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Each well-paced, lively DVD keeps students involved and motivated. Concepts are well presented and explained so that students can understand them, making this series ideal for classroom introduction and review. To reinforce basic concepts, masterworks are demonstrated in some of the DVDs.
Collage Methods — Gerald Brommer shows students the techniques for creating four collages, using tissue paper, construction paper, photographs, images torn from newspapers and magazines, stained papers, and paint. He demonstrates a still life, a non-objective piece made from letters, a photo montage, and more. Closed captioned. 29 minutes.
Paper Molas — Artist Peggy Flores demonstrates the art of creating molas with colored paper. Traditionally, molas are made of fabric by the Kuna people of Panama. Flores starts by drawing the subject and cutting the layers of paper. She then glues each layer of paper, allowing the previous layers of color to show through. A variety of student work is also shown. Closed captioned. 26 minutes.
Paper Weaving — Artist and educator Peggy Flores provides a brief background of weaving and then demonstrates how paper can be used to create dynamic woven designs. This engaging program also includes a variety of student weavings. 26 minutes.
Papier-Mâché Pop Art — Artist and educator Peggy Flores demonstrates the papier-mâché process as she constructs a large pop art candy sculpture in the style of Claes Oldenburg. After making a large bag from folded newspaper, she stuffs the bag with paper and seals the top. Strips of newspaper are dipped in paste and placed on the bag, which she then paints with the candy package design. A variety of student examples are also shown. Closed captioned. 21 minutes.
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