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William’s Analogous Cat

William's Analogous Cat

William’s Analogous Cat

Third graders look closely at Laurel Burch’s cat paintings and use an oil pastel resist process to interpret a cat of their own.  Next, color theory is studied, and they choose a color scheme for their painting.  William did a great job of using red, orange and yellow to demonstrate his mastery of the color, and wet-in-wet technique to show he could rock the watercolor.

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  1. What a lovely painting! I like how kids are so full of imagination.

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