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Each of the pages of the sketch book turn independantly and have ANNOTATIONS on the other side. This covers AO2-Creative Making because she has used lots of different media and A03- Reflective recording because she has created PRIMARY SOURCE OBSERVATIONS

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The Intricate Insides of Peppers

Earlier this week I was reading through some artist blogs and found an oil painting of an inside of a pepper by Cindy Haase that I found so fascinating and decided to have my colored pencil classes try drawing this same subject. I purchased yellow, orange and green peppers in intricate shapes, cut them in half and let each person choose one (with the exception of one student who wanted to draw a whole pepper and another who chose to draw stones). The morning class drawings are in the top…