How I missed the first installment of this, I don't know. I know I'm on your list.
I teach art to adults one night a week and what I have used of your summer series, has livened up the students quite a bit.
The students don't paint like the artists in your summer series and feel free to critque the work, in the meantime, learning more about their own.
Thank you very much for your generosity. I've told class that the lessons are from a phantom professor, but being in Mass, I couldn't tell them your firt name is "Republican". LOL!
Yes, I did get a chuckle from that. But the less they know about my politics, the better. I'm glad the series started some debate. Do you show them the images on line, or print it out, or show your own slides? I'm always interested in technology.
The first one in this new series is: Art Appreciation/Education series II class #1: Greco-Roman Realism and Early Christian Abstraction http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/1498966/posts.
It is "clickable" on my home page, but I can't quite deal with all that HTML here.