaneseGardenanddrewoninspirationfromnatureandtheenvironmentaroundthem.Theyweretocreateapageofimagesdesignsandsketchesthattheylatertransferredtoadesignfortheirartpiece.Studentswererequiredtomakeadetaileddrawingoftheirfinaldesignkeepingtheshapesoftheirobjectsclear.Weneededtolookattheshapeshapeseachimagemakes.EachimageshouldbemadeupofanumberofshapesallowinggapstobeleftbetweenthemRenderingwasnotarequirementandneededtobeavoidedWethentransferredtheirfinaldrawingsontocleartransparencieswithpermanentmarkers.Firmdrawingpaperorstencilpapermayalsobeused.UsingbladesStanleyknivesstudentscutbetweentheshapesleavingagoodwidthbetweenthecutoutareas.Dontleavetoonarrowastripasitmayweakenyourstencil.Thestencilwastapedintoplacewithmaskingtapeandsupportedwiththeotherhandwhilstpaintingsponging.Studentsmixedpaintskeepingthespongeorbrushesfairlydryandpaintingoverthestencilinsoftdabbingmotions.Wefoundthatspongesworkedwellinlargerareasandbrushesworkedbetterforsmallerareas.Wethentriedstencillingimagesonavarietyofcolouredbackgrounds.Year8ToneActivityOneStudentswereaskedtobringinanA4sizemagazineimageofaface.Theywerethenrequiredtomakeablackandwhitephotocopyoftheiroriginalimage.Studentsweregivenalessonontoneandcreatingdifferenttonaleffects.Studentswereaskedtolookforareasoftone.Theyneededtobreakuptheirfaceimageintofourtonalgrades.Theyneededtolookforareasoftoneandbreakthemupintoshapes.Studentscouldchooseanyfourcolourstocreatetheirtonaldrawinginaslongastheyvariedinintensity.Eg.Alightcolourwastobeusedinlighttonalareaswhereasdeepercoloursweretobeusedindarkertonalareas.Studentswerenottorendertheirimagehowevercreateflatareasofcolour.ActivityTwoStudentseitherusedalightboxtotracetheirtonaldrawingortheychosetophotocopytheirdrawing.Theresultwastobeusedasatemplate.Studentsthenchosefourpiecesofcolouredpaperofagainvariedcoloursandintensities.Studentsweretouseonepieceastheirmaincolourbackgroundcolour.ThisisgenerallythecolourwiththelargestareaThencutouttheotherthreecoloursaccordingtothetemplateandstickthemontothemainsecondaryarticleAprogramtodevelopskillsrequiredforprintmakingtechniquesfromYrs7-11ZartExtra_Term320033byLorettaConwayThomasCarrCollege 4ZartExtra_Term32003secondaryarticlecontSerigraphyisusedtocreatesilkscreenorstencilbackgrounduntiltheyhaveapapercollageofthetonaldrawing.Thisactivityteachesstudentstostyliseanimage.Theylearntolookbeyondtraditionaltonalrenderingandlookforareasofcolourpositiveandnegativespacesinadesign.Italsohelpsstudentsdevelopskillsnecessaryinprintmakingtechniqueswhicharetobeusedlaterintheirschooling.Year10TheCircusisinTownSerigraphyisoneoffourbasicprintmakingtechniquesReliefIntaglioPlanographySerigraphy.Serigraphyisusedtocreatesilkscreenorstencilprints.Theareatobeprintediscreatedasastencil.Thestenciliseitherpaintedontoorattachedtoasilkscreenandtheinkisforcedthroughthescreenwithasqueegeecreatingaprint.Artiststraditionallynumberedaneditionofprintsunderthebottomlefthandsideoftheirprint.Thenumbersarewritteninpencilandindicatetheprintnumberandeditionsize.Eg415indicatesthattheprintisthe4thprintofaneditionof15Thetitleoftheworkiswritteninpencilunderneathandinthecentreoftheprintandtheartistssignatureissignedinpencilonthebottomrighthandsideoftheprint.WelookedatartworksbyartistssuchasSeuratToulouseLautrecPicassoandstudiedtheircircusimages.Studentswerethenrequiredtocreateafourcolourdesignbasedonthecircus.Designsneededtocontaininterestingshapesandflatareasofcolour.Oncedesignswerecompletedandcolouredtheyneededtobetransferredontofourseparatetransparencies.Usingapermanentmarkertheytracedeachindividualcolourcreatingfourstencils.Registrationmarksweredrawnontothecornersofeachstencil.Thesemarkswerethentracedontotensheetsofpaperandplacedasidereadyforprinting.Materialsneededwereorganisedinksqueegeeandsilkscreen.Westartedbyprintingthelightestcolourfirst.Thetransparencystencilswereplacedoverthepaperensuringtheregistrationmarkswerewellaligned.Thesilkscreenwasfloodedbyplacinginkalongoneendofthescreenanddraggingtheinkwiththesqueegeeuntiltherewasathinfilmofinkcoveringtherequiredarea.Thescreenwasplacedoverthestencilthentheinkwasforcedthroughthescreenbyapplyingfirmpressuretothesqueegee.Thisprocesswasrepeateduntiltheeditionhadbeenprinted.Oncethefirstcolourhaddriedtheentireprocesswasrepeatedagainwiththesecondcolourthenthirdandfourthstencils.Thestudentsthencorrectlywrotetheeditiontitleandsignedthecompletedprintsforassessment.Ifsilkscreensarenotavailablecarryoutthesameprocessbutusebrushesandspongestoapplyinkinsteadofusingthescreen.FillerstencilsPaintingwithliquidscreenfillerisaneasyanddirectwayofproducingastencil.SpeedballWaterSolubleScreenFillerissuccessfulandnowavailableatZartArt.Withthisproductyoucanusewaterbasedscreenprintinginks.Adesignordrawingisworkedout.Theeasiestwaytotransferthedesignontothescreenistoplacethedesignunderneaththescreen.Themeshistransparentallowingeasyvisibilityofthedesign.Thisprocessisbasedontheprogressivebuildupofcolour.Startbypaintingwiththeliquidscreenfilleranythingthatistoremainwhite.Registrationmarksonthebackingboardareextremelyimportantforanaccurateandsuccessfuleditionofprints.Studentsmustmarktheexactplacetoaligntheirpaperforeveryprint.Thefirstcolourtoprintwillbethelightestcolour.Theareastobekeptthiscolouraretobepaintedontothescreenwithfillercreatingthesecondstencil.Studentsprogressivelyprintthecoloursrequiredandthenpaintoutusingthefillerontothescreentheareastheywanttoremainthosecolours.SpeedballWaterSolubleScreenDrawingFluidisanothersuccessfulmedium.Studentscanpaintthisdirectlyontotheirsilkscreen.Thisisappliedwheretheywanttheimagetoappear.Screenfilleristhenappliedontothescreeninaverythinlayer.WhenthescreenfillerisdrytheDrawingfluidcanbewashedawaywithwaterleavingtheareaexposedtoprint.Thisprocesscancreatebeautifulbrushstrokesandfreshfreeflowinglines.AYear12studentlastyearhasusedanumberofthetechniquesdevelopedoverthepreviousactivitiesinherUnit34screenprints.Shestartedherprocessbytakingblackandwhitephotographsoffamilymembers.Someoftheseimageswereexpressingfantasticemotionsandshowedthecharactersofthesitter.Thestudentthenenlargedherimageandlookedattheflatareasoftoneherimagecreated.astheyr8sdidintheiractivityShedrewadetailedcolourplantobeusedforhersilkscreen.Shechoseboldvibrantcoloursthatmadeeachareaoftoneadistinctshape.Herdetailedplanwasabeautifulpieceitself.Thetechniquethatthisstudentthenusedwaspaintingwithliquidscreenfillertoproduceastencil.SpeedballWaterSolubleScreenFiller.Sheprogressivelypaintedoutareasontoherscreenuntiltheimagewascomplete.Sheexperimentedwithcoloursateachstageofprinting.Shedidnotstickpurelytoheroriginalcolourscheme.Herfinalpieceisacollageofhersilkscreenimagesarrangedoveralargersurface.seefrontcover ZartExtra_Term320035AnexcitingnewgardeniscurrentlybeingdevelopedforchildrenvisitingtheRoyalBotanicGardensMelbourne.Duetoopenin2004TheIanPotterFoundationChildrensGardenwillbeaplacewherechildrenofallagesandabilitieswillbeabletoexploreanddiscoverinaninteractivehands-onenvironmentthewondersofplantsandtheirimportanceinourlives.Itwillbeaplacewherechildrencandelightinnatureanddiscoverapassionforplantsagardenthatcelebratestheimaginationandcuriosityofchildrenandfostersthecreativenatureofplay.PlantMagic2004-HaveyourstudentsworkexhibitedattheChildrensGardenExpressionsofinterestareinvitedfromVictorianschoolstoparticipateinPlantMagic2004anopportunityforchildrenscreativeresponsestogardensplantsandthenaturalworld.ChildrensresponseswillbeexhibitedorperformedeitherduringtheopeningweekoftheIanPotterFoundationChildrensGardenorinitsfirstyearofopening.PlantMagic2004willgiveVictorianchildrenthechancetoexplorethesignificanceofgardensandplantsintheirownlivesandprovidethemwiththecanvastoexpresstheirdelightsanddiscoveries.Teachersandstudentscanconsiderabroadrangeofartformsincludingstoryprosepoetrygardendesignpuppetrytheatredancemusicsongsculpturepaintingdrawingcraftorconstructionetc.Awealthofthemesandtopicsareapplicabletothetopicofplantsandgardensandcanprovidethefocusfortheprojectegminibeastsfoodwatersoilwormsenergycolourgrowthbackyardsharvestcubbiesswingsplaymudpiespicnicsmypetsbeingalonevegetablegardensbirdsseasonsandweatheretc.Theprojectencouragesteacherstoinvolvechildreninthedecision-makingprocess.ConnectingtothesensestheemotionsandtheimaginationInnatureplayinwhichallthesensesareactiveacorrespondenceoffeelingwithinthechildasymphonyofresponsestotheworldisaroused.Playistheperfectbridgebetweentheworldofnatureandtheworldofothers.SallyJenkinsonTheGeniusofPlayPlantMagic2004encouragesteacherstoprovideopportunitiesforoutdoornatureplayasinspirationfortheirartprojectsandforchildrentoexpressthemselvesthroughtheirmultipleintelligences.TeachersarealsoencouragedtoexplorefunandfantasyelementsthroughactivitiesthatalsoarousethesensesfeelingsandtheTheIanPotterFoundationChildrensGardenChildrensGardenimaginationofthechild.GetinvolvedTeacherswhowouldliketobeinvolvedcancontactChristineJoyattheRoyalBotanicGardensEducationServiceon92522454ordownloadtheteacherinformationsheetfromtheRBGwebsitewww.rbg.gov.auExpressionsofinterestneedtobelodgedwiththeRBGEducationServiceby30June2004.ProfessionalDevelopmentOnWednesday27thAugustaprofessionaldevelopmentworkshopwillbeheldattheRoyalBotanicGardens.AnneBidstrupfromZartArtwillprovideteacherswithideastogetavisualartsprojectgoingwhileRBGstaffwillimmerseteachersinaninspiringenvironmentfindingouthowtousetheoutdoorsasaninspirationtocreatingworksofartthatlinkdifferentareasofthecurriculumandlookatotherwaystogetsupportfortheirartprojects.Seeworkshopinsertforfurtherdetails.PlatoThemosteffectivekindofeducationisthatachildshouldplayamonglovelythingsTheartworkdisplayedisfromstudentsfromToolangiPrimaryschoolwhoparticipatedinworkshopsattheRoyalBotanicGardensduringtheplanningstageofTheIanPotterFoundationChildrensGarden.profile 6ZartExtra_Term32003situatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels1-7.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailonjanzartart.com.auterm2003AltonaPrimarySchoolModelMagicModelsAspendaleGardensPrimarySchoolDragonsBrunswickSWPrimarySchoolDyeAndPrintCranbourneParkPrimarySchoolMetallicOilPastelsCroydonNorthPrimarySchoolSpaceCroydonSecondaryCollegeClayModelsDoncasterGardensPrimarySchoolWireCreaturesElthamNorthPrimarySchoolFruitBowlsThechildrenwhomadetheseworksofartrangefromthreeyearstosixyearsofageareineitherouroralorsigningbilingualprograms.Aslanguageisourmainfocustheartprogramprovidesuniqueopportunitiesforfollowingdirectionstalkingaboutfeelingsandreactionsandengaginginconversation.Theseworksweremadeoveraperiodoftwoweeks.Afteraninitialgrouptimewherewelookedatphotographsandpaintingsofvariousseascapesthechildrenworkedwithpiecesofspongeandpotsofdyetocreatethewaterandsand.Theyusedthesamespongepiecesandasmallpaintpaletteofrockcolourstocreatetherocks.Theywereencouragedtoexperimentwithadabbingtechniquetoapplythepaint.Thefollowingweekthechildrenwerepresentedwithseveralpicturesofrockpoolsandwetalkedaboutwhattheymightfindinthewateroramongtherocks.Needinglotsofvisualinformationthechildrenhandledandinspectedacollectionofplasticseacreaturessharkjellyfishseastardolphinstingrayoctopussealcrabsturtleandvariousfish.Theyweregivenpiecesoftissuepaperwiththeinstructionstoteartwistcrumpleandfoldtocreateseacreaturestoaddtotheirbackground.Theeyeshelpidentifythecreationsascreatures.Itwouldseemthatthestingrayswerepopularbecausetheyrequiredminimaltwistingofthepaper.CroydonNorthPrimarySchoolThestudentsatCroydonNorthPrimarySchoolbeganwith2longpiecesofcardboardwhichtheystucktogetherwithtapesothattheywouldfoldout.Theyusedarollertopaintthecardboardblackandthenfinelyspatteredpaintoverwithmetallicpaintsusinganoldtoothbrush.Ononepieceofthecardboardchildrengluedvariousspacecraftwhichtheyhadmadeusingvarioustechniquesandmixedmedia.Ontheotherpiecetheygluedvariousplanetssunswhichtheyhadmadeusingvarioustechniquesandmixedmedia.Thestudentsfilledinthegapswithcirclescutoutofmagazinestorepresentplanetsandstarstracedandcutoutofsilverfoilpaper.PrincessElizabethJuniorSchoolforDeafChildrenzartsstudentgallerySpaceFerntreeGullyPrimarySchoolAustralianMapPeninsulaSchoolPizzaTrayMasksPrestonWestPrimarySchoolClayModelsSantaMariaCollegePrintsSkyePrimarySchoolHessianArtSpringviewPrimarySchoolUndertheseaThomastownSecondaryCollegeOpticalIllusionThomasCarrCollegeScreenPrintsWaverleyChristianCollegeDrawingspizzatraymaskspeninsulaschool ZartExtra_Term320037primaryarticleafterreadingComplexClothbyJaneDunnewoldIwantedtousesomeoftheideasinherbookwithstudents-thatisdyeingsomefabricandthenworkingonthesurfaceinavarietyofways.HelenBeresfordatextileartistwhospecializesinappliquandmachineembroiderywasassignedtoworkwithme.Ourcommonknowledgeofdyeingseemedtheperfectopportunitytocreatesomecomplextextileswithourstudents.ThetopicforthetermwasTheSeaandthiswouldprovideplentyofscopeforaddinglayerstodyedfabric.Weworkedwithtwenty-sixstudentsfromgrade56.Thepieceofworkproducedhadtoincludetheskillstechniquesandprocessesofdyeingprintingsewingandembellishing.Lesson1-DrawingadesignforalinoblockAdiscussionofthethemeandthesortsofthingsthatwouldbesuitableforadesignnotfinelinesastheywouldbedifficulttocarvetookplace.Studentshadtodevelopthreeorfourdesignssize10cmx15cm.Bookswereavailableforreferenceandinspiration.Lesson2-Carvingthelinoblock.Step1-Eachstudentchoseadesignandtheneitherdrewthatdesignontothelinoortransferreditusingcarbonpaper.Step2-Thelinowasironedonthewrongsidetomakeiteasiertocarve.Step3-Carvingtherules-alwayscarveawayfromthebodywithyourhandsteadyingthelinoatthebase.Turnyourlinoaroundasyoucarve-likepaperisturnedwhenyoucutsomethingout.Safetyissueswereemphasized-somestudentshadneverusedanironorcarvingtools.Lesson3-PreparingthefabricforthedyepotEachstudentwasgivenapieceofcalico48cmx60cm.Resistdyetechniqueswerediscussed.Examplesofdifferenttechniqueswereshownusingrubberbandsmakingspiderwebswithstringclampingwithblocksofwoodplaitingwrappingaroundapoleandthenwrappingwithstring.Experimentingwasencouraged.TAKINGTHEBAITDDyyeeananddPPrintrintBrunswickSWPrimarySchool.SueGraefe 8ZartExtra_Term32003primaryarticlecontLesson4-DyeingthefabricProcionDyeswereusedbecausetheyworkwellincoldwater.Thecolourschosenwereaquamarineblueandyellow.Wediscussedthecombinationsofbluesandyellowsdependingonwhichdyebaththefabricwentintofirst.Becauseoftimelimitsthesaltsodaashanddyeweremeasuredoutreadytobemixedintoadyebath.Fabricswereleftindyebathsfor15to20minutes.Studentsloveddyeinganddidinterestingthings-Ihadpicturedbluesandyellowstogivegreensfortheseabuttheyalsodidblueonblueanditlooksgreat.Lesson5-ExperimentingwithprintingonfabricThestudentsfoundithardtogetacleanprintsowepractisedusingChromacrylpaintmixedwithtextilemediumandPermasetink.Allsortsofresultswereachieved.Intheendwedecidedthattheycouldusethecombinationtheypreferredtoprintontheirdyedfabric.Theoptionofprintingonaseparatepieceoffabricandattachingittothedyedfabricwasaddedassomestudentsdidnotwanttotaketheriskofmessinguptheiroriginalfabric.Lessons678-PrintingandEmbellishmentofdyedfabric.AtthisstageIreadthebookOneLessFishbyKimMichelleToftandAllanSheather.Ithoughtthatperhapssomeofthestudentsmightliketotaketheprojectonestepfurther.Weofferedasmanyformsofembellishmentaswecouldthinkof-embroiderystitchesusingchenilleneedles-sharppointsbigeyessimpleoutliningofdesignsattachingfabricsusingdouble-sidedfusiblewebbingattachingbeadsandthreads.Thetextileartistwasabletodemonstrateembroiderystitchesandtalkaboutthewaysheworks.Sourcingmaterialswasalsoencouraged.Workingwithanotheradultwasenjoyableformeandmadeitpossibletoworkmorecloselywiththestudents.Theresults-surprisingSueGraefewillbeconductingaworkshoponAugust2nd2003atZartArtonDyePrint. 30metresofwiretocreatestunningcostumejewelleryincombinationwithbeadsglassembroiderythreadsorfeathersoraddtoscrapbookingcardmakingoranyotherdecorativecreations.Nospecialtoolsrequiredbendseasilycutwithscissorsorwirecutters.ThisFunWirepackincludes3differentgauges1822and24gaugewith10differentcolours.Pkt.........18.4520.30ZartExtra_Term320039ArtistsMakingFluidinanewfinepointapplicatorintroducingtheeasywaytoapplymaskingfluid.Theuniquecompositionofthemaskingfluidandtheattachmentofaspeciallydesigned0.8mmniballowsartiststoachievetotalcontrolofmaskingfluid.Idealforfinework.Each.......19.7321.70MASQUEPENREFILL30mlRefillforMasquepenEach..........12.7914.07newproductsCRAFTSMARTLIQUIDGLOSSAtwopartepoxyglossfinishonecoatofwhichisequivalentto50coatsofhandappliedvarnish..ThefinishisToughdurableandheatresistant.Canbeusedonwoodplastermarblephotographsfabricsandcrafts.2x250ml...17.1819.58CRAFTSMARTGLAZEPASTEWorkswellforallDecoupageprojectshoweverthekeytoLiquidGlossistocoverthewholesurfacewithGlazePastepriortousingLiquidGloss.250g........6.146.75CRAFTSMARTSTENCILTAPETomaskedgesofthepiecethatwillbeLiquidGlossed.20m........3.253.58SEQUINSINAJARdiamondsDiamondshapesequinsinassortedcoloursincludingpurplepinkredgoldgreenbluesilverandaqua.50gmjar7.508.25CELLOPHANEROLLCLEAR60cmwidex500metrerollofclearcelllophane.roll.........41.2545.38LeafGlassinePaperisacollectionofautumnandspringleavesprintedonsemitransparentGlassinePaper.Cutouttheleaves120individualleavesandcreatedifferentpapercrafts.Arrangeelementsoftheimagestocreatesimplemosaicsorbeautifulscenes.Displayyourcreationsongreetingcardsplacematsorbookcovers.Usethesemitransparentpapertocreatecreativelanterns.Pktof12sheets.....9.6210.58LEAFGLASSINEPAPERFFUUNNWWIIRREETIEDYECRAFTPAPERTie-dyeisaprocessinvolvingrubberbandsfabricanddyetocreateanintricatepattern.Traditionaltie-dyepatternshavebeenprintedonbothsidesofhighqualitypaperexcellentforfoldingcurlingandpapersculptingprojects.Usethepapertocreatecostumesforpaperdollsgroovyfansoruseasstunningbackgroundstoprinton.A4sheetsin16differentdesignsinbrilliantcolour.Pktof32sheets......7.928.71MASQUEPENitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldpricesincludeGST 10ZartExtra_Term32003Woolisoneofthemostversatilefibresknowntohumans.Thetextilescreatedfromthewoolofsheeprangefromthickandcoarsecarpetsandrugstotheveryfineknittedmerinosuitableforunderwearandbabygarments.Todaytherearesyntheticfibresthatmimicwoolincolourandtexturebuttheirpropertiesaresodifferentthatconsumersarealwaysawareofthedifferences.Woolhasalongandaninternationalhistoryandwasprobablythefirstfibretobewovenintoatextile.Nooneisreallysurewhenhumansstartedtousethefleeceofsheepforwool.HoweverthereisevidencetosuggestthathumanslivingduringtheStoneAgesome10000yearsagoinMesopotamiausedsheepforthreebasicneedsfoodclothingandshelter.Wildsheeparenotwoolbearingbutundertheconfinesofmansprotectionandinfluencetheyevolvedthroughexperimentalbreedinggoodfeedandtherightclimate.Interestinglyenougheventodayifsheepareneglectedthereisareturnofthelonghairandrudimentarywoolwhichisunsuitableforhumanuse.Thenextmajordevelopmentinthehistoryofwoolwaswhenhumansmadeuseofthefleecebylearningtospinandweave.EvidenceofthishasbeenfoundinthetombsandruinsofAncientEgyptAncientGreeceandBabyloninthebarrowsofearlyBritonamongtherelicsofthePeruviansandinthemidstofanarchaelologicaldigofaDanishbogwithoriginsabout1500BC.Anotherdevelopmentwastherealisationthatthesheepraisedformeatwasnotnecessarilybestsheepforwoolandinasearlyas200BCtheRomansbegantoimprovetheirflockswhichbecamethefamedSpanishMerinosheep.Woolandtheartisanswhoworkedwithitbecamehighlysoughtafterinmanypartsoftheworld.In1377theKingofEnglandEdward111stoppedtheimportofforeignwoolandwovengoods.InsteadheinvitedFlemishweaversfleeingtheSpanishinvasiontosettleinEngland.Asaresultthelocalwoolindustrythrivedandhebecameknownastheroyalwoolmerchant.TheRomanstooktheirsheeptoallthepartsoftheworldtheydaredconquer.TheNormanconquerorssentaboutahundredweaverstoItalywheretheirskillswerecopiedatoncebytheItalianweavers.ThethrivingwooltradeinSpainfundedthevoyagesofgreatexplorerslikeChristopherColumbus.ColumbusalsotooksheeptoCubaon1.Coveronelarge60mmPolyballwithSupertac.2.WrapOstrichWoolaroundtheballtocompletelycoverit.3.Repeatthiswithasmall40mmPolyball.4.Cutalengthof1.5mmArmatureWirefortheneckandlegs.Doublethelengthofwireforaddedstrength.5.InsertthewireintothePolyballstocreatetheneckandlegs.6.WrapthewirewithalengthofOstrichWoolandadherewithSupertacglue.7.Addafewsmallfeathersforthetailbeadsfortheeyesandfeltforbeak.8.PushthelegsintoaballofPlasticineandcoverwithglueandsand.9.GlueblackfeltfeetonwherethewirelegsmeetthePlasticine.ostrich1.UseaPre-cutcardboardloom.2.WrapAcrylicWoolontothecardboardloomandadheretheendswithtape.3.UsecolouredwoolssuchasSilkyFauxFurOstrichWoolorFeathersandMetallicyarntoweaveyourpatternsontoyourloom.4.Whencompletecutthethreadsonthebackoftheloomandknottogethertopreventunravelling.HISTORYOFWOOLactivitiesLookatYarnTakeaFreshMaterialsPre-cutCardboardLoomTapeWoolsYarnsFeathersSilkyFauxFurMetalicYarnMaterials60mmPolyball40mmPolyball1.5ArmatureWireOstrichWoolwovenwallhangingsmagiccarpets ZartExtra_Term3200311activitiescontSILKYFAUXFURWOOL100Nylonyarninsunsetshadesoforangedaybreakshadesofpurpleorstormshadesofredgreenpurple50gball.........4.785.2692Wool8Nylonthisfunkyandboldyarnisidealforweavingcollageandknitting.AvailableinNightPuss-shadesofpinkblueandgreen.PastelPuss-pastelpinkblueandmauveDayPuss-yellowgreenblueandpink50gball11.0412.14GLAMOURPUSSWOOLMIRAGGIOWOOLOSTRICHWOOL100polyesterwoolina50gball.Idealforweavingcollageandknitting.Approximately70mperball.Coloursavailablegoldsilverorblack70mhank.....5.926.51FEATHERWOOL100polyesterwoolina50gball.Idealforweavingcollageandknitting.Approximately65mperball.Coloursavailablepurplebluebrownpastelpinkorpastelbluegreen50gball.......3.523.8795Acrylic5AcetateIdealforweavingcollageandknitting.Approximately48mperball.AquapurpleAutumngreyorbluepurple50gball.......6.727.39Pre-notchedloomsmadeofsturdycardboard.Eachloomis10cmby15cm.Usetheloomsforeasyweavingactivities.pktof10........10.0011.00CARDBOARDWEAVINGLOOMhissecondvoyagein1493andCorteztooktheirdescendantstoMexico.IntheAmericancoloniestheBritishinitiallytriedtomonopolisethewooltradebyinsistingthecoloniespurchasedonlyBritishwool.Thisresultedinthesmugglingofafewsheepwhichmultipliedtoaboutamillionby1665.GeorgeWashingtonlaterimportedsheepandbroughtspinnersandweaversoutfromEngland.Intheearly19thcenturyMerinoswereimportedtoimprovetheexistingstock.Spinningandweavingwereestablishedinhomesandbecamesmallcottageindustries.ThefirstwoolfactorywasestablishedinAmericain1788.ThefirstsheepcametoAustraliawiththeFirstFleetin1788.WhileenroutetohisnewcountryGovernorPhilliphadobtainedthemfromtheCapeofGoodHopeandtheyweresuitableforfoodandknownasCapeFatTails.Inthelate18thcenturytheMerinobreednowafinespecimenafterabout2000yearsofbreedingwereintroducedfromSouthAfrica.SheepfarmingcontinuestobeamajorprimaryindustryinAustralia.Todaysheepcontinuetoprovideourfoodandfibreneedsjustastheyhavedoneforcenturiespast.Trythenewrangeofexcitingtexturedandcolourfulyarnsthroughthesewonderfulcreationsfrom2Dto3Dthesewoolsmaybeusedinavarietyofways.DeanneClarkwillbeconductingafulldayworkshopworkingwiththewoolsonWednesdaythe27thAugust.CheckourWebsiteorInsertformoredetails.1.KnitatriangleshapewithSilkyFauxFurthatmaybeusedtoshapethetailofthemermaid.2.UsePlasticinetomodelthebodyandheadofthemermaid.3.GluetheknittedtailtothePlasticinebodywithSupertac.4.Usemetallicfabricsmetallicyarnbeadsandwooltocompletethefinsbraandhair.BeadsmaybegluedorjustpushedintothePlasticinebodyandgluedtothewoolandfabric.mermaidlionfaceNEWWOOLSMaterialsBleachedHessianSilkyFauxFurChenilleStems20mmJoggleEyesMaterialsPlasticineSilkyfauxFurCreativeBeadsmetallicOrganzaMetallicYarn1.Drawa12cmcircleinpencilonapieceofBleachedHessian.Cuttheshapeout.2.ThreadalargeeyedneedlewithOstrichWoolandbeginstitchingusingarunningstitcharoundtheoutsideofthecircle.Keepstitching4or5circlestowardsthecentreoftheHessian.3.Tieoffthestitchingandpullupthelongthreadsofthewooltofluffitout.4.Usefeltpipecleanersandjoggleeyestocompletethefacialfeatures.5.WraplengthsofOstrichWoolaroundyourhandafewtimesandsecureitwiththreadorapipecleanerfortheears.Gluethetwoearsinplace. NewResources12ZartExtra_Term32003newresourcesblueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTSURFACESFORSTITCHGwenHedleyThisbookisfortheembroiderwhoisinterestedindevelopingnewandexcitingsurfacesforstitch.Materialssuchaspolythenepliableplasticsfibrousfilmsadhesivewebbingfoamsandpuffpaintsarecombinedwithfabricandthreadtoproduceinnovativeandinspirationalpieces.Amongstthetechniquescoveredarefusingandbondinglaminatingandlayeringmanipulatingandmouldingwithclearstep-by-stepguidelinesonover40differentsurfacesandprocessestochoosefrom.Astitchreferencesectionprovidesguidanceonthestitchingtechniquesused.144pp......45.4149.95CREATIVEWIREJEWELRYKathyPetersonWirejewellery-colouredandmetalliccombinedwithbeadsglasscrystalsandsemipreciousstonescanbecreated.Thisbookgetsbeginnersstartedonthefunandcreativeprocessofmakingwirejewellerywhileofferingexperiencedwireenthusiaststipsandtricksforimprovingtheirdesigns.Learnthebasicsofmakingjewellerycomponentscombiningvariouscoloursandgaugesofwirecreatingwirebeadsglassandmeshwithwire.112pp.......45.4149.95DRAWINGCARTOONSJohnByrneAlexHughesandJanetNunnACompleteGuidetoCartoonsCaricaturesComicsandAnimatedCartoonsAnidealintroductionforthecompletebeginneritexplainsalltheessentialaspectsclearlyandsimplyandfeaturesnotonlycartoonsbutcaricaturescomicsandanimatedcartoonsaswell.Withpracticalstep-by-stepdemonstrationsoftheessentialdrawingtechniquesaswellashelpfultipsonthevariousdrawingmedia.Clearandstraightforwardadviceoncreatingbasiccharactersandcaricaturesandportrayingexpressionsgesturesandspeech.192pp.......36.3239.95ANIMATEDCARTOONSJanetNunnThiseasytofollowguideshowsyouhowtodrawyourownanimatedcartoons.Allthebasictechniquesincludinghowtogiveyourcartooncharactersalifeoftheirownandmakethemmoveareclearlyexplainedandillustratedwithnumerousstep-by-stepdrawings.63pp........19.9521.95BookSpotlightGLORIOUSPAPERSRuthIssettThisbookexplorestheuseofcolourandeffectsonpapertocreatedesignsofinfinitevariety.Lavishlyillustratedandclearlywrittenwithstep-by-stepinstructions.ThebookincludesDifferentpapersrangingfromsilkpaperMulberrytissuepaperandwater-colourpapertocommercialwritingpaperandbrownwrappingpaper.PaintingandprintingonpaperSurfaceadditionssuchastexturegelspowdersvarnishesandwaxesMetalliceffects112pp.....40.9145.00 Term42003RegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003Zart IF2ZartExtra_Term42003TermRegisteredbyAustraliaPostPublicationNo.32768700003IfIcouldsayitinwordstherewouldbenoreasontopaint.EdwardHopperPrimaryArticleLinkingSciencewithArtPendersGrovePrimarySchoolpage3ProfileDoncasterGardensPrimarySchoolpage5ZartsStudentGalleryWhatsonandfeaturinginourGalleryforTerm4.page7SecondaryArticleInsideoutsideMullaunaSecondaryCollegepage8ActivitiesTheVisualCraftOfScrapbookingpage10LinkingSciencewithArtPendersGrovePrimarySchoolcoverZartArtSchoolWholesaleSupplierWeofferanextensiverangeofresourcesartmaterialscraftandtechnologysupplies.Youwillfindcompetitivepricesandefficientandquickservice.541LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auzartartzartart.com.auHoursMon-Fri8.30am-5.00pmSat8.30am-12.00noonZartsStudentGalleryThegalleryfeaturesartworksmadebystudentsofPreptoYear12fromallaroundVictoria.Schoolscanarrangeforstudentstovisitthegalleryanalysetheworksoftheircontemporariesandthenmakearelevantpieceoftheirownartworkinourworkshopswithanartconsultant.Thegalleryisalsoopentothepublicforviewingduringopeninghours.Mon-Fri8.30am-5.00pmSat8.30am-12.00noonForTermGallerylistingsrefertoourZartExtraandourwebsite.www.zartart.com.auZartEducationServiceZartEducationServiceprovideshandsonprofessionaldevelopmentworkshopsforprimaryandsecondaryteachersaswellasLOTEteacherskindergartenandlibrarians.VisualArtsworkshopsareregularlyheldatZartandinMelbourneMetropolitancountryVictoriainterstatelocationsanduponrequestatyourschooldistrictorKLAsgroup.PleaserefertotheWorkshopInsertasupplimenttoeveryZartExtraorrefertoourwebsitefordatesandtimes.Ph0398901867Fax0398986527www.zartart.com.auzartartzartart.com.auZartworksRetailShopZartworkshaveallyourartandcraftneedscateringforbothbeginnerandtheprofessionalartists.Youcanselectfromawiderangeofvisualartscraftandgraphicsupplies.Browseatyourleisureorseekassistancefromourexperiencedstaff.341LextonRoadBoxHillNorthVic3129Ph0398905110Fax0398986527zartartzartart.com.auzartworkszartart.com.auHoursMon-Fri9.00am-5.00pmSat9.00am-12.00noonZARTEXTRAAVisualArtspublicationproducedeachtermforKindergartenPrimaryandSecondaryTeachersbyZartArtandZartEducationService.MerryChristmasaCreativeNewYearfromallthestaffatZartArtCardboardReindeerActivityfromZESChristmas2003.SeeWorkshopInsertformoreinformationzartartinterm4laterthistermexpecttoseeour2004ZartArtCatalogue.thiscataloguewillofferyouourcompleteandcomprehensiverangeofarteducationalproducts.ExpecttoseesomewonderfulandinnovativenewproductsandresourcesalongwithsamplesmadebyprimaryandsecondarystudentsThistermZESwillholdtheChristmasworkshops.Ourthemethisyearischristmasinandaroundeuropeplusnewandexcitingtraditionalchristmasactivites.Youcanpurchasethisyearschristmasbookorobtainitfreewhenyouattendoneofourchristmasworkshops.WearenowtakingbookingsforourBACKTOBASICSprogramfor2004.duetoworkshopsbeinginhighdemandweencouragethatyoubookinearly.Pleaserefertoourwebsiteandourworkshopinsertforallup-to-dateworkshopdetailswww.zartart.com.auWorkshopsmain.htm ZartExtra_Term420033primaryarticlecontThestudentsingradesfiveandsixatPendersGrovePrimarySchoolweretostudytheecologyofpondlifeduringtermtwosoIseizedtheopportunitytocreateartfromscienceasubjectIamveryinterestedinasIhaveabackgroundinscienceandakeeninterestinart.IwasoverwhelmedwithideasforartworkbutIhadtoberealistic-IwantedtobegintheunitwithascientificinvestigationbutIonlyhadtheresourcesthatwereavailablewithinmyschool.AtfirstIthoughtofpaintingfrogsinthePointilliststylefrogsbeingacolourfulamphibianbutIwantedmorethanfrogpicturesforinspiration-Iparticularlywantedthestudentstoundertaketheroleofbothscientistandartist.Irummagedthroughourscienceequipmentandfoundanancientbutperfectlyadequateseriesofslidesofthevariousbodypartsofabeeandsomeofpondinsectswaterskatersmosquitoesetc.ThepondinsectswereratherskinnyinshapeandIwantedtousesomethingwithabeautifulform.IampassionateaboutdragonfliessoIdecidedslidesornoslidestheirroleintheecologyofpondlifewouldbethesubjectofourstudy.Iusedtheslidesofthebeesectionsunderthemicroscopeasanintroductiontothebodypartsofinsectsingeneralandthenalongwithpicturesandbooksofdragonfliesattemptedtoinspirethescientistinthestudents.IknewthiswouldworkasthestudentsatourschoolareveryresponsiveandwouldbeinterestedinapaperbagifyoupresentedittothemintherightwayLinkingScienceARTwithPendersGrovePrimarySchool 4ZartExtra_Term42003primaryarticlecontThedrawbackwashavingonlytwomicroscopesavailable.HoweverIputthewingofabeeunderonemicroscopewhichIthenconnectedtothelaptopandtheotherslidesofthebeesanatomywereviewedwiththeothermicroscope.Thestudentswereabletoviewtheslidesofpondinsectsbyholdingthemuptothelight.BecauseanystudyofthiskindrequiresdetailedobservationIregrettedthefactthatwehadnostereomicroscopes.Inanidealworldeachstudentwouldsketchdirectlyfromtheviewunderamicroscope.Thefirststepoftheartisticprocessorcomponentinvolvedthestudentsfamiliarisingthemselveswiththetopicbysketchingpartsofdragonfliesfromphotocopiedpictures.IexplainedthatdrawingawholedragonflywasawasteofprecioustimeassymmetryinnatureensuredthatonesidewouldbethesameastheotherStudentsweretoldthattheywouldbechoosingasectionofthedragonflywhichwhenviewedthroughaviewfinderwouldcreateaninterestingcontourlinedesignonpaper.Itwasimportantthattheyunderstoodtheydidnothavetochoosesomethingthattheiraudiencewouldrecogniseaspartofaninsectrathersomethingtheysawasapleasingdesignwithintheframe.Studentsweregivenacardboardviewfinderthathadtwoviewingframescutoutonesmallerthantheother.Thechoiceofviewerdependedonthesizeofthephotocopiedpicturetheychose.Studentstracedtheframeontoscrappaperorinsketchbooksandwithafinelysharpened2BorHBpencildrewadetailedcontourdrawingofwhattheysaw.Theywereaskednottoshadeorblockinasitwouldbeconfusinginthenextstage.TheywerethengivenapieceofwhiteCartridgePaperandhalfwayguidelinesweremarkedontheedgesandalsoontheedgesoftheframeintheviewfinder.ThesereferencelinesweretohelpthemenlargetheirsectiondrawingontotheCartridgePaper.IfIweretodothistopicagainIwoulddevoteasessiontoteachingthisskillbeforeIbeganthetopic.Whentheywerehappywiththeirdesigntheywentoverthelineswithblackglue.ThiswasmadefromPVAandblackpaintandwasgiventothestudentsinsmallplasticbottleswithwitcheshatapplicators.TheseareavailablefromZart.Whenthegluedriedthestudentspaintedthesectionswithfluorescentpaints.Theyhadtochoosethreeanalogouscoloursandwereallowedtomixthemandtomaketintsandshadesiftheywished.Anypaintonthegluelineswassubsequentlyhiddenwithablackmarker.Theonlyproblemwiththisisthattheglossinessofthegluewasreduced.Thebackgroundwasthenpaintedwithacontrastingcolour.Wehaveweeklyartsessionsofonehour.Thewholeprocesstookaboutsixweeks1.Studyofinsectsundermicroscopes2.Studiesofdragonfliesfromphotocopiedpicturesdrawninsketchbooks3.Frame-sizedetailedcontourdrawings4.EnlargementofdrawingsontoCartridgePaper5.Outliningdrawingswithblackglue6.Paintingwithfluorescentpaintandadditionwithblackglueoffinedetailssuchashairs. TheArtistinSchoolsprojectinTerm1atDoncasterGardensPrimarySchoolwasamajorVisualArtsprojectplannedtocomplementandenhancetheVisualArtsProgramattheschool.TheprojectwasarrangedinconsultationwithPrincipalMicheleBealVisualArtsCo-ordinatorGraceCheungandArtistLynFerrall.Itwasdecidedthattheprojectwouldencompasstheartareasofthreadsandtextiles.EachchildintheschoolhadanopportunitytocontributeinsomewaytotheplanningdesignandcreationofaChineseDragon.SkillsandtechniquesinthespecificartareawereintroducedrevisedandextendedaccordingtoeachgradespreviousexperienceintheArtroom.TheDragonmakesanimposingsightwhenonefirstenterstheschool.Itsheadwhichisapprox2metreslonghangsattheendofahigh-ceilingedcorridorintheschoolsmainbuilding.Itsbodydrapesacrosstothecorridorwallandforeightmetresalongthiswalltothetailwhichrestsagainsttheendwallofthecorridorandisafurther1metrelong.TheConstructionTheheadandtailshapesconsistoflengthsofwater-soakedbamboocutshapedandboundwithductingtape.JeanetteJenningsfromCareyGrammarwasagreathelpwithadviceonthemethodofthisconstruction.OncewehadabasicskeletalshapewesoakedpiecesofVileneinaPVAandwatermixtureandcoveredthebambooframe.Papier-machewasthenaddedtosculptandaddfinerdetailtotheshape.WiththeinvaluablehelpofamumJodiwhowaswillingtospendcountlesshourshelpinguswethenstretchedlengthsoflycrafabricacrossthisshapepinningandgluingbeforeweaddedbraidsChenilleStemsSequinsGlitterGlueandribbonsforembellishment.FeaturessuchashornsearsfangstongueeyesandeyelidswerefashionedsimilarlyfrombambooandArmatureWirebeforebeingcladinWaddingfabriclacebraidsfringeetc.Smalltubeswerebuiltintotheoriginalshapeandtheseextraswereslottedintothesetubes.Thisprocessmadethepieceeasiertohandleduringconstructioneasiertoassembleandmoremanageabletohang.TextiletechniquesThebodyisaseriesoffabriclayerseachusingspecifictextiletechniqueswhichincludefabricmarblingstencilingprintingbondingbeadandtasselmakingandstitching-includingcouchingtuftingtrapuntoandappliqu.Theunderskirtwasa10metrelongpieceofBemSilkdecoratedwithironedtransferpaintingsbythePrepswehadtheuseofanironingpress.YeartwochildrenmadeprintingblocksfromdrawingstheyhadmadeoftheChineseZodiac.BytracingthesedesignsontoPrintingFoamcuttingthemoutandgluingthemontopolystyreneblockstheymadeareusableblockwhichwasthenprintedatrandomoverthepaintedbodypieceusingDualFabricPaintandLustreMedium.ThesechildrenalsorepeatedtheirdesignsontoFusibleWebbing.WhenironedontocolouredBemthechildrencutouttheirshapesreadyforbondingtotheunderskirt.YearthreechildrenweregiventhetaskofdecoratingSilkMuslinandCottonShirtingusingavarietyoftechniqueswithProcionfabricdyes.TheywereaskedtofoldandpleattheCottonShirtingbeforeaddingthedyeswithbrushes.TheMuslinwastwistedandsecuredwithelasticbandsandtheSilkwastie-dyedusingchickpeasandelasticbands.Eachoftheseprocessesgaveitsownuniquepatternofcoloursonthefabric.Allofthesepieceswerethentornintostrips.Randompiecesofiron-onVilenewereaddedtothebackoftheBemSilktogiveweighttothepiece.AseriesofslitsweremadethroughtheBematthesepointsreadyforthenextstep.TheYearonechildrenthenwovethecolouredstripsofSilkCottonShirtingandMuslinintotheBemleavinglengthshangingfreetogiveamovingfringeeffect.Thesechildrenalsomadebeadsfromair-dryclaymakingtheholewithapieceofDowelanddecoratingwithpinsandSataySticks.ZartExtra_Term420035profilearticleDoncasterGardensdragonDoncasterGardensPrimarySchool Yearthreeandfourchildrenhadlotsoffunwithsilkmarbling.PiecesofwhiteBemSilkweremarbledusingarestrictedcolourpaletteinkeepingwiththeoveralldesignplan.Thisfabricwaslatercutintofringedpiecesforaddingtothelowerskirtofthebody.Thisisthelayerwhichhadthehandmadebeadsstrungontoit.ChildreninYearfiveandsixhadtheimportantabsorbingbutlengthytaskofstitchingandembellishingthescalesforthedragon.PolyesterSatininalimitedcolourrangewasironedontoVilenetogiveitstrengthduringthestitchingprocess.Thisfabricwasthencutintomorethan160scaleshapes.Overathree-weekperiodthechildrenwereshownbasicstitchingtechniquesincludingbackstitchrunningstitchsewingonasequincouchingforaddingGlitterStemsandotherthreadsstarstitchandblanketstitchasaninterestingborderoption.Itwasaconstantsourceofsurprisetotheteacherstoseethecreativewaysinwhichthechildrenadaptedthesestitchesanddevelopedastitchrepertoireoftheirown.TheywereofferedmachinecottonPelicanothreadsmetallicthreadsGlitterStemsawiderangeofSequinsandbeadsbuttonslacesribbonsanddecorativefabrics.Somechildrenmadecutsintotheirscalesandthreadedribbonsandfabricstripsthrough.Othersusedarunningstitchalongthelengthofaribbonorsimilaranddrewthisupintoaflowershapewhichtheysewedontotheirpieceaddingsequinsandbuttonstofurtherenhancetheirwork.Someshowedgreatpatienceinsewingsequinsandseedbeadsaroundtheentireborderoftheirscale.StringingbeadsandsewingthemintoahangingpatternwaspopularaswascouchingGlitterStemsintoavarietyofswirlsandpatterns.SomeusedFusibleWebbingtoaddaspecificdesignshapetotheirpiece.ManymanytasselsweremadefromMetallicYarnandaddedtothescaleswhichwerethenmachinedinfourrowstothetopofthedecoratedskirtpiece.Nextthespine.Thisongoingactivitywaspopularduringlunchtimeswithmanychildrenaddingtheireffortstoeachpiece.Wecutandpaintedrugcanvasintopointyspineshapes.ShortlengthsoffabricwerethenpushedintothecanvasholesusingaSatayStickandmakinganinterestingfluffytexturetothepieces.Themerevolumeofthefabricsinthecanvasheldthepiecetogetherbutwedribbledagluegunoverthebackofeachpieceforaddedstrength.ThisactivitywasagreatwaytousemanycoloursandfabricssuchasFeltMetallicOrganzasSatinsCottonsribbonsetc.Thecompletedpieceswerefulloftextureandcolourandwereagreatcontrastinthework.TheassemblingLengthsofMDFwerecutwithawavyshapeandthespinepiecesweregluedtothiswavyedge.NextwetuckedalengthofselfadhesiveVelcroontotheMDFandunderthespinepieces.ThefinishedbodyofdecoratedBemSilkwasstitchedalongthetopedgewithmatchingVelcro.OncetheMDFwasattachedtothecorridorwallitwassimplyamatterofmatchingtheVelcrotohangthebodypiece.TheshapedtopoftheMDFgavethedragonasenseofmovementalongthewall.Theheadwashungfromtheceilingwithverystrongfishinglinesandthetailwasscrewedintothewallattheotherendofthecorridor.Itwasfunworkingonthisproject.Havingotheradultscontributetheircreativeflairtimeandadvicemadethetaskateameffortandhadtheaddedadvantageofallowingmetoworkmorecloselywiththechildren.Thefinishedpiecelooksgreatandthechildrenrevelincommentingontheirhandiwork.Passingbythedragontheyseemconstantlysurprisedbysomethingnewtheyhaveseeninthework.Afterawakeningthedragonataschoolceremonytheynowhavethetaskofnamingtheirmasterpiece.LynFerrallArtistinResidence6ZartExtra_Term42003profilearticlecont situatedatzarteducationserviceisZartsStudentGallery.IntheGalleryyouwillfindsomeoutstandingvisualartworkcreatedbystudentsfromLevels1-7.Eachtermtheexhibitionischangedsoanewdisplaymaybeviewedovertheholidayssupplyingunlimitedideasforthefollowingterms.Photosmaybetakentobuildupyourownfolioofresources.Thegalleryalsogivesthestudentsexhibitingworktheopportunitytobringtheirfamiliesalongtoappreciatetheirvisualart.Wearealwaysonthelookoutforartworktobedisplayedinourgalleryfrombothprimaryandsecondarylevels.IfyouhaveanypiecesofartworkthatwouldbeofsomeinterestpleaseemailphotosofworkstoJanoneterminadvance.PleasecontactZartEducationServiceforfurtherinformationregardingthegalleryon0398901867orbyemailonjanzartart.com.auMalvernPrimarySchoolLloydStFlowersMullaunaSecondarySchoolInsideOutParkmorePrimarySchoolWireDinnerSetPendersGrovePrimarySchoolScienceAndArtSolwayPrimarySchoolClayStLeonardsCollegeOilPaintingsTinternJuniorSchoolCircusTinternvalePrimarySchoolDrawingsTrafalgarPrimarySchoolBeautifulBugsAshwoodSpecialDevelopmentSchoolSpidersBeverleyHillsPrimarySchoolModernMonaCaulfieldGrammarSchoolScarecrowsDingleyPrimarySchoolInkBlotsDoncasterGardensPrimarySchoolMasksEuroaPrimarySchoolCharcoalDrawingsKentParkPrimarySchoolHangingFishLauristonGirlsSchoolFacesLutherCollegeSlippersZartExtra_Term420037TheGrade5and6studentslinkedtheirstudyofinsectstotheelementsofartshapelinecolourandpattern.TheclasslookedatanddiscussedtheartworksofEscherontessellations.Eachstudentcreatedacardboardstencilintheshapeofaninsect.TheyexploredallpossibilitiesofplacementandoverlappedshapesbeforeusingawhitepencilonblackCoverPapertotracearoundtheirstencil.Thestudentsusedalimitedcolourrangetoaddcolourandpatterntotheirartwork.Selectivecolouringoftheinsectshapeswasanoptionsomestudentsused.WestartedwithaphotocopyofMonaLisaandtheseareourresults...InsectsTrafalgarPrimarySchoolterm2003ZartsStudentGalleryModernMonaParkmorePrimarySchoolWireDinnerSetAshwoodSpecialDevelopmentSchoolSpiders 8ZartExtra_Term42003SecondaryArticleThestudentswereaskedtorememberthattheyweretotransposethepatternsofasubjectorobjectanditssurroundingsenvironment.Task1.StudentswereaskedtodividetheA3pageintheirsketchbooksintofour.Thenwiththehelpofreferencebooksphotocopiesmagazinesandnewspaperstheywereaskedtodrawfourdifferentideaskeepingthemsimple.Thisprocessisusedtoensurethatstudentsexperimentwithandexploreavarietyofideasandimages.Task2.UsingtheideaandimagethatwasmostsuccessfulandaestheticallypleasingthestudentsthenenlargedthissketchtoA3size.Theywerethenaskedtodrawtheoutlineoftheirimageeg.atigersothatitfilledtwothirdsoftheA3sheet.Atthisstageitisimportanttokeepthelinesofthedrawinglight.Studentswerethenaskedtoincludeonlytwodistinctfeaturessuchasthetigerseyesandmouth.Task3.Studentsfilledinthebackgroundwiththesubjectspatternandtheyfilledthesubjectwiththelinesandpatternsfoundinthebackground.Task4.StudentsthenusedKoh-I-NoorBrilliantWatercolourstopaintthepicture.Thiswasverysuccessfulasthestudentshadgoodcontroloverthepaintandthecolourswereveryvibrantandmadethepictureslookverystriking.Task5.Oncethepaintingwasdryandthestudentswerehappywiththeoveralleffecttheyusedamediumblackmarkeraroundthemainoutlineandthebackgroundlines.Thenablackfinelinerwasusedaroundtheimagesinsidethesubject.Task6.StudentswerethenaskedtomountthepaintingonacontrastingpieceofCoverPaperleavinga1cmborderaroundthepainting.ThentheydoublemountedthisonapieceofblackCoverPaperleavingabigger4cmborderaroundthecontrastingCoverPaperandpainting.ThisexercisewasextremelysuccessfulandrewardingforthestudentsanditcanbeseenintheZartArtGalleryduringthisterm. ZartExtra_Term420039SecondaryarticlecontTheaimofthispaintingunitistocreateanabstractartworkbysimplyswappingthepatternsofasubjectwiththatofitssurroundingseg.Thestripesofatigerchangeplaceswiththeshapescoloursandlinesthatoccurinitsnaturalenvironment.Ifthisisdonecarefullyandimaginativelyitcanbeveryeffective.Theprojectbeganwithastudentdiscussiononpossibleimagesthatwouldbesuitableandtheimportanceofkeepingtheirideassimplewasreinforced.Animalpictureswerethemostobviousbecauseofthelargevarietyofshapescoloursandpatternsoftheanimalsandtheirnaturalhabitat.Somestudentselectedtoworkwithanimalimageshoweveralargenumberofstudentsdecidedtochoosetheirownideasandthereforeworkedwithimagesoffacescarsaeroplanesroominteriorsetc.inside-outpaintingmaterialsSheetofA4orA3Cartridgepaper2BpencilRulerEraserColouredpencilsmarkersorwatercolourpaintsweusedKohINoorDiscsBlackfinelinerandmediumblackmarkerColouredandBlackCoverPaperforthepaintingtobemountedon.Referencebooksphotocopiesmagazinesandnewspapersofvariousanimals. 10ZartExtra_Term42003ActivitiesWhatisItScrapbookingistheprocessofpresentingphotographsandmemorabiliaonapagewhichisthendecoratedtoextendandenrichtheselectedimage.Somedescriptivewritingmayaccompanythework.Theaimistokeeparecordofimportantexperiencesandevents.WhoDoesitScrapbookingcanbedonebyanyindividualofanyageagroupsuchasaninterestgrouporaschoolclassoracommunitysuchasaschoolorashoppingcentre.HowisitDoneEachscrapbookingpagehasthreeparts1.Avisualstartingpoint.Thisisusuallyaphotograph.Howeveranypieceofmemorabiliamightbeusedincludingimagesfromnewspapersinvitationsordrawings.2.Thedecoration.Thepageonwhichtheselectedimageisplacedcanbedecoratedwithanalmostunlimitedchoiceofthingssuchaspaperintheformoflinescoloursshapespatternsfoundobjectsthatrelatetotheimagestickerscraftpunchshapesetc.3.Thewrittenlanguage.Thismaybewordsphrasessentencesorparagraphs.JournalingusuallycontainstheWHOWHATWHYWHEREandWHENofeachpage.Designing.Eachscrapbookingpagewillbedifferentaseachimagewillbedifferentgivinganewstartingpointfromwhichtobegin.Howevertherearebasicelementsthatareusedinanydesignworkeglineshapecolourpatterntonetexture.Therearealsodesignprincipleswhichmakeanyworkmorepleasingegbalancemovementrepetitionemphasiscontrastandunity.Scrapbookingisaformofcollageandassuchthematerialscanbeplacedmovedaroundandreplacedbeforetheyaregluedinplace.Thisallowstimeforthedesigntodevelop.anexcursion...Thistopicispopularbecausewealltendtogoplacesbyourselveswithourfamilieswithourclassatschoolorwithaninterestgroup.Photographsofthevisitedlocationbecomethestartingpointandinthiscaseartworksmadeaftertheexcursionareincludedinthescrap-booking.ThedesignfocusisonCOLOURandTONE.MATERIALSANDPROCESS.BackgroundisA4Pasteboard.AcombinationofMetallicBlueCorrugatedCardandblueTracingPaperareusedtocovertheA4sheetofboard.Thephotographhasbeencutandspacedformoreinterest.ImagesoffishwavylinesofpatternpaperandCreativePapershapeswereaddedtothiswork.FunWirespiralsandRaffiaaddtexturetothework.Languagewasadded.AMetallicpenwasusedtoadddetailssuchasthenameofthestudentwhotookthephotographandtonametheartwork.TheVisualCraftOfSCRAPBOOKING.me...Thistopicisoneofthemostpopularforscrapbooking.Memyfamilymyfriendsmyteachers.Peopleareeasytophotographandmakegoodstartingpointsforscrapbooking.HerethedesignfocusisonREPETITIONofSHAPESandtheuseofTONEinCOLOUR.MATERIALSANDPROCESS.BackgroundisA4CoverCardThephotographicimagehasbeencutaroundtofocusonlyontheface.TonesofcolouredBeautexCobwebTracingandorCoverPaperhavebeenusedtolayerbehindtheface.Anycardorpaperofvaryingtexturesmaybeusedhere.SpeechbubblescutfromcolouredpapernamelabelscutusingPaperEdgesandFunWirespiralswithFolleyBellsaddinteresttothepage.StarshapesFoilboardStarsandCraftyStickerStarshavebeenusedforrepetitionandvariationaroundtheimage.LanguagehasbeenaddedusingarangeofwritingtoolsBlackEddingMarkersPoscaMarkersandPentelHybridMetallicPens.aboutmyself...thesea ZartExtra_Term4200311pets...AnimalsareanotherpopulartopicforscrapbookingbetheypetsanimalswildandtameanimalsfromthezoooranimalsseenonTVorinmagazines.HerethedesignfocusisonSHAPEREPETITIONandVARIATION.MATERIALSANDPROCESS.A4PasteboardisthebackgroundcoveredwithadarkcolouredEurekaPaper.Colouredstripsofpaperwereappliedinrepeatedstripsvariedinwidthincoloursfoundintheimage.ThesepaperstripshavebeentexturedusingaPaperRibbonMakerwithheartsasthesymbol.Thephotographofthedoghasbeenleftuncutandplacedinaformalpositionoverthestripsofpaper.BallshapeshavebeencutfromBeautexPapercoloursalsofoundinthephotograph.Theshapesarevariedinsizeandgluedontothepageinarandomway.SilverMetallicPenswereusedtooutlinethephotographandwriteontheballs.ABlackDrawingPengavedefinitiontothewriting.Patternsoffootprintswereaddedforinterest.Activitiescontpeoplefomothercultures...Thisisanimportantthemeinschoolstodayasweliveinamulti-culturalsocietyandtheworldisreadilyavailabletousthroughmoderntechnology.ThedesignfocushereisCOLOURandPATTERN.MATERIALSANDPROCESS.BackgroundisA4PasteboardwhichwascoveredwiththreecoloursofCobwebPaperwhichreflectthecoloursintheimage.ThephotographhasbeenleftuntrimmedandsurroundedwithMosaicSquarestorepeatthepatternontheclothinginthephotograph.Thetitleoftheworkandthepatternofrepeatedshapesalsoreflectthephotographcoloursandaremadefrompre-cutCraftFoamies.peoplefromotherculturesdanethedogNEWCreativePaperCutsPapershapesin10brightCoverPapercolours.10differentshapesinpacksof100.UseasstartingpointstodecoratewrittenworkoruseincollageandscrapbookingAustralianIconsOceanorAnimalspktof100.........8.088.88 NewResources12ZartExtra_Term42003NewResourcesblueitalicpricesdonotincludegstBoldblackpricesincludeGSTARTISTSINACTIONFromthecollectionoftheAustralianWarMemorialTheAustralianWarMemorialishometooneofAustraliasmajorartcollections.Itholdsover30000worksbymanyofAustraliasleadingartists.ThecollectionrecordsandinterpretsthehistoryofAustraliansservingtheirnationoverseas.InmanywaysitisacameohistoryofthedevelopingAustraliannationandprovidesaninsightintoitsevolvingidentity.172pp....54.5059.95SCREENPRINTINGThecompletewater-basedsystemRobertAdamandCarolRobertsonThispracticalandinspirationalresourcebookisthedefinitiveguidetowater-basedscreenprinting.Withclearstep-by-stepinstructionsand265illustrationsmostinfullcolouritexplainsanddescribesmethodsandmaterialsthatreplacetraditionaltoxicscreenprintingsystems.Itcoverseverystageoftheprintingprocessandopensupnewareasofcreativepossibilities.208pp....80.0088.00STREETGRAPHICSNEWYORKBarryDawsonInthecitythatneversleepsNewYorkssoulisondisplayaroundtheclock.NewYorkistheworldcapitalofstreetgraphics-acreativekaleidoscopeofurbanlifeintheformofsignssymbolsgraffitimuralsandadvertising.Itsinnovativeideasstylesandmediaquicklybecomeinternational.Hereisarichsourcebookfordesignersandillustrators.112pp....40.9145.00ARTEXPRESSCATALOGUE2000-2001-2002NSWBoardofStudiesOver360pagesofoutstandingdrawingpaintingphotographysculptureceramicsandotherartmediaselectedfrom3yearsofARTEXPRESSexhibitionspresentedinhighqualityfullcolourreproduction.EachartworkisannotatedwithanartistsstatementandmanyfeatureadditionalcommentarybyexhibitioncuratorsteachersparentsandHSCmarkers.Yr2000...28.1831.00Yr2001...30.0033.00Yr2002...31.8235.00SEEHERENOWTheVizardFoundationArtCollectionThisbookisaselectionof124worksof50majorAustralianartistsofthe1990sfromtheVizardArtFoundationoneofthemostsignificantprivatecollectionsinthecountrybecauseofitscurrencyandbreadthofstyles.HereonegetstoseetheverybestthatmodernAustralianArthastoofferwithlucidandexpertcommentaryoneachpainterswork.Largeformatwith128fullcolourplates.175pp.....54.5560.01TAKESILKJudithPinnellThisbookwilltakethereaderintoaworldofcolourcreativityandanexcitingnewdimensionintextileart.Thetextilestudentwilllearnhowtomaketheirownsubstratepaperusingmanydecorativetechniques.104pp...36.3239.95FASHIONARTISTDrawingTechniquestoPortfolioPresentationSandraBurkeThisbookprogressivelyguidesyouthroughkeyfashiondrawinganddesigntechniques.Startingwithbasicovalandtrianglefiguretemplatesprogressingalongthedrawingskillslearningcurvetoproducevisuallyexcitingandcreativeillustrationswhicharethendevelopedtoformdynamicpresentationboardsanddesignportfolios.175pp..45.4149.95ARTINFOCUSHilaryAnsellThisbookpresentsavarietyofexcitingphotographicopportunitiesasastimulusforartanddesign.The33themesofferacaptivatingcollectionofimagestobeusedasinspirationforcreativeartwork.AnassortmentoffascinatingandinnovativeideasandtechniquesevolvefromsubjectssuchasDoorsWindowsRooftopsMachinesFoliageFlowersReflectionsSeaweedPebblesandmanymore.72pp..31.7734.95BookSpotlight