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Old 03-11-2009, 07:26 PM   #7
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Yes, I knew Mr. Crimmins, he was my teacher at Moore College of Art my freshman year. (1972) I am now a teacher and employ many of the teaching strategies that he used thirty seven years ago, they still work! Classical music in the morning, and contemporary in the afternoon. The volume was just so that you could hear it, if you were quiet and working. Twenty boxed sketches a day in your sketchbook, drawn with a rapidograph, black ink, were turned in weekly. He was strict but fair, very interesting to listen to and taught me the foundations of drawing that I still use today. He was one of my best and memorable teachers at Moore.
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