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Rachel Weaver 1h
Always sleep on it before you throw it out. Yesterday I HATED these birds as I drew them. Today I'm glad I didn't throw them away. Always wait to see. Always.
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Alison Benincase Apr 14
Sharing ideas and answering probing questions with the gallery walk discussion technique. Loved the variety of answers and differing opinions!
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Abby Garrett May 5
: Never let anyone commissioning art, no matter how high profile they are, get away with always paying late, abusing contract, demanding way more than they’re willing to pay for, or using their status to con you into a “for exposure” gig. Ever. It’s wrong🎨
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New Art Center Jul 16
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Mrs Brown • Art ® 🎨 Jan 29
We got right into our collage/pattern mugs today and I decided to make the artist connections to both Romero Britto and Henri Matisse! This week we focused on the collage# portion, and next week second graders will use black sharpie to add patterns and textures!
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E Jun 27
Accurate 😬🤣🤣 You gonna get this
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Chris Gadbury Jun 12
Integrating Art and Maths. 6 year olds create their own flowers using my simple template and then put them all together like a puzzle.
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Ruslan Apr 6
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mrs. lopez taylor May 16
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Rachel Moore Jun 4
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Parsley Pie Art Club For Children Jun 12
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Martha Shea Smith Dec 30
This is an re: color gradation of the sky.
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TurkVanGogh May 6
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mrs. lopez taylor May 17
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sandra silberzweig May 2
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osundiya oladoyin Jul 13
Beautiful landscape experiment💯💗💗 Happy weekend people ✌✌ ° ° ° @ Akute-Ajuwon
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Art with Suzanne Jul 15
A new video is up on my YT channel. How to Paint Loose Florals in Watercolors.
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Doodles Academy Jul 12
In 17th & 18th c. Germany, breaking a social rule (gossiping, lying, etc.) meant you would have to wear a 'shame mask' that represented the broken rule. E.g., a giant pig nose indicated the person was “dirty.” available here:
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Kremena Dimitrova Jul 12
Venice drawings in progress/ which will be turned into mixed media paintings / private art class . For private art and design classes, contact me on:
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paperdemon Jul 11
Want to learn about how to use tonal shapes to improve your art and painting? Check out today's Livestream replay
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