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Last Friday the students looked at several examples of non-objective art and then painted some beautiful artworks of their own. After the paintings were dry we added more detail using black paint and spray bottles of white paint. This week we started by cutting our paintings into squares and then put them back together randomly. Some students were a little nervous about having their paintings cut-up, but we all loved the results when they were finished.

This art lesson came from another great blog that Mrs. Watson follows, mrspicasso’s art room.

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