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I think this is a fabulous project for students. They did a terrific job and as I was reading through each of the pages I wish I had been part of it! I think there are many different ways this project could be used. I think it could be used as a model to have others kids use to create their own hyperstudio projects. They would have to come up with an idea or complete a final project from a thematic unit in class. With this project as a final project I think children would really learn incredibly about the subject at hand because the project is interesting and egaging and all children will like to do some parts of the project.To be specific, there are writing assignments that can be created from this project. The whole question about why is Mona Lisa smiling and having the computer change the image from the man to Mona Lisa is a fantastic motivator for a writing assigment. The students could come up with an answer or they could be detectives and come up with an hypothesis for what the answer could be. The students could also come up with their own conclusion or create their own ending to the story. With reading, the children could transfer what they have seen in art and then research with reading and the internet about Mona Lisa and the artist and maybe the artists of the time. They could also transfer the topic to history or social studies and find out about the time and where the artisit lived to get some background knowledge. Then at the end of the all of the research and the formulation of hypotheses, the students could then create a hyperstudio project to answer the questions of this particular multimedia project. Thank you, Lee Lionetti
Lee Belknap Lionetti <BDLionetti@aol.com>
Stamford, CT USA - Sunday, January 31, 1999 at 13:27:56 (EST)
Dear JFK Mona Lisa Team, Congratulations on an amazing website! The hard work that you have put into this incredible resource deserves much credit! It was suggested that I check out your site in my graduate class on "Reading and Writing Through Media" I am currently taking. I must say that your site has many many classroom applications, such as we've discussed in this class. I teach 2nd grade atGreenwich Academy (a private all-girls school in CT), and I was thinking of ways that I could use your site in my classroom. The first idea that I had was to show my students a picture of the Mona Lisa, and have them write a story about why she is smiling. Whatis the story behind that smile? They could also get their familiies and community invovled in this question, and gather as many opinions as possible. I would then have my girls check out your site, with particular emphasis on Schwartz's fascinating theory! Another idea is along the lines of the WIRED Mona Lisa contest -- to have the students produce their own version of the Mona Lisa. Or, once they are familiar with the Schwartz theory, have them draw a self-portrait in which they hide their true identities! Finally, I think it would be great to have the students truly explore all aspects of your web page, and learn as much as possible aboutLeonardo's genius. We could then put together a "Leonardo Day" using all kinds of multi-media to give visitors (parernts, other classes) amulti-sensory experience of Leonardo: His Life and Times. IN preparation for this day, I would of course have the girls create their own invitationsusing your postcard -making program! Those are just some ideas off the top of my head. I thought you might like to know what your site is capable of inspiring. Thank You! :)Faith Cinquegrana
Faith Cinquegrana <Faith_Cinquegrana@greenwichacademy.org>
Greenwich, CT USA - Sunday, January 31, 1999 at 12:55:02 (EST)
Wonderful website! I'd like to see this used as a resource for Art classes, science classes, English classes and Social Studies classes. Students not only learn about the Mona Lisa, but DaVinci's other talents. I can already imagine a writing project for students. Who was Mona Lisa...(taking into account that she may still be someone other than DaVinci)and what might have lead her to pose for DaVinci. Where did they meet, under what circumstances? Students can have fun making their own painting of a "Mona Lisa" with a different expression. By the way I have bookmarked this page and will consistently use the Complete Works of Shakespeare on-line...thank you!!!
Barbara Siciliano <email@example.com>
USA - Saturday, January 30, 1999 at 21:25:39 (EST)
Great site! Really enjoyed it! Well done!
St. Joseph, MI USA - Friday, January 29, 1999 at 15:55:29 (EST)
I got all the information i need and more i appreciate the detailed wording and i got an A+ on my project thanx again
Orange City, FL USA - Friday, January 29, 1999 at 14:13:40 (EST)
My students and I really enjoyed this site. Thank you for sharing it with us!
Cass Keen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wharton, TX USA - Friday, January 29, 1999 at 10:03:58 (EST)
I like the page and drawing.
Moulton, AL USA - Thursday, January 28, 1999 at 21:49:21 (EST)
This website is really cool!
WA USA - Thursday, January 28, 1999 at 12:50:20 (EST)
Why is Mona Lisa smiling?We think that she is smiling because when Leonardo was painting her, he was naked! She was maybe very embarassed!!!!Mona Lisa was the female side of Leonardo!!!
Emmanuelle and Juliana
Toronto, Ont Canada - Thursday, January 28, 1999 at 12:11:18 (EST)
We think that MONA LISA is not really smiling. In our opinion she was the same everyday and her face always looked the same: happy and smiley.
camila and stephanie
Toronto, Ont CANADA - Thursday, January 28, 1999 at 12:10:56 (EST)
good job with all the information it helped me with my report! Thanx!
katy, tx USA - Thursday, January 28, 1999 at 07:32:56 (EST)
Just excellent. I took the Mona Lisa Quiz, I got them all right. Another terrific idea to test your knowledge.
Titusville, FL USA - Wednesday, January 27, 1999 at 22:22:29 (EST)
I liked your web page alot if possible i would like you to mail more details about the mona lisa thank you
USA - Wednesday, January 27, 1999 at 13:18:44 (EST)
bence o donusen resim leonardo da vinci degil. bunu herkese yapabiliyorlar. ama yine de guzel bir sayfa.
istanbul, turkey - Wednesday, January 27, 1999 at 10:59:10 (EST)
VERY HELPFUL IN MY SCHOOL PROJECT--THANKS
USA - Tuesday, January 26, 1999 at 18:39:35 (EST)
Nice, especially the morfing mona lisa. Keep up the good work.Sabrientje
USA - Tuesday, January 26, 1999 at 17:35:52 (EST)
Mona Lisa and leo hav lots in common thanks for the help!
Murphy, NC USA - Tuesday, January 26, 1999 at 13:23:18 (EST)
EXCELLENT GAVE ME LOTS OF IMFOMATION.
ENGLAND - Tuesday, January 26, 1999 at 07:39:48 (EST)
USA - Monday, January 25, 1999 at 16:23:00 (EST)
I THINK THAT DR.LILLIAN SCHWARTZ IS RIGHT TO SAY THAT HE DREW HIMSELF IN A FORM OF A WOMAN. I NOTICED MYSELF THAT THE NOSE WAS A SIMMILAR FEATURE.
WALES - Monday, January 25, 1999 at 06:17:30 (EST)
It's a great place! I've always been interested in Leonardo's life, so I would appreciate any comments or information to my e-mail. Thanks a lot.
DF, DF México - Monday, January 25, 1999 at 00:06:03 (EST)
Thanks for all the info. It gave me an A on my History report.
Brookfiled, WI USA - Sunday, January 24, 1999 at 22:47:00 (EST)
I was just looking for info for a report and look what I found.
Brookfield, WI USA - Sunday, January 24, 1999 at 22:43:38 (EST)
Thanks, your info helped me alot on histery day. sorry my spelling is not perrfect
New Lonod, MO USA - Sunday, January 24, 1999 at 15:44:45 (EST)
In my art class we learned that the model Leonardo da Vinci used for the Mona Lisa was a member of a wealthy family who asked him to paint it, but da Vinci kept it afterwards because he liked it so much. It was not in any way a portrait of himself.
Sandy, UT USA - Saturday, January 23, 1999 at 18:17:00 (EST)
I don't agree.This couldn't be true according to Vasari
mandamados, HELLAS - Saturday, January 23, 1999 at 08:52:40 (EST)
Great web site!!!!! Im glad to see that someone is stillinterested in the "old tech"
Damariscotta, Me. USA - Saturday, January 23, 1999 at 00:07:02 (EST)
what an interesting subject and terrific amount of work done - thankyou
Coquitlam , BC Canada - Friday, January 22, 1999 at 23:21:30 (EST)
Hi my name is Shannon Thurn age 10. your pop Quiz about themona lisa was very
easy.At my school we are studyingabout Leonardo Da Vinci. Please write back at
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Grande Prairie, ab Canada - Friday, January 22, 1999 at 21:31:10 (EST)
As an English project, i have done a research paper on the Mona Lisa and Leonardo Devinci. This site really brought things into perspective for me. Thank you!God Bless!
Toledo area, OH USA - Friday, January 22, 1999 at 21:01:08 (EST)
On the Januray 25 1999 I will be going to the Leonrdo exibit with my grade 6/7 classe from Happy Valley Elementery school. On the 31 I will go again with my dad, I have all ready go with my mom. Well I have to go and finnish looking at the website.
Victoria, BC Canada - Friday, January 22, 1999 at 12:24:14 (EST)
Wow! There sure is lots of stuff on this website! It's taken a while to go through it all.
Victoria, B.C. Canada - Friday, January 22, 1999 at 12:22:11 (EST)
This is a cool site.
Minionappolis, Menissota USA - Friday, January 22, 1999 at 12:18:52 (EST)
this is a cool website
qwertyu, bc USA - Friday, January 22, 1999 at 12:07:15 (EST)
We like to sign this guest book! Can I speack to you in Hewiwashine? Wistriff! Meekoh Eclone Benchnuff?
Chefo, Mexico - Friday, January 22, 1999 at 12:05:58 (EST)
This is the wierdest site in the world. Sorry about that we couldn't control ourselves. We like this site!
cool Meghan and Christie
Chefo, Mexico - Friday, January 22, 1999 at 11:58:41 (EST)
varför leer Mona Lisa
bromölla, sverige - Friday, January 22, 1999 at 06:12:06 (EST)
Imagine Leonardo living today with computers etc! It's above comprehension!
Port Elizabeth , Eastern Cape Rep. of South Africa - Thursday, January 21, 1999 at 17:48:52 (EST)
It is beatuful and very interesting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Toronto, canada - Thursday, January 21, 1999 at 16:17:15 (EST)
Wonderful - great job!!!!
New Providence, NJ USA - Thursday, January 21, 1999 at 10:15:25 (EST)
Impressive, Creative, Thought Provoking, . . . Finding the right words to rate your website is a lot like determining why the Mona Lisa is smiling. It is an excellent contributionto the Internet and an impressive example of what can be accomplished via web based collaboration. Please congratulate all your students on such a fine accomplishment. It is with great pleasure that I award your website The Gadzillion Award for Creative Thought on the Internet.Take Care and Keep Thinking, Don Fowler, A Gadzillion Things To Think About
Don Fowler <email@example.com>
Sherwood Park, AB Canada - Wednesday, January 20, 1999 at 23:32:54 (EST)
The Children's Commission of Queensland was so impressed with this sitethat it has added it as a link to its own site which may be found on http://www.childcomm.qld.gov.au. Congratulations Steve Feld and the staff and students ofJ F Kennedy High School.
Paul Todhunter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Brisbane, Qld Australia - Wednesday, January 20, 1999 at 19:39:59 (EST)
thanks for the great pages.hyvää uutta vuotta!
juva, Finland - Wednesday, January 20, 1999 at 15:29:17 (EST)
The mona lisa is a great painting by leonardo da vincii!!!! Is she smiling or frowning????
Crazy and Wild
Miami , Fl USA - Wednesday, January 20, 1999 at 13:18:37 (EST)
A beautiful and professional site.
USA - Wednesday, January 20, 1999 at 13:09:46 (EST)
i love the work of Leonardo da Vinci. He is a great inspiration to the history on the European countries. I have to write about him in school. He is a interesting artist and I only wish that he was still alive today to paint some more paintings. Well I h'd love to write more but I have to get back to class. Bye.
lowell, ma USA - Wednesday, January 20, 1999 at 11:24:40 (EST)
WOW THAT WAS REALLY NEAT I HAD ALWAYS THOUGHT THAT WAS A SELF PORTRAIT.
NC USA - Tuesday, January 19, 1999 at 22:16:25 (EST)
Greetings from South Africa
johannesburg, rep south africa - Tuesday, January 19, 1999 at 01:46:20 (EST)
I think your page is wonderful. I can tell alot of time went in to the entire thing. You should be proud.Thanks for sharing it with us.
MO USA - Tuesday, January 19, 1999 at 01:01:12 (EST)
The Mona Lisa is great! I bought a copy of it at the localUniversity's Museum
of Art. I think she epitomizes the consummate Renaissance women and the traits
of purityand dignity. Great site! Thanks, John.
USA - Monday, January 18, 1999 at 18:13:08 (EST)
Glorious site! Well engineered, beautifully designed. Congratulationsto all who helped make it happen.
Langley, WA USA - Monday, January 18, 1999 at 12:54:07 (EST)
THIS WAS A VERY INTERSTING PAGE AND WAS ALSO AMUSING. IT REALLY MAKES YOU WONDER.
DONIPHAN, MO USA - Monday, January 18, 1999 at 11:42:51 (EST)
Please visit me site and tell me what you think.You have a great site, please let me know when you update it.
San Luis Rey, CA USA - Sunday, January 17, 1999 at 22:01:59 (EST)
It was interesting and different to other web sites.A good topic that made me want to know more.
Sydney, nsw Australia - Sunday, January 17, 1999 at 18:26:24 (EST)
Your Mona Lisa subject was very intreasting.
muskegon, mi USA - Sunday, January 17, 1999 at 15:38:14 (EST)
I found this extremely fascinating!
Yonkers, NY USA - Saturday, January 16, 1999 at 21:07:38 (EST)
I like how the face turns into the picture that is very interesting. Whoever figured that out must be very very smart!
Emma and Susan
Katonah, NY USA - Saturday, January 16, 1999 at 20:57:47 (EST)
Your site was very interesting. We'd never heard of Lillian Schwartz before this day. The topic about Mona Lisa and Leonardo Da Vinci looking alike was thought provoking and creative.We haven't looked at the rest of your site yet, but we hope it's a s informative and interactive.Thanks for making this available to all of us!!!!!!
Melissa, Helen and Valerie
CA USA - Friday, January 15, 1999 at 18:20:07 (EST)
This is a great site keep up the goooood work bye.hope to hear from ya all soon!!!! Our teacher assigned it as a site review and i enjoyed it alot, especially
the music and the cards that you have. The best part of this site was the
graphics on the cards, i will be back to visit your site.
Doniphan, Mo USA - Friday, January 15, 1999 at 12:07:18 (EST)
Congratulations! You've produced an informative, fun, and interesting site that is an inspiration to those of us faced with similar design and content challenges. Thanks! Peter SimmonsDeputy Director for Exhibitions, Publications and Electronic MediaMuseum of the City of New York
Peter Simmons <email@example.com>
New York, NY USA - Friday, January 15, 1999 at 09:14:11 (EST)
lillian schwartz's hypothesis gives one much to reflect on. could we then postulate that leonardo was unable to capture the serenity he wished to convey because he was unable to crete a serene environment within his studio, or because he was unable to see beyond the easel to the world around him? a wonderful puzzelment to ponder. we look forward to more visits and thought provoking investigations. thank you for the time and energy invested into this website.
new rochelle, n.y. USA - Thursday, January 14, 1999 at 20:15:18 (EST)
I found Dr. Schwartz's hypothesis fasinating and will ponder this notion. A puzzelment though is why no woman was able to capture the essence of serenity da vinci sought to capture? could it be that perhaps he was unabe to create a calm within his studio and thus turned his creative energies inward? just a postualtion. i loved the website and look forward to more puzzelments and ponderments. thank you.
new rochelle, n.y. USA - Thursday, January 14, 1999 at 20:01:07 (EST)
Dr.Schwart's hypothesis is fasinating,i need time to think and reflect on this finding. while the mona lisa is not one of my favorite painting's, the work convey's to the viewer a view of women living in 1504. could it be leonardo perhaps, but what a wonderful notion to think about.i loved the website and cannot wait to share it with my husband. thank you so much, i look forward to more puzzelments and information.
new rochelle, n.y. USA - Thursday, January 14, 1999 at 19:53:39 (EST)
We really enjoyed the morph picture of Mona Lisa and her creator. This is an interesting picture and commentary.
Coach Mahler's 7th Period Class <Randy@YKC.Com>
Ganado, Tx USA - Thursday, January 14, 1999 at 15:15:24 (EST)
Thankyou thankyou so much! Now I know I'm not the only one who does self-portraits in the opposite gender! Ha ha!
Kuwait - Thursday, January 14, 1999 at 06:16:50 (EST)
interesting...maybe it's his sister...or mother...
Richmond, bc Canada - Wednesday, January 13, 1999 at 20:29:24 (EST)
The morphed picture is amazing. It really does look as if he painted himself as a female!!
Troy, MI USA - Wednesday, January 13, 1999 at 16:24:16 (EST)
Great picture, saw it in the museum!!
Alphen aan den Rijn, Z.Holland Holland - Wednesday, January 13, 1999 at 08:04:44 (EST)
Having seen the Mona Lisa at the Louvre, I found the digitization of your fascinating. I will recommend this site to my students.
Wende Lestelle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Las Vegas, NV USA - Wednesday, January 13, 1999 at 00:56:37 (EST)
This is a very nice painting!!! I've been researching Leonardo Da Vinci for a while and this is my favorite painting of his!!!
New Westminster, b.c. Canada - Tuesday, January 12, 1999 at 23:27:14 (EST)
I just love your website. It really helped for a last minute report.
Greenville, WI USA - Tuesday, January 12, 1999 at 21:38:33 (EST)
I would like to know if who is the real mona lisa because there is three background
about her. What is the issue about her? And can you give some of your opinion
before January 14,1999? Hoping for it.Thank You and God Bless. I hope you will
still entertain some people to get there. Thank You Very Much. I appreciate it.
Until Then, Ma.
Zamboanga, PHILIPPINES - Monday, January 11, 1999 at 20:14:34 (EST)
this is a very interesting site. I am trying to help my child write a report on DaVinci. this site has been helpful.
Minneapolis, MN USA - Monday, January 11, 1999 at 18:42:23 (EST)
I loved the section on reverse writing, it is so fascinating that Leonardo actually chose to write that way.
USA - Monday, January 11, 1999 at 14:23:36 (EST)
I love da Vinci's art !!!Have nice time...
Riga, Ïatvia - Monday, January 11, 1999 at 11:55:08 (EST)
the information that u submit is world wide known. All the work that your students have put
in this site is very appreciated. I am in the Casablanca American School of Morroco.Morroca is located in
the northern part of Africa. Im in the seventh grade and I was looking
for information on the internet for my report in Mrs.Dorns social
studies class. I didnt surf through your whole site . I just visited
the Mona Lisa. I was searching for facts like , was the Mona Lisa a
portrait of Leonardo himself or was it a portrait of the wife of a
merchant . I wasnt expecting other theories.
casablanca, morroco - Sunday, January 10, 1999 at 18:54:42 (EST)
I feel that the website is very well done. If there is more to find out on Leonardo Da Vinci, I know where to go!From:Andrea
Singapore, Singapore - Sunday, January 10, 1999 at 03:21:06 (EST)
I appreciate your accepting our first Art Room Award Site of the Month award. Your site... content and design, is truly a pleasure! My students and I enjoy our visits. Best for a joyous new year...
Roanoke, VA USA - Saturday, January 09, 1999 at 20:21:47 (EST)
I LOVE LEORNADO DA VINCI,HE IS THE BEST PAINTER OR SCIENTIST IN YHE WORLD
SUBANG JAYA, SELANGOR MALAYSIA - Saturday, January 09, 1999 at 05:23:22 (EST)
cOOL, iT WAS JUST A GUESS
CANADA - Friday, January 08, 1999 at 22:28:48 (EST)
USA - Friday, January 08, 1999 at 15:12:18 (EST)
it's cool My teacher,Mrs.McDermott told us to go here. I really thought it was cool.
USA - Friday, January 08, 1999 at 15:11:13 (EST)
I am always looking for websites that show my computer operation students different ways computers can be used. I had my students visit your site and comment on how you used computer digital art to compare Mona Lisa to her artist! What would we do without computers? I agree with your theory!
Debbie Lathum <email@example.com>
Doniphan, MO USA - Friday, January 08, 1999 at 13:07:54 (EST)
Yonkers, NY USA - Thursday, January 07, 1999 at 21:23:47 (EST)
Very informative indeed. However I do not agree with the doctors theory regarding the relationship between the Mona Lisa and Leonardo Da Vinci.
Cincinnati, OH USA - Thursday, January 07, 1999 at 12:55:11 (EST)
I really enjoyed browsing through this site. I found it to be very informative and I look forward to using it in the classroom.
Carolyn Ambrey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
New City, NY USA - Thursday, January 07, 1999 at 08:55:41 (EST)
I have a report on Mona Lisa so I came here for help. Thanks.
NC USA - Wednesday, January 06, 1999 at 16:14:14 (EST)
i love his very much
quesnel, bc canada - Wednesday, January 06, 1999 at 15:43:40 (EST)
I thinik that you need some more questions
morrow, oh USA - Wednesday, January 06, 1999 at 11:04:00 (EST)
Thank you.....I am teaching 600+ students about the most famous painting. Your information is great.
vicki vance <email@example.com>
carson, wa USA - Tuesday, January 05, 1999 at 23:58:30 (EST)
MY SISTER SENT ME HERE... AND I'M LOVIN' IT!THANKS LAU. THIS IS A QUITE A WAYS FROM THE PICTURE HANGING ON THE HALLWAY WALL OF 1970"s MASSAPEQUA! YEH.
Huntington, NY USA - Tuesday, January 05, 1999 at 20:03:51 (EST)
The Mona Lisa was an insperation to my creative endeavers, so much so, that my sister Joyce and I call our group... "Sisters of The Mona Lisa". Fantastic Website I have stumbled into! Thanks.
Huntington, NY USA - Tuesday, January 05, 1999 at 19:53:18 (EST)
the mona lisa amazes me!
ladysmith, bc canada - Tuesday, January 05, 1999 at 16:55:49 (EST)
This site is an excellent resource
Lock Haven, Pa USA - Tuesday, January 05, 1999 at 14:40:25 (EST)
Need to know more about Leonardo davinci and the work he has produced
London, SE Uk - Tuesday, January 05, 1999 at 09:31:54 (EST)
You have created a very informative, visually pleasing site.Your pages will be very helpful to the many students whovisit my public library seeking information on Leonardo. Ihave linked your site to my MadLINKS page. Congratulationson your fine accomplishment!
Tampa, FL USA - Monday, January 04, 1999 at 20:43:09 (EST)
i dont think the pic was of himself at all....i think its just ironic....that is ......but i do like your page.....really interesting...
Mona Lisa (really)
Orlando, FL USA - Monday, January 04, 1999 at 15:34:46 (EST)
I found your website to be very informing. It seemed that all I needed to know about Leonardo Da Vinci, was all there. I had a great time browsing through your website. Thanks a lot. =)
New York, NY USA - Monday, January 04, 1999 at 05:16:22 (EST)
I came on this site to prove my wife wrong. Thanks, I win the bet!
chicago, il USA - Monday, January 04, 1999 at 00:21:38 (EST)
Mona Lisa is a fair woman but homily from different angles, Leonard skills are magnificant. it truly brought out the creeps in me. I was tramatized when I was a child, thanx to him.
Freehole, NJ USA - Sunday, January 03, 1999 at 17:00:27 (EST)
That picture scares me she is beautiful yet but ugly I don't know why he wanted to paint her. May be he saw the beauty in her that we could't see.
Newark, NJ USA - Sunday, January 03, 1999 at 16:54:41 (EST)
I think your site is great. I am glad to come and visit and tosign your guestbook. Good luck in the New Year and keep up the good work. You havedone a lot and will go far.
Poulsbo, WA USA - Sunday, January 03, 1999 at 03:01:32 (EST)
Neat site! I have linked it from the Rosedale Heights' Website.
Thornhill, Ont. Canada - Saturday, January 02, 1999 at 15:41:00 (EST)
I love your page! I am researching Leonardo daVinci for a report and I found some interesting facts I could use in my project! Thanks :P
(My own rendition of the Mona Lisa...heh heh)
Albany, NY USA - Saturday, January 02, 1999 at 11:45:59 (EST)
Keep up the good work!
Zagreb, HR CROATIA - Saturday, January 02, 1999 at 11:00:11 (EST)
I have often heard speculation that Leonardo was actuallya woman. Since women back then could not openly engage insuch intellectual pursuits, disguising herself as a man wasthe only practical way to protect herself from persecution. Perhaps the Mona Lisa painting was the only 'real' self-portrait that Leonardo created. The smile in the paintingmight just be a reflection of the humor that she found inthe situation.
Raleigh, NC USA - Friday, January 01, 1999 at 22:52:27 (EST)
I have been to your web site before, but I come back every so often to explore another link and see what else has been added or modified. There is so much to see at this site! I enjoyed seeing the different mailart done on the Mona Lisa image. I wonder what Leonardo would think. I also love your link to the Leonardo lesson plan and the opportunity I had to look at lesson plans in different subject areas. What a wealth of knowledge! For some reason, the links and some words on a couple of pages I saw blend together, but in any case, this is a great work you have all put together. Congratulations! I also liked seeing the team that put this together. I had not looked that link before.
NY USA - Friday, January 01, 1999 at 22:42:00 (EST)
Great stuff! Of course, as you know, I beleive that this sort of artistic stiulation in schools is of great value. Also, thanks for visiting Art school On Line. I invite you all back anytime. "Keep on keeping on".P. Roger elliottArt School On Line
P. Roger Elliott <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Belpre, Oh USA - Friday, January 01, 1999 at 10:08:36 (EST)
Thank u 4 submitting your work 2 the New Dawn's Beautiful ExperienceYour work is now posted in this months edition of BE -please review it foraccuracy. I know that this edition is a few days past due, but its here now!Although the truth is slow its not dead yet, so with the truth there is BE.Thanks we r happy u found us! Roger
Roger Prince <The9s4ever@aol.com>
Dream in Gold, USA - Sunday, November 15, 1998 at 21:43:44 (EST)
You have a very good and easy to read site.Richard RoehmDeaf@activist.com
Richard Roehm <Deaf@activist.com>
Santa Ana, CA USA - Thursday, April 16, 1998 at 11:53:39 (EDT)
Congratulations to he students of this JFK High School Web Site for winning the contest and for sharing with the wide world your enthusiastic interest in the life and times of Leonardo da Vinci. My answer to your quest: "Why is the Mona Lisa smiling" is that her smile is now a happier smile as in my book Mystery of the Mona Lisa, the truth about her portrait is finally out! RINA DE' FIRENZE, Author of MYSTERY OF THE MONA LISA.
New York, NY USA - Wednesday, December 17, 1997 at 19:10:50 (EST)