It's the monster looking at the girl and himself in the mirror, and the girl is looking at him in her mouth (from the monster's point of view).
We just received a donation of oil paints. this is Graci's first attempt at using oil paints. This is still a work in progress.
Drew wanted to give silk screening a go.
Each Tuesday we offer a demo of a new technique. student's have the option of participating if they are interested. this week's Tech Tuesday was tie dying.
As part of his senior project, Jacob wanted to create a 3D print of a rib cage. here, he is using Tinkercad to for the pieces. next, we will 3D print the model on the Makerbot printer.
Pen and Ink, charcoal, oil paint
Art of South B
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