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Inspired by cubism and works of Picasso and Braque, students painted the same still life two times: one in low key colors and the other in high key colors. Cutting them into strips and weaving them created a fascinating movement of design similar to cubism. Ages 7-12.
Age 5 to grade 1 started making symmetrical line printing based on a Japanese style of print making. These were then painted symmetrically, cut in wing shapes then glued to large black butterfly wings. Keeping with the patterns of painted piece, children connected then continued the patterns onto the black using oil pastels.