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O-riginal Art Activities: Marbled Print Inspired by Arlington Weithers

Español abajo Create a marbled print using shaving cream! Arlington Weithers, Throop Street Series: Thalos Script, 1999, Acrylic polymer emulsion with dry pigment Arlington Weithers is a painter who was born in Guyana in 1948. After studying art in Georgetown, the capital of Guyana, Weithers moved to the United States, and served as the artist-in-residence…

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Ogden Museum Online Lessons For the Classroom: Throop Street Series: Thalos Script | Arlington Weithers

Español abajo Students will create an abstracted painting using white glue or wood glue and any acrylic or tempera paints around the house to create a moody and cracked surface composition. The focus is to create a mood using color and tones in the painting. This project flies by in no time, so you may…

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