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  1. Pat Carney
    June 13, 2014 @ 8:45 am

    What I found particularly wonderful about this project is the concentration away from the outer appearance to bring in the unseen parts that make us persons. The pleasure in this seems to me apparent in the realized portraits. Mediating judgements with substance!

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    • Kate Burdett
      January 7, 2016 @ 5:29 pm

      Hello Pat Carney in Wiltshire? I’m Mary Wood’s daughter, have been lost but now found out by Facebook ! I was interested in the ways the artist/teacher would address this very issue with such young children. The assumption is that a very young child has little “explicit” ability to convey what is implicit in who they are, but this is a sensitive and thoughtful exercise and surely a useful skill to encourage for life in these times obsessed with body image. A good project

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  2. Fun with Photography – Day 2 | childrensartschool.org
    February 28, 2015 @ 1:00 pm

    […] children were also busy thinking about character and pose. These activities were developed by Sabrina Smith-Noble with inspiration from Anna Linch’s resource for Access Art Putting You in the […]

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