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Peter Reginato: a sculptural lesson using cardboard and a slot to slot method (no glue) to have the students attach their pieces. They then painted them using bright colors and patterns being mindful of the negative and positive space. They had to be at least 20 inches tall and be able to stand on their own.

Peter Reginato: a sculpture, cardboard, slot to slot method (no glue), paint. Requirements: parts, color scheme. Plus: a class sculpture!

LOVE this blanket. Made by Lynnie from Calico & Ivy Perth @Geneive Hoppner you could do the little squares in the summer and then put it together in winter?

LOVE this blanket. Made by Lynnie from Calico & Ivy Perth Hoppner you could do the little squares in the summer and then put it together in winter?

Untitled 2011 (Artist?)  Could interpret for a black/white portrait drawing with beginners... contour plus pattern... love the close up... glue on black paper background/border

line portrait ex Untitled 2011 (Artist?) Could interpret for a black/white portrait drawing with beginners. contour plus pattern. love the close up. glue on black paper background/border

Lithograph by Elizabeth Catlett (1915-2012), 1944, Mother and Child

Mother and Child, 1944 Elizabeth Catlett (Mexican, born United States, Lithograph Best known for her wood and stone sculptures abstracting archetypal figures of African American women, she has also been a prolific printmaker throughout her long career.

Elizabeth Catlett ~ My right is a future of equality with other Americans (from the series I am the Black woman), 1947 (linocut)

Elizabeth Catlett, "My right is a future of equality with other Americans," 1947 (printed from the series I am the Black woman. Two-color linoleum cut