Don’t cry over spilled paint

Let gravity do the work - Pendulum painting I remember playing with those plastic disks with the pencil holes in them. How precise and careful you had to be to exert the perfect amount of pressure to keep the cogs of the spirograph from skipping. Spirograph, drip, pendulum, pour...  I've been trying to tie this type... Continue Reading →

Would you like fries with that?

Texture, balance and variety were elements students concentrated on as they created this collage of a big sandwich! You may want to refer to Claes Oldenburg and go for a Pop Art theme on this lesson. Here is a link to some other Food artists, both modern and classic. You need: half a piece of... Continue Reading →

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Learn from the past, and preserve the future of education in and out of the museum.

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Art 261: Survey in Art History II

Early Renaissance to Post WWII Modernism

Class Blog for Art 260 Summer Session II 2020

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savoring life one bite at a time