The Home School Court Report
VOLUME XXI, NUMBER 1
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January / February 2005


FEATURES
State Legislation Summary—2004
2004 art contest

Our Judges

Winners of the three categories
PHC beats Oxford in debate
GenJ: Into the land

What are Generation Joshua & HSLDA PAC?

Sodrel: One very tight race . . .

Davis: In a dead heat

DEPARTMENTS
From the heart

2004 in review

From the director

Impact of the fund

Mission statement of HSF
Across the states
Active cases
Members only
About campus
President's page

ET AL.

On the other hand: a Contrario Sensu

HSLDA social services contact policy/A plethora of forms

HSLDA legal inquiries

Prayer & Praise


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Our Judges
Click Here to view the Winners of the three categories

Timothy J. Chambers is a nationally renowned portrait painter whose commissions hang in private and corporate collections across the U.S. He teaches out of his studio in northern Virginia and conducts workshops nationally. You can view his paintings and teaching info at http://www.timothychambers.com.

Drew Chambers is an aspiring artist and critic. He has been under the tutelage of his father, portraitist Tim Chambers, since he first started creating. Drew has a good eye for color and drawing and is often invited to critique his father's portrait commissions.

HSLDA's webmaster and art contest coordinator Andrew Hawes lives with his wife and two children in Winchester, Virginia. Andrew has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Youngstown State University and has taught computer graphics at the college level.

Residing in Purcellville, Virginia, with her husband and their two sons, Teresa Jardines is Art Director of Open Source Publishing, Inc., and a stay-at-home mom involved in several personal artistic endeavors. Teresa has taught drawing at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, worked in exhibit design and installation at the Art Institute of Boston, and taught at the elementary and high school levels.

Portrait artist Patty McMahon Rice makes her home in Fauquier County, Virginia, with her husband and their six children. For 10 years Rice has taught art to hundreds of students. She has studied at Northern Virginia Community College, the Art Students League in Alexandria, the Corcoran School of Art, and Daniel Greene Workshops in New York. Rice is a member of the Portrait Society of America and the Piedmont Art League.